Ms Bonnie Butlin
Co-founder: global security partner’s forum (UK)
Bonnie is Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Security Partners’ Forum (SPF), the first-of-its-kind agile international network of security professionals, bridging all domains and disciplines of security. Bonnie also currently serves as part of the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network in Cybersecurity.
Since 2013 Bonnie has received 20 international and national-level awards, accolades and honours related to leadership, security and resilience including the prestigious “Women of the Decade” Award presented at the Women Economic Forum in 2018, as well as the A.D. Dunton Award of Distinction, Carleton University’s highest alumni honour.
Bonnie also currently sits on a variety of committees, working groups and editorial boards, such as the Cybersecurity Journal (Henry Stuart Publications), and the Journal of Strategic Risk Management (Institute of Strategic Risk Management).
Bonnie’s educational achievements include a Master’s Degree in International Affairs from Carleton University; a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Calgary; a Graduate Certificate in Corporate Security Executive Leadership from the Burrill Green Business School (UK); and a certificate in Strategic Planning & Leadership for security at the University of Georgetown (in partnership with the International Security Management Association).