Candidates for Board of Directors, 2021 – 2022

AHNB Proposed Slate 2021-2022 / APNB Slate Proposeé 2021-2022          

Executive and Board Members remaining on the Board until completion of their terms are as follows: /  Les membres de l’exécutif et du conseil d’administration restant en fonction jusqu’à la fin de leur mandat sont les suivants :

Executive Committee / Comité Exécutive

President / La présidente                                         

Gerry Gillcash

1st Vice President / 1er vice-président       

Lawren Campbell

2nd Vice President / 2ème vice-président

Vacant

Treasurer / trésorier

Greg Fekner

Secretary/secrétaire 

Evelyn Fidler  

Past President / La présidente sortant

Gaëtane Saucier Nadeau

Board of Directors / Conseil d’administration

#1 – Alice Fudge

#2 – Aline Landry

#2 – Philippe Basque

Board members eligible to continue their terms and are offering to do so are as follows: / Les membres du conseil d’administration qui peuvent poursuivre leurs mandats et qui se proposent de le faire sont les suivants :

Board Member – Joan Pearce

Board Member – Lee Sochasky

Board Member – Pierre Cormier

Board Member – Dominique Gélinas

Current Nominations  /  Nominations en cours

Executive Committee / Comité Exécutive

2nd Vice President – Aline Landry

Board of Directors / Conseil d’administration

#1 – Ken Walker (Miramichi)

Ken Walker is a member of the Board of Directors of Friends of Beaubears Island and a volunteer at the site and the interpretive centre.  He hosts tours to the Island, assists at the interpretive centre and has created a number of video presentation on the ecology and natural aspects of the Island.  You can see these on Facebook.  He has also researched and published on the history of the Island.  Shawn McCarthy suggested Ken as a potential addition to our Board.

#2 – Jeremy Mouat (Fredericton Heritage Trust)

Jeremy Mouat is President of Fredericton Heritage Trust.  He is retired from his position as history professor at the University of Alberta with a particular interest in labour and working class history.  He was involved in preservation of built heritage in his community of Camrose, Alberta, advocating for what was a successful initiative to restore the City’s theatre, and at the provincial level in various projects including work on a province-wide inventory of heritage buildings.  His family has roots in  Saint John.

 

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