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), Carm Michalenko (Saskatoon Community Foundation Appointee), Laurie O'Connor (2013 Alumna), Jill Salamon (University of Saskatchewan Appointee), Kent Smith-Windsor (Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce 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 Stephensen has over 15 years experience working as a training/program coordinator in Adult Education. She is a certified practitioner in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator® and recently retired from the University of Saskatchewan where she worked as a program coordinator since 2008 in the area of leadership and professional development. Tracy continues to work part-time as the Program Director for Leadership Saskatoon and as a Program Coordinator for Women in Leadership for Life. In her personal life, Tracy is passionate about wellness and yoga. She is a certified yoga instructor and wellness coach.
Our alumni now number over 375 in total. Here are the photos from each class. Click on each year below to see who they are.
Commitment is the best way to describe Zeba Ahmad’s involvement in Community Leadership in Saskatoon. Not only is it about being a tireless, selfless and dedicated leader in the community, it is also about making contributions that have visibly made a difference.
Zeba’s participation spans many dimensions of the community – From raising awareness about hunger and poverty to leading community endeavors like the Royal University Hospital Foundation and the Saskatoon Community Foundation. She gives of herself by encouraging and coaching others to be exceptional leaders, provides opportunities for others to be involved and uses a collaboration focusing on hearing, encouraging and respecting all.
Organizations such as the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, Saskatoon Public School Foundation, YWCA and the Saskatoon Open Door Society have all benefited from her leadership through her participation on boards of directors and through speaker engagements.
Leading and encouraging the positive development of Community requires dedication, passion and determination and Zeba not only displays these qualities but also lives them. It is through her efforts that the principles and values of Community Leadership grow in our community and helps makes Saskatoon the best community to live and work.
It was all good news at our Annual General Meeting.