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Posted: 02/19/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0
Adrian Schulz, president and CEO of Imperial Properties Corp., has become a member of FIABCI, the International Real Estate Federation. The organization is made up of more than 100 real estate associations around the world. Imperial Properties Corp. is a comprehensive condominium and commercial property management and leasing company, and one of just two members of FIABCI in all of Manitoba.
Sherry Peden has accepted the position of vice-president (academic and research) at University College of the North beginning April 1. Peden was the first to graduate from the University of Manitoba's (PhD Studies for Aboriginal Scholars) Program in 2011 from the Faculty of Education. Her dissertation focused on school administration and aboriginal education.
Ranger Insurance is proud to celebrate 30 years of serving the Manitoba market. Ranger is one of the province's largest insurance brokers offering commercial, residential and auto insurance. Ranger is also pleased to announce the 30th anniversary for two employees: Ken Feasey and Eva Degelman. Feasey, who co-founded Ranger Insurance in 1983, is now a senior partner with the organization and specializes in commercial insurance. Degelman is an account manager at our Pointe West location. We thank Ken and Eva for their 30 years of dedicated service.
Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP
was recognized by Canadian Lawyer Magazine as one of the Top 10 Prairie Regional Firms.
TransX welcomes Chad Bisko, joining us as director of Lean programs. Bisko has a MBA from the University of Athabasca. He previously worked at companies such as Standard Aero and Loewen Windows. His training and experience will help bring TransX to the next level of its Lean journey (an organization-wide continuous improvement program to help the company become even more effective in delivering results).
MHPM Project Leaders
is pleased to announce the appointment of Lucas Smith to the position of regional vice-president, leading our Winnipeg, Regina and Saskatoon offices. He has dedicated his 20-year career to the practice of project management. Since joining MHPM a decade ago, Smith has adopted increasingly senior roles.
Renaissance Executive Forums
is pleased to announce that Garry Studensky, owner of Hilton Insurance Services, has become a member of one of its advisory boards. Executive Forums provides an exclusive advisory board service for presidents, CEOs and business owners. This proven process is designed to leverage the experience and expertise of the individual members to positively impact the speed and quality of effective decision-making.
The Board of Governors of the University of Manitoba has approved the appointment of Andrew Konowalchuk as associate vice-president (administration), effective March 11, 2013. An accomplished capital planning professional with 15 years of experience in health-care project delivery, Konowalchuk comes to the University of Manitoba from the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, where he served as the regional director, capital planning. Konowalchuk was active on 66 projects in excess of $1 billion. His experience includes communicating and consensus-building with governments, ancillary agencies, the public and many stakeholders essential in maintaining successful public institutions.
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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 19, 2013 B7
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