60 Seconds with RAdm Luc Cassivi, Co-champion for Gender and Diversity for Operations
Off screen: Any time you’re ready.
RAdm Luc Cassivi: Okay, I was waiting for ‘action’. Maybe it’s a cliché…
Off screen: I can call ‘action’ if you want.
RAdm Luc Cassivi: It’s a cliché, but there you go. No, I’ll pause to three and then we’ll go.
Good day, I’m Rear-Admiral Luc Cassivi, I’m the Champion for Gender and Diversity for Operations for the Canadian Armed Forces and I’m here to take the ’60 Second Challenge’.
- What are you always late for?
Nothing, but I hope I’m late for my funeral.
- If you were a police officer for one day, what would you do with the authority?
Make my neighborhood safe.
- If you had the Stanley Cup Finals commercial, what would you want to show Canadians?
A recruiting ad for the CAF with lots of submarines in it.
- What would you like more control over in your life?
- What was your toughest accomplishment?
- What technology do you wish you understood better?
The human brain. Particularly mine.
- What is the best advice you’ve received?
- What is the best thing about your job?
The great people I work with all the time.
- How are you celebrating Pride Month?
I’m going to Toronto on Pride parade.
- What is your number one priority as Co-champion for Gender and Diversity for Operations?
Make the CAF a more inclusive place.
- Who do you talk to on the phone most often?
- What was your first job?
And that’s it.
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