CCO welcomes the 2016-2017 Board of Directors


Career Colleges Ontario is excited to introduce its 2016-2017 Board of Directors. The new board was elected during the Annual General Meeting, which took place on Wednesday, June 15, in Blue Mountains.

CCO is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, which consists of up to 16 elected Career College owners and managers. The composition of the board reflects the diversity in the sector, with owners and managers coming from varied backgrounds and college sizes.

This year, we welcome three new additions to CCO’s Board of Directors: Rose Elia (Anderson College of Health, Business and Technology), George Hood (Herzing College) and Des Soye (Algonquin Careers Academy).

The 2016-2017 Executive Committee is comprised of John Nelson (Canadian Business College), Board Chair; Adriana Costenaro (Bryan College), Vice Board Chair; Luisa Tanzi (Trebas Institute), Treasurer; and JP Roszell (Academy of Learning College) will hold the fourth executive committee member position.

The Board of Directors will see the return of Stephen Bartolini (KLC College: Healthcare, Business, Education), Chris Bissylas (Willis College of Business, Health and Technology), Rodney D’Souza (CDI College of Business, Technology and Healthcare), Frank Gerencser (triOS College of Business Technology Healthcare), Greg Nichol (RCC Institute of Technology), Mark O’Shaughnessy (Institute of Technical Trades),  Adrian Sharma (Cestar College of Business, Health and Technology), Carmen Valero (Canadian College of Educators), and Meenakshi Vyas (Academy of Learning).

External Advisors to the 2016-2017 Board of Directors are Carol Bruni, Regulatory Matters; Cheryl Russell-Julien, Hands On Practical Solutions; Don Thibert, Don Thibert and Associates; and Terry Miosi, Quality Assessors International.

 


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