CSA welcomes new National Coordinator
- Category: News Archives
- Published: Tuesday, 26 February 2013 02:55
- Written by Lisa Wilder
In March, Andrew Harding will be taking over as National Coordinator of the Canadian Stuttering Association. He brings a fresh new perspective to the organization and the CSA Board looks forward to working with him. Andrew introduces himself here:
My background is in journalism and communications. I have specialized in not for profit organizations where I have managed communication projects, both in Australia and the UK. Most recently I specialized in health writing in the area of chronic disease management. My achievements in small to medium organizations with large remits are based on making big strategic ideas work on a small scale. What I hope to achieve as national coordinator and board chair is to revitalize CSA with professional project management and governance systems that will enable CSA to grow from a stonger base.
Personally, my life has been changed through self-help groups and taking on new challenges, including twice moving to new countries. In 2010 I settled in Toronto with my family to raise our two boys, and re-establish my career in communications and not for profit management.