Massimo Bergamini is an accomplished, results-oriented association executive with more than 30 years of government and intergovernmental relations, research, policy and public affairs experience.
A transparent and genuine leader focused on engagement, consensus and collaborative problem solving, Massimo promotes inclusion, personal growth, innovation and continuous improvement within his teams.
In a multifaceted career spanning four decades, he has worked on both sides of the government relations table as special assistant to an opposition MP; policy advisor, press secretary and director of communications to two federal cabinet ministers; and in senior government relations roles in public, non-profit and private sector organizations.
Massimo has achieved an enviable record of success on behalf of many respected organizations. Serving on the senior leadership teams of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM), the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA), Canada’s Accredited Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA) and the National Airlines Council of Canada (NACC) he helped transform these organizations into sector-leading players with the administrative foundations and the reputational and social capital necessary to affect change.
Prior to joining LMIC, Massimo served as interim CEO of the Canadian Museums Association (CMA).
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LMI Insights Report no. 17, Finding Their Path: What Youth Not In Employment, Education or Training (NEET) Want
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LMI Insights Report no. 16, Bridging the Gap between Skills and Occupations: A Concept Note to Identify the Skills Associated with NOC
LMIC, Employment and Social Development Canada and Statistics Canada are working together to leverage a new, evergreen Skills and Competency Taxonomy and exploring options to map it to occupations.