Kawartha Pine Ridge District Faculty Board trustees have appointed Gail Nyberg to provide as the consultant for Clarington.
The appointment, designed official during a particular board meeting held on Tuesday (March 1), will be for the balance of the electoral term, ending Oct. 24.
In accordance with the provincial Education and learning Act, eligible neighborhood customers ended up invited to implement for the trustee place in Clarington that was vacated earlier this yr by Sarah Bobka.
Bobka represented Clarington for seven years together with her colleague, trustee Cathy Abraham. In her letter of resignation to the board on Jan. 3, Bobka said her experience has been “fulfilling,” presenting “many rich understanding and management possibilities,” together with the prospect to serve the board as the vice-chairperson for quite a few years.
She remaining the college board to pursue an additional possibility.
In addition to representing her local community at the board desk, Nyberg will also just take in excess of Bobka’s seat at the board’s source and mum or dad involvement committees.
“We ended up inspired by the wonderful desire we had in this role and lengthen our sincere thanks to the many worthy applicants for the situation. We believe that this is an indication of the importance our communities place on a robust community instruction process,” says board chair Diane Lloyd. “After reviewing a quantity of capable candidates, we are really happy to welcome Gail to the board. She is a former trustee who provides a excellent wealth of expertise and information of community schooling to the function. We are self-assured she will be a positive addition to our board, and worthy agent for the location and our learners.”
A resident of Bowmanville, Nyberg is a previous trustee of the East York Board of Training and Toronto District University Board, the place she served as chairperson. Nyberg retired in 2018 soon after 12 decades as executive director of the Each day Bread Food stuff Bank, Canada’s premier foodstuff bank and foods distribution hub. From 2003 to 2005, Nyberg also served at the Federation of Metro Tenants’ Association, using the services of, education and controlling hotline workers, co-ordinating the place of work and controlling tenant associations and memberships.
Her situation took result on Wednesday (March 2).