Thanks for your interest in covering the HRPA2020 Annual Conference and Trade Show!

To apply for media credentials, simply fill out the following online application form. If you are a freelance journalist or photographer, we will ask that you provide details on the media outlet(s) you’ve written for previously and who you are planning to cover the event for.

Please note: media credentials are limited and will not be considered for the following: Analysts, Market Researchers, Marketing/Advertising firms, Brand Content Producers, Consultants, Media Coaches, Educators, Filmmakers, etc.

To be considered, please ensure all requested information is provided. Media Accreditation closes January 20th, 2020.

Media Contact: Chris Clarke, Corporate Communications Specialist, CClarke@hrpa.ca

Media inquiries and interview requests can be directed to:  MaryBeth McKenzie, Director, Public Relations and Communications MMcKenzie@hrpa.ca



HRPA2020 Media Release

Leading Influencer Yassmin Abdel-Magied announced as Keynote Speaker at HRPA2020: Canada’s largest HR Conference and Tradeshow in Toronto

HRPA2020 Keynote Images

Conference Schedule

Recent News on Keynotes

Get the latest news on our 2020 keynote speakers – explore news clips, podcasts, TV segments and more from our Keynotes in the News section

HRPA CEO Profile

Louise Taylor Green is Chief Executive Officer of the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA), the regulatory association for the HR profession in Ontario with 27 chapters and over 23,000 members.

Louise is one of those rare Chief Human Resources Officers who has transitioned in and out of HR and into running a line of business. In fact, she’s done this several times in multi-billion dollar corporations in aviation, financial services, property & casualty insurance and healthcare.

Over the course of her career, Louise has held an unwavering belief that an organization’s talent is the key to unlocking organizational performance. By advocating for a talent-first agenda, she believes that the HR leadership must assume responsibility as the architect of optimal organizational effectiveness through intentional culture design, a dynamic HR operating model and an HR team that have real skin-in-the-game for their clients success. She believes that HR has never been more influential than they are right now in the corporation’s success but also in the lives of the organization’s leaders and employees and broader stakeholders.

Louise is a certified HR professional (CHRP, CHRL, CHRE), an ICF certified coach (PCC), a certified management consultant with CMC Canada, an accredited director with ICD (ICD.D).