New Leadership at Québec Chapter of AmCham Canada

Thursday, June 4, 2015

The Québec Chapter Council of The American Chamber of Commerce in Canada has elected Julie Lessard and John C. Dunn as co-chairs of  the council, replacing Tom Creary, the outgoing chair who will remain on the Council.

Julie Lessard is a Partner at BCF Business Law in Montréal and heads up the Business Immigration Strategic Team at BCF. John C. Dunn is President of Dunn Consulting Services Inc., a firm specializing in tourism and hospitality management.

Tom Creary, the outgoing chair and founder of the Québec chapter of AmCham, said "I am extremely pleased to have these quality people take over the reins of the Chapter. They have a great deal of experience in cross-border business and related issues and they and I look forward to continuing to promote productive cross-border business relationships and practices in conjunction with our various Québec-based partners."

John Dunn, incoming co-chair, said "AmCham Quebec would like to thank Tom Creary for his ten years of service to the organization as Chapter Chair. Tom has been an outspoken supporter of AmCham’s mission and growth both in Quebec and in Canada. Tom will remain on the governing council of the Quebec Chapter.

The American Chamber of Commerce in Canada, the premier organization in Canada dedicated to the U.S.-Canada business and economic relationship and affiliated with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, is headquartered in Toronto with seven chapters across the country - Halifax, Québec (Montréal), the GTA (Toronto and Halton-Peel), the National Capital Region (Ottawa), Calgary and Vancouver.