SINC invites you to the upcoming CAMSS Ontario Executive Dinner on May 16th, 2019 at Lee Restaurant located at 601 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1M5.
The goal of the dinner will be to foster great relationships among new peers in the Toronto IT community, all while enjoying education, open discussion on progressing IT strategy and delicious food and wine.
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Arrival (Cocktails and networking)
Moderated by: Matt Alofs, Practice Group Lead – Infrastructure, New Signature
Introduction (10 minutes)
The peer executive will engage the audience for brief introductions and discuss the format and key take aways from the guided interactive conversation and dinner discussion.
Dinner service by Lee Restaurant
Matt Alofs, Practice Group Lead – Infrastructure, New Signature
Matt leads a service delivery team focused on infrastructure optimization, unified communications, and identify management solutions for clients of all sizes. Matt also serves as a Microsoft VTSP, providing deep technical expertise on Microsoft solutions and acting as a technical evangelist for organizations seeking to get the most value from their IT portfolio. Prior to coming to New Signature, Matt worked at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology where he helped interdisciplinary research teams leverage technology to achieve their research goals. Matt graduated with honors from the University of Missouri at Columbia with a degree in English. He holds advanced technical certifications from both Comp TIA and Microsoft.
Lauded as one of the “Ten Chefs of the Millennium” by Food & Wine magazine, Susur Lee is resolved to stay at the top of his game. The multi-award-winning chef and pioneer of Asian fusion seems to be constantly in motion, helming three restaurants in Toronto (Lee, Lee Kitchen and the newly opened Kid Lee), monitoring his prestigious TungLok Heen property, making television appearances and traveling the world as guest chef and consultant.
Currently, the fêted international chef with the impish grin and glossy Ninja bun is commandeering the kitchen arena on Iron Chef Canada, where he competes head-to-head with notable rival chefs from across the country. Lee is a familiar presence on the Food Network: after stints on Iron Chef America, he became a media sensation on Top Chef Masters, where he vanquished 20 upstart rivals and received the highest judging marks in the show’s history. Viewers can bet that the masterful Kitchen Ninja is already sharpening his reflexes and legendary knife skills, readying for battle on the small screen. There will be skirmishes, and possibly truffles!