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Media Bulletin - Manitoba

November 14, 2017

PROVINCE ANNOUNCES NEW APPOINTMENTS TO RED RIVER COLLEGE BOARD OF GOVERNORS



Manitoba Education and Training advises it has appointed five new members to the Red River College board of governors.

Ashley Richard (Winnipeg) is an associate with Leaders & Co./Higgins Executive Search.  She was a recipient of the Pauline and Roger Presland Scholarship and the 20th Anniversary Manitoba Aboriginal Youth Achievement Award, and holds a bachelor of commerce degree in Aboriginal business studies and economic development from the University of Manitoba’s Asper School of Business.  She previously worked as a project co-ordinator for the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba and for the Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development.

Greg Burch (Winnipeg) currently works as a senior advisor for DFH Public Affairs.  His responsibilities include providing advice on public affairs, strategic communications and public relations to a diverse base of clients including major resource firms and provincial trade organizations.  He has previous experience directing and managing communications for a variety of organizations such as the Health Sciences Centre Foundation and has volunteered as a coach for youth hockey.

Jeff Doneza (Winnipeg) is the assistant controller for 24-7 Intouch Contact Centers.  He previously served as corporate controller for People Corporation.  He has also served in the community through volunteer work including as treasurer for the Manitoba Filipino Business Council.

In addition, Douglas Andrew Warren has been appointed to the board as the new employee representative and Lauren Slegers has been appointed as the new student representative on the board.

Warren has been a Red River College instructor for 12 years teaching math and sciences for the construction trades program.  He is a professional engineer who worked for 19 years in industry.

Slegers is a graduate of Red River College’s business administration program and is continuing her studies in business while she fulfils her term as student association president.

Manitoba Education and Training thanked outgoing members for their service to the board.

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