New Public Member
of APEGGA Council
Stan Souch, PhD
of APEGGA Council
Of APEGGA Public Members
government has named Judy Williams as a Public Member of APEGGA
for a three-year term and has reappointed Stan Souch, PhD, for another
who is the sole owner of the Solution Group, a Calgary-based communications
management consulting firm, formerly served as a public representative
with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta. She replaces Michael
Stevens-Guille Public, an APEGGA Public Member since 1997.
a resident of Edmonton, is a former president of the Northern Alberta
Institute of Technology and has varied experience as an educator -- including
as a public school teacher, university lecturer and administrator. He
also has served as assistant deputy minister of Alberta Department of
Advanced Education and Manpower.
has previously been employed as an assistant vice-president of TELUS Corporation,
as a senior communications officer with the Calgary Regional Health Authority,
and as executive director of the Petroleum Communication Foundation. She
is actively involved in the community and has served as member of the
Management Advisory Committee of the Faculty of Business at the University
The third Public Member of APEGGA Council, Hugh Planche, was appointed
in 1999. Public Members of Council provide an outside perspective during
Council deliberations and actively engage in Council debates and votes.
appointments and one reappointment have also been announced of Public
Members for APEGGA boards and committees having provision for such appointees.
George Jones, P.Ag, of Sherwood Park, a Public Member of the Appeal Board
since 1997, has been re-appointed for a further two years.
founder and operator of P L Earth Systems Inc., a Calgary environmental
consulting business, has been named to the Investigative Committee for
a former city manager in Red Deer and former president and general manager
of Redpath Consultants, a division of Redpath Sugars Ltd., will serve
three years on the Practice Review Board.
ALS, of Edmonton, a former president of the Alberta Land Surveyors Association
and vice-president of Focus Urban Consulting, is named to the Discipline
Committee for three years.
PhD, of Calgary holds a doctorate in biology and has worked with a number
of consulting firms and TransAlta as an expert in environmental assessment
and regulatory affairs. He is to serve three years on the Board of Examiners.