Bill Brooks (2003 Alumnus), Linda Clouthier (Secretary and 2011 Alumna), Bev Dubois (Vice-Chair), Sheri Hillestad Smith (2015 Alumna), Giselle Howard (Chair and 2008 Alumna), Frank Hounjet (Treasurer), Bob Korol (Member at Large), Laurie O'Connor (2013 Alumna), Jill Salamon (University of Saskatchewan Appointee), and Kent Smith-Windsor (Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce Appointee), Carm Michalenko (Saskatoon Community Foundation Appointee).
Magel has a diverse background, working in the public, private and not-for profit sectors with organizations such as Parks Canada, Saskatchewan Environment and the University of Saskatchewan. She is delighted to be able to contribute to the community through her work with Leadership Saskatoon.
From 1965 to 2000 Doug was employed by Royal Bank in various roles in Canadian and US locations. These included marketing, systems and operations, human resources and commercial banking. From 2000 to 2005 he lead Canadian Western Bank in Saskatoon. Doug has had extensive leadership experience with charitable, cultural, health care and business development organizations.
Tracy holds a Bachelor of Education from University of British Columbia and a Master’s Degree in Community Planning from Laval University. She has over twenty years’ experience as an educator and planner. As a training coordinator, Tracy has coordinated and delivered a variety of training initiatives. In addition to her work with Leadership Saskatoon, she is also a Program Coordinator with Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan. Tracy is passionate about yoga and has been practicing since 2006 and teaching since 2009.
Our alumni now number over 350 in total. Here are the photos from each class. Click on each year below to see who they are.
Passionate is the best way to describe Tom Kishchuk’s involvement in Community Leadership in Saskatoon. Not only is it about leading an international organization in a positive and forward thinking way, it is about enabling and encouraging people, whether it be employees, family, or community to actively participate in building a better community.
Tom’s leadership is more than directing and funding worthy events. He also participates in them, and youth has been a major element in that participation. Coaching soccer and hockey at many levels throughout the past 10 years as well as being a mentor and facilitator for Junior Achievement has helped youth in Saskatoon strive to reach their full potential.
Organizations such as the Saskatchewan Health Quality Council, the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation, Saskatoon Community Foundation and McClure United Church have all benefited from his leadership through his participation on committees and board of directors.
In his workplace, he instills a sense of community by encouraging, and leading participation in programs such as the Big Brothers Big Sisters In-school Mentoring program, Free the Children We Day, Safe Saskatchewan Community Safety Education Program, and work with the Office of the Treaty Commissioner.
Leading and encouraging the positive development of Community requires dedication, passion and determination and Tom not only displays these qualities but also lives them. It is through his efforts that the principles and values of Community Leadership grow in our community and helps makes Saskatoon the best community to live and work.
We are pleased to have to opportunity honor Mr. Kishchuk and his efforts with the 2015 Cherry Insurance-Leadership Saskatoon Community Leadership Award.
It was all good news at our Annual General Meeting.