He quickly established international interest in his high-end women's collection and jewelry and accessories. In , Elle Canada listed Hardy as one of the top 10 designers in Canada. Paul welcomes new opportunities and has taken on commissions in interior design, collaboration with Alberta Ballet by designing the costumes for Sarah Mclachlan's Fumbling Towards Ecstasy Ballet, represented Canada at international tours in China and Japan, designed a commemorative white hat for the th anniversary of the Calgary Stampede and later became creative director of their merchandise department.
In addition to refining his skills and growing his company, Paul devotes time to humanitarian work in Africa, motivational speaking, supporting the arts, and running international marathons. She currently chairs the Governance Committee. She has broad experience with large, international, for-profit boards and on not-for profit boards and organizations. She is a retired corporate lawyer with 30 years of counsel and executive experience in domestic and international companies in the private and public sectors, most recently as Associate General Counsel, Agrium Inc.
Her corporate responsibilities included mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, compliance and best practices, and dispute resolution. Kathryn's volunteer work includes as a director of Theatre Calgary, where she currently sits on the Nominating and Governance Committee Chair and on the Executive Committee. She has been a sessional lecturer at the University of Calgary, teaching international trade law.
She is a graduate of the University of Windsor and the University of Guelph. For almost a decade, Todd taught economics at the University of Calgary. Todd provides economic commentary for many Canadian media outlets. Kruger started his career with ExxonMobil in in Houston, Texas, and held various technical, supervisory, and management positions throughout the United States. Over the last 35 years, he has led projects around the world in a number of countries and regions, including Malaysia, Africa, the Middle East and the former Soviet Union.
In , Mr. A native of Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mr. Kruger holds a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Minnesota and a Master's degree in business administration from the University of Houston. Howe Institute's Energy Policy Council.
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He is also a long-standing supporter of the United Way, having served as a director of the United Way of Calgary and Area for a number of years and as Co-Chair of the Calgary-wide campaign. He previously owned Corpen Group, and has served in senior and executive roles in international consulting and with various orders of government. He started his formal career as a naval operations officer and remains in the military as current head of the Forces' Public Affairs Branch Primary Reserve.
John has taught at four Canadian colleges and universities. In the s John was a historic interpreter for Parks Canada, and in he co-wrote the national best-seller Moose Jaw: People, Places, History , which won a Government of Saskatchewan heritage award for its interpretation of western Canadian history. He is a designated member of the Institute of Corporate Directors. Jim is a native Calgarian and a fourth generation Albertan.
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Jim worked in the petroleum sector for 30 years recently retiring from Nexen Energy ULC where he held various technical and management assignments in Calgary and Yemen. Jim is an avid collector of western Canadian antiques and folk art and Canadian art. He is passionate about community and the arts. A professional with a depth of corporate and non-profit experience, Zai Mamdani leverages her education and experience to provide strategic leadership and operational guidance. Zai is active in both the corporate and non-profit sectors.
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She provides leadership and guidance at Strategic Group, the company she co-founded, in support of the organization's vision for community partnerships and corporate sponsorships. Building upon the strengths of the organizations she is passionate about, Zai has a demonstrated track record of identifying and capitalizing on new opportunities.
She is particularly interested in organizations that advocate for the Arts being an integral part of building thriving and inclusive communities. Zai and her family live in Calgary. Middleton is an experienced, high performing Partner and Managing Director at the Boston Consulting Group BCG - a leading management consultancy advising clients in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors around the world. Ross enjoys building, leading and working within winning teams and brings a natural curiosity for complex problems, a highly collaborative and open working style, and a willingness to challenge the status-quo.
Ross is deeply engaged in the communities in which he lives. Within Calgary, Ross is presently a Board Member of Tourism Calgary and of Beakerhead - an organization devoted to nurturing a passion for science.
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Contact us! Eventually, he relapsed into long-festering drug abuse and, then, into what he says was narcotics-fueled criminal behavior. KyCIR exposed two other such cases last year. In one, Carrollton police removed a mentally ill man from jail in April and put him on a bus bound for Florida. The police chief and an officer were later indicted , and are awaiting trial.
In the other, year-old Derrick Rose hanged himself in the Grant County jail in after being arrested for violating a banishment order. Denver Stewart appears to be another extreme example of the consequences of banishment. None of those cited by the appellate court as having a hand in the injustices heaped upon Stewart would discuss his case with KyCIR.
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He declined to say why. He did everything he was supposed to do, and every time he turned around, he got knocked down. In prison, Stewart has attained community-custody status, which allows him to work outside the fence.
He has completed drug rehab and reconnected with his religious faith. He is eligible for parole in March. I accepted that agreement because I had a young wife, a young child….
I was locked up… for smoking a little pot. Just simple things: clothing and food, a candy bar here and there, a soda pop. I got faith, I got sobriety and I got a support system through people who are no blood relation to me, people who have shown love…Christian love….