2024 ASET Annual General Meeting

20 Apr. 2024


Both ASET and the technology profession have made great strides this year in advancing the mission to protect the public as effectively as possible. That progress is all thanks to you, our members. Technology professionals across Alberta have shown tenacity, grit and character in dealing with the challenges thrown their way. That exceptional dedication deserves a celebration, and the AGM is a fantastic opportunity to do that. Together we can toast our accomplishments, and look ahead to future activity and plans for growth.

Leading up to the AGM on Saturday, 20 April, we have a variety of presentations and networking opportunities to offer. The schedule is as follows:

Friday, 19 April 2024

 9:00 — 3:00 p.m.  Events Registration
 5:00 — 6:00 p.m.  President’s Welcome Reception
 6:00 — 10:30 p.m.  ASET Awards & Volunteer Appreciation Dinner* 

*Dress code is black tie - dark suit or tuxedo; no jeans please.

Saturday, 20 April 2024

 9:00 — 10:00 a.m.  Registration & Breakfast                                                       

 10:00 — 12:00 p.m.
 (end time is approximate)

 Annual General Meeting
 Immediately following
 the conclusion of the AGM
 Closing AGM Luncheon 

Based on Availability:  
UPDATE (8 March 2024): Please note the hotel room block at the Fairmont Banff Springs is now SOLD OUT.

All events are held at the Fairmont Banff Springs in Banff, AB at 405 Spray Ave

Click here to access all the documents related to the 2024 ASET AGM

If you any questions related to the 2024 ASET AGM, please contact Alison Carter, Manager, Events

Keynote speaker (UPDATED): Tim Tamashiro

Tim Tamashiro is the author of the non-fiction book How To Ikigai published by Mango Media. He’s a speaker, singer and seeker of wonder. For a decade Tim was the host of the nightly national jazz radio program Tonic on CBC Radio 2. He departed from CBC to study positive psychology and Ikigai (life’s worth) with a year long “Ikigap year.” Tim has learned that his own Ikigai is “to delight.” He now offers keynotes, workshops and music performances to demonstrate how Ikigai is a powerful way to add more joy into the work of each day.

More about Ikigai:

Ikigai is life’s purpose in four simple directions:

  1. Do what you love.
  2. Do what you’re good at.
  3. Do what the world needs.
  4. Do what you can be rewarded for.


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