Professional, Business and Community Associations

Professionalism doesn’t just happen. You need to work at it – and you need to connect with others inside and outside your field.

We also believe in taking an active role in our community – in giving back.

Here are a few of our many connections.

  • Andy Cutten, CPA, CA, is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia

  • Peter Milley, FCMC, is Immediate Past-President of CMC-Atlantic and has served on the National Board of CMC Canada
  • Chris Hornberger, FCMC, is a former Director of CMC Atlantic
  • Andy Cutten, CMC, is a member of CMC Atlantic

  • Andy Cutten, CPA, CA, is a member of the FEI Atlantic Chapter Executive

  • Halifax Global has been a member of APEC since 2005


  • Halifax Global is a member of the Chamber
  • Andy Cutten is a past Director of the Halifax Chamber of Commerce

  • Chris Hornberger served on the Board of Directors and chaired the strategic planning committee


  • Chris Hornberger is a past president of the Bide Awhile Animal Shelter.


  • Peter Milley served as a Director of JA Nova Scotia and was a Governor of the Junior Achievement Nova Scotia Business Hall of Fame.

Canadian Forces Liaison Council

  • Andy Cutten is Nova Scotia Director with the Canadian Forces Liaison Council, a group of Canada-wide civilian business and educational leaders who volunteer their time and efforts to promote the Primary Reserve Force by highlighting the benefits of Reserve Force training and experience to the civilian workplace.



  • Chris Hornberger is a mentor with ISANS (Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia), helping to orient and connect immigrants to the NS business community.

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  • Chris Hornberger is a member of the International Women’s Forum and currently serves on the Executive Committee and Chairs the Member Attraction Committee.

Halifax Partnership

  • Chris Hornberger works with the Connector Program at the Halifax Partnership to connect newcomers and recent graduates to the Halifax business community.