OACC Board of Directors 2012-2013


During the OACC Yours to Discover 2012 conference in Muskoka, association members elected a new Board of Directors.

The OACC would like to take this opportunity to extend a warm welcome to all our new and returning board members and wish them all the best for the coming year.

Returning for another year as President, Peter Dykstra of Medix School will be leading the Executive Committee. Dean Tremain of CDI College of Business, Technology and Health Care will take on the position of Vice President. Craig Donaldson of triOS College Business Technology Healthcare, and Don Thibert of Westervelt College will resume their former roles of Treasurer and Past President respectively.

The Board of Directors will see the return of Rupert Altschuler, Michael Bateman, Rui Cunha, Joe Gagliardi, Frank Gerencser, George Hood, Elizabeth Jeffers, Michele Presse, Larissa Voytek, and our two external advisors Carol Bruni and Cheryl Russell-Julien.

New to the Board this year are Emidio D’Alfonso of Herzing College, Mark Harrington of National Academy of Health and Business, and Carmen Valero of Canadian College of Educators.


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