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Misericordia Health Centre
Corp. members 2018-19: chairman, Raymond Cadieux; secretary, P. Michael Sinclair; and Most Reverend Richard J. Gagnon; Kaye E. Dunlop; and Paul A. Mahon. Board of directors 2018-19: chairman, Michael Radcliffe; vice-chairman, Charlie Burns; secretary, Peri Venkatesh; past chairwoman, Maria Grande. Members, Reverend W. Richard Arsenault; Daniel A.J. Bernard; Bruce Birchard; Bonnie Goertzen; Alan Kowalec; Art Martin; Diana McMillan; Dr. Kathleen Pickard; Mary Shariff; and Curt Vossen. Foundation board of directors 2018-19: chairwoman, Lisa Stiver; vice-chairwoman, Dr. Michelle Georgi; finance chairman, Craig Schatkowsky. Members, Tracey Code; Bev De’Athe; Matthew Duffy; Jane Emslie; Dr. Jennifer Rahman; Brian Taillieu; and Carolyn Townsend.
Manitoba Bar Association
the professional association of lawyers, judges, law students and law professors, is pleased to announce its executive committee members for 2018/2019: president, Mark Toews, Deeley Fabbri Sellen Law Corp.; vice-president, Cynthia Lau, Great-West Life Assurance Co.; secretary/treasurer, Peter Kingsley, Legal Aid Manitoba — administrative office; director membership, Carli Owens, Christianson TDS Portage la Prairie; director public relations & advocacy, Ian Scarth, MLT Aikins LLP; and past president, Melissa Beaumont, Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP. Council members for 2018-19 are: Michael Akins, Kevin Antonyshyn, Karlee Blatz, Natasha Brown, Tony Cellitti, Grant Davis, Silvia de Sousa, George Derwin, Kelsey Desjardine, Andrea Doyle, Joshua Dyck, Karen Dyck, Jason Gisser, Tyler Grant, David Gray, Michael Jerch, Tanya Keller, Joel Lebois, Rhea Majewski, Rekha Malaviya, Candray Mehkary, Bryton Moen, Kara Moore, Kelli Potter, Jessica Schofield, Nick Slonosky, Derrick Stewart, Eugene Warwaruk, James Wishart, James Wood and Kristen Worbanski. Executive director, Stacy Nagle.
The Future Leaders of Manitoba
is pleased to announce its 2019 council members: Matt Erhard, president; Jessica Schofield, vice-president; Patricia Katz, past president; directors: Katerina Bletnitsky, Kathy Kerr, Jessica Kmiec, Kirah Sapong, Zayla Saunders, Andi Sharma and Mike Trakalo. The Future Leaders of Manitoba will hold its 11th annual awards reception on Jan. 24.
Bravestone Centre Inc.
announced its 2018-19 board of directors: Heather Hill, chairwoman; Aruna Hall, vice-chair; Tannis Buzza, treasurer; Kara Moore, secretary; Jonathan Webber, past chairman; and directors, Katherine Hallick, Michelle Vandenbroeck and Tanis Forsythe. Lori Rudniski, executive director.
The Metro Club of Winnipeg
announced its board of directors for the 2018-19 season. Past president, Brian Gagnon, First Glance Print & Service Ltd.; president, Neil Rykiss, Ryco Enterprises; executive vice-president and treasurer, Kfir Wasserman, Airsource; membership chairwoman, Tracy Dyck, S3 Interior Design Inc.; marketing, Ron Barsky, Bramer Automotive Centre; attendance, Misty McLandress, Just Junk; Speakers, Costas Cholakis, Broadway Florists; leads, Ron Mondor, Zantec Information Technology. The Metro Club is Winnipeg’s oldest Business Networking Organization and meets most Wednesdays at noon at the Fort Garry Hotel.
The Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals (CAIRP)
the national professional organization, CAIRP, created as a non-profit corporation in 1979 to advocate a fair, transparent and effective system of insolvency/restructuring administration throughout Canada, has recently appointed Richard W. Schwartz of Tapper Cuddy LLP to its board of directors at their AGM in Charlottetown.
Michael McMullen ICD.D, a resident of La Salle, was elected to the board of directors at the 2018 AGM. McMullen joins the board of Diabetes Canada with extensive board experience in the not-for-profit sector. He is a governor and a past chairman of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, and among other roles is currently vice-chairman of the Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce.
Keystone Speakers, Manitoba’s premier association of professional speakers, is pleased to announce that Greg Wood, president of the Magic of Leadership, was awarded the prestigious accredited speaker designation from Toastmasters International at their August 2018 convention in Chicago. Only 81 speakers have earned this designation since it was created in 1981. Wood is just the 11th Canadian and first Manitoban to receive the accredited speaker designation.
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