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Lisa Green

is the new vice-president, capital campaign & development at St-Boniface Hospital Foundation. Green will provide senior fundraising strategy and prospect management, and lead the foundation team in its major campaign initiatives. A certified fundraising executive, she has held positions at UNICEF Canada, Queen's University and, most recently, the University of Saskatchewan.

 

Lotfollah Shafai

a distinguished professor at the University of Manitoba and Canada Research Chair in Applied Electromagnetics, has received the 2013 John Kraus Antenna Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. The award is given to a scientist who has made an exceptional contribution to the field of antennas through innovation. Shafai's research continues to impact global society, benefiting, for instance, the billions of people who use mobile phones.

 

COMPANIES

Deeley Fabbri Sellen

is pleased to announce partner Jennifer A. Cooper, Q.C. was recognized as Winnipeg's Lawyer of the Year for 2014 in family law by Best Lawyers in Canada.

 

The Canadian Society for Training and Development

Winnipeg chapter is pleased to announce the recent appointment of a new director to its chapter executive board. Dawna Atamanchuk has been appointed as the director of communications. The CSTD is Canada's not-for-profit professional association focused on training, learning and performance in the workplace.

 

St Vital Centre

has been awarded a 2013 Maple Leaf Silver Award by the International Council for Shopping Centres. The Winnipeg mall received the award for its She's Got the Look digital adverting campaign.

 

AWARDS

Seven members of the retired Winnipeg naval community

were awarded the Naval Officers Association/Naval Association of Canada Bronze Medallion for Outstanding contribution to the Association. Recipients were: Jerry Dawson, Mel Kelly, Richard Shore, Ron Skelton, Jim Woods, Gordon Saunders and Al Sharrow.

 

BOARDS

STEPS - Sair Training and Employment Placement Services

is pleased to announce its board of directors for 2013-14: Greg Brodsky, Gerald Kalef, Norm Magnusson, Dalvinder Obhi, Paul Newman, Jerome Phomin. Heather Ferguson, Heather MacKenzie, Gerry Friesen, Lori Wolstencroft, Stacey Singbeil, and honorary directors Rolf Martin and Hazel Meredith.

 

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 21, 2013 B7

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