Surety Association of Canada promotes Clark-Koufis Promoted to vice-president, operations

Ontario Construction News staff writer

Sharon Clark-Koufis has been promoted to the newly created role of vice-president, operations at the Surety Association of Canada (SAC).

In a statement, the association says Clark-Koufis started out as manager and then director of operations, membership and stakeholder services.

“Ms. Clark-Koufis has become the go-to resource for members, staff and other stakeholders for all matters related to surety and the association,” the statement says. “Her experience and attention to detail has made her an invaluable part of the SAC team.

Previously, Clark-Koufis served in various roles in both the corporate and non-profit sectors, bringing more than 30 years of experience in client and member relations, corporate communications, marketing/brand development, event planning and management, as well as operations input and oversight.

“This appointment reflects Sharon’s value to the association and the surety industry. It recognizes not only her diverse skill set, but her professionalism and ‘can do’ attitude as she oversees the day-to-day operations of the association”, said Steven D. Ness, SAC’s president and chief operating officer.

In this new role, Clark-Koufis will continue to provide operational support to Ness, as well she will continue to engage in advocacy initiatives; manage the association’s member programs and services, including the Associateship of Canadian Surety Bonding Designation Program (ACSB) and the French version of the program, le programme des associés en cautionnement canadien (PACC); as well, she will continue to hold the responsibility for event planning and management including the association’s pinnacle event of the year, SAC’s Annual General Meeting and Conference.

In addition, Clark-Koufis will lend her support for the delivery of the association’s 2023-2027 Strategic Plan.


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