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Marla Aronovitch has joined the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba as its grants and distributions officer. Aronovitch has extensive experience in the not-for-profit sector. She has worked with Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the Manitoba Opera, the Winnipeg Jewish Theatre and the Rady Jewish Community Centre.

 

COMPANIES

Imperial Properties has launched its revamped website to reflect its new branding strategy and expanded suite of services for property owners in the Winnipeg area. As part of its transition to becoming a true full-service firm, Imperial Properties has expanded its management portfolio to include condominiums, commercial properties and multi-family residential properties. Its new website showcases the firm's extensive professional accomplishments and capabilities, along with a new brand statement of "Real Values. Real Management."

 

Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada welcomes James D. Lee as resource development manager. Lee will take the lead in ensuring the organization has the funds and volunteer power to advance its nationwide advocacy work on behalf of those victimized by child sexual exploitation. With an extensive fund-development and sales background, he has held positions at the MS Society, Canadian Red Cross, Ducks Unlimited and the Kiwanis Club of Toronto.

 

BOARDS

The Manitoba Bar Association, the professional association of lawyers, judges, law students and law professors, announces its executive committee members for 2013-14: president: Scott Abel (Paterson Patterson Wyman & Abel); vice-president: Sofia Mirza (Fillmore Riley LLP); secretary-treasurer: Dean Scaletta (MPI legal department); director public relations and advocacy: Brad Regehr (D'Arcy & Deacon LLP); director membership: Kael McKenzie (Chapman Goddard Kagan); past-president: Karen Wittman (Hill Sokalski Walsh Trippier LLP). Council members for 2013-14 are: Todd Andres, Anne Barkman, Richard Beamish, Melissa Beaumont, Karlee Blatz, Josh Bokhaut, Trevor Brown, Melanie Bueckert, Tony Cellitti, Grant Davis, Silvia de Sousa, George Derwin, Bev Froese, Jennifer Goldenberg, Gary Goodwin, Andrea Hadley, Samir Hassan, Alain Huberdeau, Peter Kingsley, Therese Koturbash, Lisa LaBossi®re, Cynthia Lau, Richard Lonstrup, Kathleen McCandless, Carli Owens, Lawrence Pinsky, Kelli Potter, Uzma Saeed, Nick Slonosky, Derrick Stewart, Lisa Sumka, Maureen Terra, Mark Toews, Peter Tonge and James Wishart. Executive director: Stacy Nagle.

 

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 30, 2013 B7

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