In January of 2014 the Foundation has gained two new Governors.
Krista Bolton was appointed to the Foundation on behalf of the Real Estate Council of Alberta.
Krista is a Chartered Mediator with a practice focused on family mediation and specializing in the management of complex family issues. Her education includes a Bachelor of Science Degree in Linguistics from the University of Victoria, certification in Conflict Management from the ADR Institute of Alberta, and ongoing education toward a certificate in Tribunal Administrative Justice.
Krista currently serves on the Real Estate Council of Alberta as the public member appointed by council. Some of her RECA committee work has included governance, hearings and finance and audit. She also sits on hearings and appeal panels as a public member.
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Jamal Ramjohn was elected as a Public Appointee
Jamal has spent much of his land use planning career in the private sector, helping a diverse range of governmental, corporate, First Nation and development clients. He holds a Bachelor of Design in Environmental Planning from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and Master of Design in Planning from the University of Calgary. He is a Registered Professional Planner (Alberta), Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners and is presently a Senior Planner in New Community Planning at The City of Calgary.
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The Foundation is pleased to welcome Krista and Jamal to the Board. Both new Governors will serve for 3 year terms.