Meredith Low is a highly experienced management consultant, focusing on helping organizations and companies understand how, when, and where to grow in the context of fast-changing environments. Her career spans engagements with small to large companies (including the Fortune 500), professional associations and other not-for-profits, and government.
Recent consulting projects include clients in health care, natural resources, skilled trades, planning, financial services, education, risk management, and others.
Meredith holds an MBA from the Rotman School of Management, and a BA with High Honours in political science and history from Carleton University in Ottawa. She has worked in North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Meredith has served on the Board and as a senior volunteer for Crossroads International, the United Way of Greater Toronto, Orde Daycare, and Rotman Nexus Consulting. She is a member of the Canadian Society of Association Executives, the American Society of Association Executives, and the Professional Convention Management Association. Meredith speaks fluent French, minimal Indonesian and Spanish.
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October 26, 2016: The Strategically Skilled Association at the CSAE National Conference, Toronto, Ontario.
February 5, 2016: Getting Down to Reality: Turning High-Level Strategies Into Something You Can Actually Accomplish at the CSAE Trillium Winter Summit, Burlington, Ontario.
December 8th, 2015 – Strategy: Stop Talking, Start Doing, for the Ottawa-Gatineau chapter of the Canadian Society of Association Executives, Ottawa.
July 23-24, 2015 – Strategy Fast and Slow, a conversation with two association leaders with distinctive approaches to organizational change, at the Engaging Associations Forum, Ottawa.
April 8, 2015 – From Strategic Planning to Implementation, for the CEO Roundtable, a meeting of leaders of specialty physicians’ organizations, Ottawa.
September 23, 2014 – Making Membership Meaningful, for the Canadian Construction Association Chief Operating Officers’ Conference, Mont Tremblant.
August 1, 2014 – Hiding In Plain Sight: Ensuring Conferences Get the Attention They Deserve to Deliver Maximum Value for the Association for the National Council of Forestry Association Executives Conference, The Art of Association Management, Halifax.
July 24-25, 2014 – Be Strategic About Your Strategic Planning, for the Greenfield Services Engaging Association Summit, Ottawa.
CSAE Trillium Chapter 2014 Winter Summit – Who are you up against? How to analyze and understand your competition – for members, sponsors, delegates, attention, and anything else of value; in London, ON.
CSAE National Conference – presenting Hiding In Plain Sight: Ensuring Conferences Get the Attention They Deserve to Deliver Maximum Value for the Association and moderating the panel discussion Blurring the boundaries – Member Engagement and Non- Member Marketing (or is it the other way around?); in Winnipeg, 2013.
CSAE Trillium Chapter Summer Summit – two sessions: Do You Have a Strategy or Just a Strategic Plan?; and Hiding In Plain Sight: Ensuring Conferences Get the Attention They Deserve to Deliver Maximum Value for the Association, 2013.
Be Strategic About Your Strategic Planning, for ARMA International Canada Conference, Saskatoon, 2013.
Be Strategic About Your Strategic Planning, for the CSAE Manitoba Chapter, Winnipeg, 2013.