Bill Brooks (2003 Alumnus), Linda Clouthier (2011 Alumna), Bev Dubois (Member at Large), Trevor Forrest (Saskatoon Community Foundation Appointee), Karen Hayward (University of Saskatchewan Appointee), Giselle Howard (Secretary and 2008 Alumna), Bob Korol (Member at Large), Amy McNeil (Board Chair and 2011 Alumna), and Kent Smith-Windsor (Treasurer and 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.
Shannon is a principal of Fahey Floer Consulting, which focuses on helping organizations translate their ideas into action. She developed her leadership and facilitation skills while living and working in Ontario, Illinois and New Mexico. She has a special interest in living systems and helping organizations focus more effectively on people.
Our alumni now number over 265 in total. Here are the photos from each class. Click on each year below to see who they are.
Dave Dutchak, President and CEO of MD Ambulance Care Ltd, is the winner of the 2013 Community Leadership Award. Mr. Dutchak has contributed to our community not only as the well-respected leader of an innovative and successful business, but also through a wide range of volunteer leadership roles. He is passionate about health care and has worked collaboratively with a variety of agencies, resulting in Saskatoon's innovative Mobile Health Bus program, bringing health care to those who have difficulty accessing health services, and Saskatoon's Heart Safe Program, which has installed AEDs on site in a wide range of city. Mr. Dutchak is a past president of the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce and the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, and a member of the University of Saskatchewan Senate. He has also contributed as a leader within the Saskatoon Ukrainian community for many years and serves on the Saskatchewan government's Saskatchewan-Ukrainian Relations Advisory Committee.
It was all good news at our Annual General Meeting.