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${name} Athar Ata

Athar Ata is a Chemistry Professor and the Chair of the Department of Chemistry at The University of Winnipeg. Dr. Ata graduated from the University of Agriculture Faisalabad with a Master of Science degree in 1989 and the University of Karachi with a PhD in Chemistry in 1995. He was honoured with receiving the Clifford J. Robson Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching. He enjoys contributing to scientific literature and is a fundraising advocate for the Canadian Diabetes Association. He was elected to the Board in 2019 and sits on The University of Winnipeg Senate.


${name} Jane Barter

Dr. Jane Barter is a Professor in the Department of Religion and Culture at The University of Winnipeg. She graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Arts in English, obtained her Masters of Theological Studies from the Atlantic School of Theology and obtained her PhD in Theology from The University of St. Michael’s College. Dr. Barter previously sat on the University’s Budget Committee from 2012 to 2013. She volunteers during Winnipeg Folk Fest, is an Executive Member of Diocese of Rupert’s Land, and is a member of the Central Council for the Centre for Christian Studies. She was elected to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019 and sits on the Board’s Governance and Community Relations Committee.  Dr. Barter is also a member of The University of Winnipeg Senate.


${name} Rachel Beazley

Rachel Beazley was appointed to the Board of Regents in 2017. She is currently in her third year of studies at The University of Winnipeg in the Faculty of Education Integrated Program. She is the recipient of the 2018 Terry Fox Humanitarian Award and is an advocate for mental health awareness, participating in public health campaigns and online education. Ms. Beazley has been the Co-Lead of UWinnipeg Health and Wellness Peer Educators and UWinnipeg jack.org chapter since 2018 and has been a member since 2016. She currently sits on the Board’s Governance and Community Relations Committee, and is also a Board of Regents representative on The University of Winnipeg Senate.


${name} Bern Bileski

Bern Bileski graduated from The University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He obtained his Master of Arts Degree in Special Education from San Francisco State University. Mr. Bileski was a former employee of the Government of Canada. He managed community based processes for the distribution of funds provided through the Urban Aboriginal Strategy and the Housing and Homelessness Initiatives. He was the former Director of Community and Agency Services for the United Way of Winnipeg where he was responsible for the allocation and oversight of funds. He has served as a Board Member of the Association of Community Living and as Chair of the Board of St. Benedicts Monastery. He was elected to the Board of Regents in 2014. Mr. Bileski is a member of the Finance Committee, and also sits on The University of Winnipeg Senate as a Board representative.


${name} Malcolm Bird

Dr. Malcolm Bird was appointed to the Board of Regents in 2017. He has been an Associate Professor of Political Science with The University of Winnipeg since 2011. He is a graduate of The University of British Columbia (Bachelor of Arts Degree in History), York University (Master of Arts Degree in History) and Carleton University, where he obtained his PhD in Public Policy and Administration. Dr. Bird is an advocate for efficient and effective public post-secondary institutions and is honored to be able to serve The University of Winnipeg community. He currently sits on the Board of Regents Finance Committee.


${name} Madison Carver

Madison Carver is a current student at The University of Winnipeg. She is working towards a four year Science Degree in Biochemistry. She has volunteered over 200 hours at the Health Sciences Centre supporting paediatric patients and their families. Ms. Carver is a 2019 recipient of the Undergraduate Student Research Award through NSERC. She was appointed to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019 and sits on The University of Winnipeg Senate as a Regent representative.


${name} Mahlet Cuff

Mahlet Cuff is a current student at The University of Winnipeg. She is a University of Winnipeg Student Association (UWSA) Representative and sits on both the Student Services and Senate Student Appeals Committees. Mahlet is enrolled in Women’s and Gender Studies. She was appointed to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019 and currently sits on the Governance and Community Relations Committee.


${name} James Currie

Dr. James Currie has been a Professor with The University of Winnipeg for the past 30 years, and is the University’s Vice-President (Academic) and Provost. Dr. Currie received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science at Carleton University and a Ph. D. from the University of Calgary. Dr. Currie currently serves on as Treasurer at Judo Manitoba. Dr. Currie is an ex officio member of the Board of Regents.


${name} Blair Evans

Blair Evans was elected to the Board of Regents in 2015. He is the Chair of the Finance Committee.


${name} Marlene Gallagher

Marlene Gallagher was appointed to the Board of Regents in 2017. She is an alumni of The University of Winnipeg where she completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education and History as well as her Aboriginal Educational Assistant Certificate. She also attended the University of Manitoba where she completed her Master’s Degree in Education. Ms. Gallagher is a member of the Sagkeeng First Nation. She speaks Anishinaabemowin and takes part in various cultural practices and ceremonies. She has held many positions over the years including being employed with the Government of Manitoba in the Finance and Education Department, Canada Mortgage and Housing, Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba, Portage and Main Press and the Peguis Education School Board. Ms. Gallagher has spent her time volunteering as a board member of the St. Norbert Behavioral Health Foundation, the National Aboriginal Advisory Group, the Springfield Agricultural Society, the Manitoba Association for Right and Liberties as well as the Human Rights Task Force for Global College and The University of Winnipeg. She is the recipient of the Cultural & Education Award, Connor, Clark & Lunn Book Prize Award and the Aboriginal Circle of Educators – Leadership in Sustaining Our Ways Award. Ms. Gallagher currently sits on the Board of Regents Audit and Risk Committee, and has been a member of the Board’s Nominating Committee in the past.


${name} Gaetanne Gauthier

Gaetanne Gauthier is a full-time student at The University of Winnipeg working towards a Rhetoric, Writing and Communications Degree. She has volunteered for the Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Breast Cancer Charity Golf Tournament for ten years, the Cancer Care Run for the Cure for five years, as well as volunteering for the Cancer Care Daffodil Gala. She was appointed to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019 and currently sits on the Board’s Governance and Community Relations Committee.


${name} Adam Gerhard

Adam Gerhard is Director of Planning and Governance in the Information Services and Technology Department at the University of Manitoba. His responsibilities include Strategic Planning, Finance and Administration, University IT Governance, Project Management and IT Architecture. Previously he worked at RANA Respiratory Care Group as the Vice-President Corporate Services, and at IBM as an IT Consultant. He holds a Bachelor degree in Computer Science and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Manitoba. Mr. Gerhard volunteers with a number of organizations including The United Church of Canada in various roles, Alter Ego Kids of Mud Bike Club as Bike Coach, Wildwood Jackrabbits as a Cross Country Ski Coach, and Scouts Canada as a Scouter. He was elected to the Board in 2015 and serves as Chair of the Governance and Community Relations Committee.


${name} Romona Goomansingh

Romona Goomansingh is an alumni and third generation graduate of The University of Winnipeg. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (4 year) in Sociology, being given a Student of Distinction designation. Dr. Goomansingh also attended the University of Manitoba where she obtained her Masters of Education, and received her Doctor of Philosophy in Education from the University of Toronto. She is an educator at McNally Robinson Booksellers of Winnipeg as well as an instructor for the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Education. She is a freelance writer and features South Asian arts and culture as well as local businesses in Winnipeg; her writing appears regularly in the Winnipeg Free Press. Dr. Goomansingh has been engaged with various volunteer and community organizations for years and has been involved with promoting arts and culture through the India Pavilion for Folklorama. From 2015 to 2019 she was appointed to the Manitoba Women’s Advisory Council by the Province of Manitoba, Status of Women Division. Dr. Goomansingh currently serves as the Representative for the University of Toronto Alumni Group (Winnipeg Chapter). She was appointed to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019 and currently sits on the Board’s Nominating Committee.


${name} Robert Grant

Robert Grant was appointed to the Board of Regents in 2017.  He graduated from Bemidji State University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, with Majors in Physical Education and History and a Minor in Social Studies.  He also graduated from North Dakota State University with a Masters in Physical Education.  He has his Education Certificate Level 5 and his Principal Certifications Class 1 and 2.  From 1970 to 2002 he worked as a teacher in the Agassiz School Division as well as Department Head in Physical Education and History at Edward Schreyer School. His last six years were spent as Assistant Principal at Edward Schreyer.  He was on the Department of Education curriculum development team for 4 years, concentrating on the History and Social Studies curriculum for Early and Senior Years. He has been highly involved in multiple community activities and clubs, spending his hours volunteering.  He was National Vice President of the Canadian Junior Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Beausejour Jaycees, and a member of the Brokenhead Community Foundation.  Mr. Grant currently sits on the Board's Audit and Risk Committee


${name} Stefan Jonasson

Stefan Jonasson in the Editor of Lögberg-Heimskringla, a newspaper serving the Icelandic community in North America. Stefan is an alumni of The University of Winnipeg where he graduated from the Collegiate and completed his Bachelor of Arts, receiving the University Gold Medal in Religion. He also earned a Masters of Divinity, receiving the Governor General’s Gold Medal. He was appointed to the Board of Regents in 2015 where he continues to envelop in the rich discussions, overall governance, principles and inspiring overviews of the University as a whole. Stefan is also an ordained Unitarian Minister and held various positions over the years such as Director of Growth Strategies and Large Congregation Development, Unitarian Universalist Association (Boston); Director for Large Congregations, Unitarian Universalist Association; and District Executive for Western Canada, Unitarian Universalist Association. He is an avid volunteer and is currently a board member for the Icelandic National League of North America and the St. James Scholarship Foundation. This past year Stefan received the Joan Eyolfson Cadham Award for promotion of Icelandic culture and heritage through literature, arts and media.  He is currently the Vice-Chair of the Board of Regents Governance and Community Relations Committee.


${name} Greg Leipsic

Greg Leipsic is a graduate of the University of Manitoba where he majored in Political Studies. He was appointed to the Board of Regents in 2018. Mr. Leipsic is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Junior Achievement of Manitoba, which is dedicated to teaching children about financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and leadership. He has been heavily involved in the sports community volunteering his time to the Fort Garry North Hockey Association and Fort Garry Lions Football Club from 2000 to 2012 and is now a member of the 2018 Manitoba 150 Celebration Sub Committee.  Mr. Leipsic currently sits on the Board of Regents Nominating Committee.


${name} Meagan Malcolm

Meagan Malcolm was appointed to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019. Meagan is the President of the University of Winnipeg Students Association (UWSA).  


${name} Rohith Mascarenhas

Rohith Mascarenhas is a Legal Strategy Manager with Wawanesa Insurance. He is an alumni of the University of Winnipeg and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2011. He also obtained his Juris Doctor degree in 2011 from the University of Manitoba. He was formerly a Director of the St. Paul’s High School Alumni Association and has previously volunteered with a number of organizations including St. Amant, the Manitoba Moose Yearling Foundation, the Winnipeg Cheer Board, Rossbrook House and The United Way throughout the years. Mr. Mascarenhas currently sits on the Finance and Audit and Risk Committees, and is Vice-Chair of the Board of Regents.


${name} Wendy McNab

Wendy McNab was appointed to the Board of Regents in 2018. She is from the George Gordon, Cowessess and Peepeekisis First Nations. For over 10 years Ms. McNab has worked collaboratively to create spaces for learning and sharing stories about Indian Residential Schools in Canada, including community forums, panel discussions, conference presentations and digital storytelling projects featuring survivors and their families. She has six years of experience working closely with post-secondary students, faculty and staff, and First Nations communities. She is an alumni of the University of Winnipeg, completing a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and a Bachelor of Arts in Conflict Resolution Studies. She has worked in the research department in the First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba and currently she is a coordinator for the Partners for Engagement and Knowledge Exchange (“PEKE”) where she is responsible for connecting and facilitating relationships and ongoing collaborations with all PEKE stakeholders including First Nations communities and their service providers. Ms. McNab currently sits on the Board of Regents Governance and Community Relations Committee.


${name} Bruce Miller

Bruce W.J. Miller is a consultant and former Senior Development Officer at Indspire, a national Indigenous-led charity that invests in the education of Indigenous people for the long term benefit of these individuals, their families, communities and Canada. He graduated from the University of Manitoba with his Bachelor or Recreation Studies in 1999. Mr. Miller is the founding member and current lifetime appointed ambassador of the Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. He was a board member and Chair of the Legacy Committee for the 2017 Canada Summer Games and also sits on the Brand Advisory Council at the University of Manitoba. Mr. Miller has been a member of the Board of Regents since 2017, and sits on the Governance & Community Relations and Nominating Committees.


${name} Albina Moran

Albina Moran is a commercial lawyer at the law firm of Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) with over 30 years of experience. She specializes in commercial financing, purchase and sale of commercial real estate, mortgage sale and foreclosure proceeds and conservation easements for the Nature Conservancy of Canada. She is a member and the past Chair of The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents from which she obtained her Bachelor of Arts. She is currently a director and Member at Large on the Board of Riverview Health Centre and a past Chair of Ronald McDonald House and the YM-YWCA of Winnipeg. She was appointed to the Board of Regents in 2011 and currently sits on the Board Officers Committee.


${name} Michelle Pereira

Michelle Pereira was appointed to the Board in 2019. She is the Vice-President of Marketing, Communications and Philanthropy at Habitat for Humanity Manitoba. She was previously the Publisher of Canstar Community News where she successfully rebranded six community papers. Ms. Pereira sits as a Director on the Board for Camp Arnes and the St. Vital Mustangs Football Club. She completed the Leadership Winnipeg course through the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce in 2015 and has continued her leadership development by completing a Project Management course in 2017. Ms. Pereira looks forward to making a positive impact on the Board of Regents and she currently sits on the Board’s Governance and Community Relations Committee.


${name} Amrita Ray Chaudhuri

Amrita Ray Chaudhuri is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at The University of Winnipeg. She completed her Master of Arts and PhD in Economics at McGill University, and her Bachelors of Science in Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science located in the United Kingdom. Dr. Ray Chaudhuri served as an Assistant Professor of Economics at Tilburg University in The Netherlands from 2007 to 2010. She joined The University of Winnipeg’s Department of Economics in 2010. She is a SSHRC funded scholar whose research focuses on international trade, the economics of natural resource extraction, and environmental policy. Dr. Ray Chaudhuri served as a member of the SSHRC Adjudication Committee in 2018 and 2019. She was appointed to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019 and currently sits on the Board’s Finance Committee.  Dr. Ray Chaudhuri also sits on The University of Winnipeg Senate.


${name} Noelle Sagher

Noelle Sagher graduated from The University of Winnipeg with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Human Rights. She was recently elected as the Vice-President Student Affairs of the University of Winnipeg Student Association (UWSA). Noelle has volunteered at the United Nations headquarters in New York since 2015 as a rapporteur intern at the Commission on the Status of Women as well as interning for the International Women’s Rights Action Watch-Asia Pacific at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva. Noelle was appointed to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019 and sits on the Finance Committee.


${name} Bob Silver

Bob Silver obtained a Bachelor of Science degree with honours from the University of Manitoba, majoring in Mathematics and Statistics. For more than 35 years, Bob has made a significant contribution to the business and community sectors at the local, national and international levels. He is the President and Co-Owner of Western Glove Works Ltd. and Co-Owner of Urban Barn, Auld Phillips, and Comark retail chains. Additionally, he is Co-Owner of the Brandon Sun, the Winnipeg Free Press, the CanStar Weekly, and Derksen Printers in Steinbach. In the business community, he has been involved on a number of boards including CentrePort Canada, the Business Council of Manitoba, the First Peoples Economic Growth Fund, the Winnipeg Convention Centre, and was Co-Chair of the Premier’s Economic Advisory Council. In the community-at-large, he gives his time to a multitude of causes such as the Winnipeg Library Foundation, where he helped spearhead the campaign to build the new Millennium Library, and the Grow Winnipeg initiative of the Jewish Federation. He is also a past chair of Destination Winnipeg (now Economic Development Winnipeg) and the United Way of Winnipeg. He has received many honours including the Order of Manitoba in 2012 and The University of Manitoba’s Alumni of the Year award. Mr. Silver serves as the Chancellor of The University of Winnipeg and is an Ex-Officio member of the Board of Regents, Finance, Governance and Community Relations, Nominating and Executive Committees.


${name} Kylie Stasila Therrien

Kylie Stasila Therrien is the Convocation and Academic Programs Officer at The University of Winnipeg. She graduated from the Brandon University with her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and obtained her Master of Arts in History from York University. Ms. Stasila Therrien has spent many years volunteering for various organizations, including but not limited to, the Brandon University Student Union as Women’s Commissioner and as President for Women’s Collective back in 2009. Ms. Therrien is the President and Founder of Brandon’s University History Club. She was appointed to the Board in 2016. She currently sits on the Board of Regents Governance and Community Relations Committee.


${name} Shanna Sterling

Shanna Sterling was appointed to the Board of Regents in 2016, and sits on the Finance and Audit & Risk Committees. Ms. Sterling received a Business Administration Diploma from Assiniboine Community College and obtained her designation as a Chartered Professional Accountant, Certified General Accountant (CPA, CGA). She previously worked for the Federated Insurance Company of Canada as the Director of Finance where she was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Accounting and Payroll Department and the management of financial reporting and compliance. She has volunteered for the past 15 years as an annual SuperWalk participant for Parkinson Canada. For the past four years Ms. Sterling has worked for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority as a Business Analyst for Nutrition and Food Services and Regional Laundry Services. She is responsible for inter-facility invoicing of goods and services, statistical reporting, capital project accounting, and financial accounting and reporting.


${name} Anna Stokke

Dr. Anna Stokke is a Mathematics Professor and Chair in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at The University of Winnipeg. Dr. Stokke graduated from the University of Alberta with a Doctorate degree in Mathematics, The University of Manitoba with a Master of Science degree in Mathematics and Brandon University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. In 2015 she was honoured with the Clarence Atchison Award for Excellence in Community Service from The University of Winnipeg, as well with the YWCA/YMCA Women of Distinction Award for Community Activism and Social Enterprise. She also received the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Science (PIMS) Education Prize in 2017. Dr. Stokke was previously a Member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Mathematical Society from 2013 to 2015. She is currently involved with multiple organizations, including Archimedes Math Schools, a non-profit organization as Co-founder, President and Program Director; as well as the WISE Math Advocacy Group as Co-Founder. She was elected to the Board in 2018. Dr. Stokke sits on the Board of Regents Finance Committee.


${name} Cory Sul

Cory Sul is a dentist and the owner of Rivertrail Dental Centre and Funzone. He graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Doctor of Medical Dentistry and was inducted for Fellowship in the Pierre Fauchard Academy and the International College of Dentists. Dr. Sul was the President of the Dental Regulatory Authority in Manitoba from 2018 to 2019. He was the Treasurer for the Manitoba Dental Foundation from 2015 to 2018, and was a founding board member at the University of Manitoba for the Dental Alumni Association from 2008 to 2012. He was appointed to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019 and currently sits on the Board’s Governance and Community Relations Committee.


${name} Hamath Sy

Hamath Sy is a Senior Manager with the Canadian National Railway Company. In his current role he is responsible for Pulse and Specialty Crop Logistics. Mr. Sy is recognized as a community leader, financial educator and mentor. He graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Master of Science Agricultural Economics Degree and from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science Agricultural Economics Degree. He has been involved with the African Communities of Manitoba Inc. (ACOMI) for 16 years and has also been a Board Member of the Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice at the University of Manitoba for two years. Mr. Sy was appointed to the Board of Regents in 2017 and sits on the Audit and Risk Committee.


${name} David Teffaine

David Teffaine is a second year student in The University of Winnipeg’s Faculty of Business and Economics, where he is working towards a Business Administration degree with a focus on Human Resources. Mr. Teffaine also attended the University of Manitoba where he obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Studies and History. He held a three year term as the Arts Student Body Council Director of Social Programming, he is the Executive Director of Marketing for the Manitoba Youth Association of Multiculturalism, and currently is the Director of Operations with Peace of Mind Canada (Manitoba). Mr. Teffaine was appointed to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019.


${name} Sandy Tolman

Sandy Tolman is an Administrative Assistant in the Department of History at The University of Winnipeg. For the past 22 years she has provided office services to 24 Faculty and CAS staff by implementing administrative systems and procedures. Ms. Tolman previously sat on the Board of Directors for Dalhousie Daycare as President for four years. She obtained a diploma in Public Relations from the University of Winnipeg’s Professional, Applied, and Continuing Education (PACE) program. Ms. Tolman was appointed to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019 and sits on the Board’s Finance Committee.


${name} Lauren Tolton

Lauren Tolton has been a member of the Board of Regents since 2015 and is currently the Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee. Ms. Tolton’s area of expertise is accounting and assurance services, and she primarily works with public sector and not-for-profit organizations in several areas, particularly education and local government. Her work in the public sector includes providing tax and accounting advice to companies from manufacturing and construction, to agriculture and retail. She also has experience in conducting federal and provincial government recipient-contribution agreement audits. Ms. Tolton completed her Bachelor of Commerce with Honours in 1999 and became a Chartered Professional Accountant/Chartered Accountant in 2002. She has worked at BDO Canada LLP for 19 years and was admitted to the partnership in 2013.


${name} Annette Trimbee

Dr. Annette Trimbee became President and Vice-Chancellor at The University of Winnipeg on August 1, 2014 and was recently renewed for a second term until 2024. In her role as President she is an Ex Officio member of the Board of Regents and all of the subcommittees. Previous to her role at UWinnipeg, Dr. Trimbee’s legacy of leadership was established during her tenure as a Deputy Minister of several departments in the Alberta government, including Finance and Treasury Board and Advanced Education and Technology.  Key accomplishments include the development of Alberta Budgets 2012 and 2013, redesign of Alberta’s innovation system and creation of the Alberta Innovates Corporation, creation of Campus Alberta, design of Alberta’s Health Policy Framework and development of an Integrated Resource Management Policy Framework. Dr. Trimbee also serves on the boards of Universities Canada and USports, which oversees sports at 56 Canadian universities. She holds a BSc from the University of Winnipeg, an MSc from the University of Manitoba and a PhD from McMaster University in Ecology. She was also a Post-Doc Fellow in aquatic ecology at the University of Alberta.


${name} Dorothy Young

Dr. Dorothy Young was appointed to The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents in 2019. She is an alumni of The University of Winnipeg where she completed her Bachelor of Arts in 1975. She also attended the University of Manitoba where she obtained her Bachelor of Education Degree in 1978, her Masters in Educational Administration in 1992, as well as her PhD in Educational Administration in 2011. From 1967 to 2006 she worked as a teacher, administrator and assistant superintendent in the St. James-Assiniboia School Division. Dr. Young has an extensive volunteer background which includes the Canadian Education Association Board of Directors, volunteering at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, as well as being a guest lecturer in the Faculty of Education at St. Boniface University (2012 to present) and Red River College (2001 to 2016). She has been the Scholarship Committee Chair of the Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority (Education) Beta Chapter since 2011 and is a Life Member in both The Manitoba Teacher’s Society and the Manitoba Association of School Superintendents. She has received the Dr. J. M. Brown Award for outstanding contribution to teacher education in Manitoba from the Faculty of Education of the University of Manitoba in 2004 and the Paul Harris Fellow Award for vocational excellence from the Winnipeg-Assiniboine Rotary Club in 2005. She currently sits on the Board’s Audit and Risk Committee.