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Sacha R. Paul

of Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP has been elected to the 2014 Misericordia Health Centre Foundation board of directors.

Shirley Muir

president of The PRHouse is pleased to announce Kym Dopheide, former CBC national producer and production manager at Frantic Films, has joined the PRHouse team as its in-house video producer and trainer. The PRHouse's team knows their clients will benefit from Dopheide's three decades of award-winning video production (24Hours Almanac, CBC National News, Coleman and Company, Living Winnipeg and many other productions). She is responsible for video production for the PRHouse's commercial and non-profit clients as well as teaching video workshops for novices learning to improve amateur video for their business websites.

COMPANIES

Think Shift

welcomes the newest addition to its account services team, Anthony Gindin. Formerly with CropLife International in Brussels, Belgium, and the Canola Council of Canada, Gindin brings considerable experience in marketing, communications and global agriculture. His diverse experience includes copywriting, graphic design, brand strategy, video production, event planning and website development.

Prophet Business Group Ltd.

welcomes Mark Hill to its growing team of Microsoft Dynamics GP accounting software consultants. Hill is a graduate of business administration from Southampton Solent University in the U.K. and is currently working towards completion of the Certified General Accountants (CGA) Manitoba program. He brings a wealth of accounting experience, having worked for more than 10 years in a wide variety of roles and industries. His addition to Prophet's team brings tremendous value to its clients as the company continues to grow. Prophet Business Group is a Winnipeg technology company providing Microsoft Dynamics software and a broad range of IT services.

BOARDS

CKUW Campus Radio at the University of Winnipeg

elected its board of directors of the Winnipeg Campus/Community Radio Society: community representatives Daniel Emberg, Dave Ferguson, Kelly Morris and Wendy Hart (secretary); student representatives Anna Sigrithur, Sam Neal and Zach Fleisher (chairman); UWSA representative Rorie John McLeod Arnould (treasurer) and faculty/staff representative Kent Davies.

The Manitoba Chapter of Meeting Professionals International

is pleased to announce its 2013-14 board of directors: president -- Chris Schwark, Credit Union Central of Manitoba; vice-president, finance -- Doren Roberts, Winnipeg Art Gallery; vice-president, membership -- Brian Glow, Corporate Entertainment Productions Inc; vice-president, education -- T.J. Johnson, International Legal Technology Association; director of business development -- Tracy Dandeneau, Delta Winnipeg; director of monthly programs -- Philippe Kwon, Canadian Event Production Services; chapter manager -- Lise Carbonneau, Whirlwind Enterprises.

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ

has elected the following members to its management board for 2014: Sachit Mehra, chairman; David Stone, vice-chairman; Darren Downey, secretary; Cindy Bale, treasurer; Steven Paulus, member at large; Debbie O'Bray, member at large; Coun. Jenny Gerbasi, City of Winnipeg representative; Calvin Polet; Eileen Kirton; Paul Surrette; Ari Driver; Trevor Buhnai; Kwok Ngan; Richard Walls; Brigitte Burgoyne and Daniela Curcio.

The Royal Commonwealth Society, Manitoba branch

has elected its new board of directors and officers for 2014: president, Murray Burt; vice-president, Dwight MacAulay; secretary-treasurer, Elizabeth Burt. Directors: Fee Mounteer, Henry Trachtenberg, Louise Evaschesen, Robert Jackson, Gary Solar and Colin Briggs.

 

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 20, 2014 B6

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