Black Engineers of Canada Speakers’ Series – Mr. Meiz Majdoub jr .
Black Engineers of Canada is proud to present an interactive presentation by a senior member of the Canadian Armed Forces, Meiz Majdoub jr.
Black Engineers of Canada (BEC) presents a unique opportunity for engineers. In this interactive presentation, Mr. Meiz Majdoub will present and discuss his legacy vision for the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF).
This is a unique presentation as attendees can ask questions and learn what it is really like to be an engineer in the CAF.
Additionally, attendees can submit their CV/resume if they find themselves engaged and intrigued by the CAF opportunity.
About the Speaker:
Meiz Majdoub jr is senior engineering officer in the Royal Canadian Navy. He holds a B.Eng in Computer Engineering from RMC, an M.Sc. in Systems Engineering from Cranfield, UK, a Masters in Defence Studies from RMC and a Masters Certificate in Project Management from U Vic. Meiz has founded the Navy’s Technology Management program as well as the Northern Crucible Society (NorthCru), a federally incorporated non-profit organization aimed at connecting technology firms with underrepresented groups. Meiz is an advocate of visible minorities in STEM and has repeatedly been invited to speak as a keynote or panellist on the topics of diversity and inclusion. Noteworthy conferences include the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers and Elevate International.
Currently, Meiz is Commanding Officer of the Pacific Training Development Unit. His role is akin to the Ministry of Education for all naval technical and officer trades, a position ideally suited to advocates for underrepresented groups in STEM.