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Diane Doth

Children's Museum executive director, has joined the Canadian Association of Science Centres board of directors and will lend both a regional perspective and extensive children's museum industry experience to matters concerning the organization.

 

COMPANIES

Think Shift Advertising Inc.

welcomes the newest addition to its account services team, Kristin Moore. The agency, which employs more than 35 marketing and creative professionals, brought Moore on board as director of account services to help serve the needs of a growing client base. With a diverse background including more than 12 years of sales and marketing in the consumer packaged-goods industry, Moore has managed brands like Coca-Cola, Starbucks, Swiss Natural and Bee Maid Honey.

 

Manitoba Chambers of Commerce

President and CEO Chuck Davidson is pleased to announce Cory Kolt is the new MCC director of policy and communications. Kolt has previously been employed as a media-relations officer with the Province of Saskatchewan's Ministry of Agriculture. Kolt grew up in Winnipeg, graduating from Fort Richmond Collegiate and the University of Manitoba. In addition, Davidson has promoted Stephanie Salifu as the new events co-ordinator. Salifu graduated from the Asper School of Business in 2012 majoring in finance and international business.

 

AWARDS

Imperial Properties Corp.

a leading Winnipeg property-management firm, has received a Top Choice Award for Top Property Management of 2013 in Winnipeg. The annual award goes to organizations that excel in the areas of customer service, value, professionalism and overall quality, determined by customer surveys.

 

BOARDS

The Children's Museum

has announced its 2013/2014 board of directors: Aileen Najduch, Manitoba Education, chair; Gaetan Ruest, Investors Group, vice-chair; Murray Derraugh, Blue Chip Leasing Corporation, secretary; and Carla Pelletier Gray, Independent Perspective, treasurer. Members: Karlee Blatz, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority; Chad Brick, Eastside Group of Companies; Loretta Kulchycki, The Great-West Life Co.; Val Mollison, The Great West Life Assurance Company; Richard Olschewski, Olschewski & Feuer Barristers and Solicitors; Dinis Prazeres, JEDS Construction Ltd; Hedda Razik, Fenton's Group of Companies; James Wishart, Fillmore Riley; and Peggy Yuill, Investors Group.

 

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 29, 2013 B6

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