Congratulations to Rella Ng who has been announced as Douglas College’s new Registrar. All the best in your new role, Rella! Official release from Douglas College: “Douglas College is pleased to announce Rella Ng has been appointed as the institution’s new registrar. Ng has more
Congratulations to Joanie Bouchard in her new role as Registrar for The College of Dietitians of British Columbia. Full release from CDBC below: “On behalf of the Board of Directors of the College of Dietitians of BC (CDBC), I’m very pleased to announce that Joanie Bouchard, MSc, RD has been selected as the College’s new Registrar. She’ll start her position June 12, 2017 at our office in Vancouver. Joanie comes to the CDBC from Quebec where she is currently the Director of Professional Affairs for the Ordre Professionnel des Diététistes du Québec (OPDQ), Quebec’s regulatory college for Dietitians. In addition to being a Registered Dietitian, she has over 5 years experience in a leadership and management role that includes Board and committee support, quality assurance, stakeholder collaboration and strategic communications. During her years at OPDQ, Joanie worked to expand dietetic regulation and legal authorization for additional medical activities including prescribing nutritional
Congratulations to Michelle Fortin in her new Executive Director role with Opt! Earlier this year, Harbour West had the fortune of working with an organization that does such important work in our community. Announcement via Opt below: “We are pleased to announce our new Executive Director!
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Looking forward to reading: University Leadership and Public Policy in the Twenty-First Century: A President’s Perspective (By Peter MacKinnon) Canadian universities face a complicated and uncertain future when it comes to funding, governance, and fostering innovation. Their leaders face an equally complicated future, attempting to
Again for 2015, The Globe and Mail, in partnership with CharityCan, has ranked Canada’s 1,000 largest not-for-profit institutions. We were pleased to see so much love for organizations in our backyard, with five of the top ten hailing from BC. Did your employer make the list?
Ottawa to relax foreign worker rules at universities By Simona Chiose Universities have persuaded the federal government to relax new rules on how they hire temporary foreign workers that they say made it more difficult to recruit global academic talent. An agreement struck this week