24 October 2022 at 10:00AM
2022 AGM & PRESENTATION
AGM AND LUNCHEON PRESENTATION 2022
Date: Tuesday, November 22 2022
Time: 11:55 a.m. - 1:05 p.m.
Where: The virtual meeting will be held utilizing MS Teams. A link will be sent to all registrants prior to the meeting.
1. 11:55 Meeting opens
2. 12:00 AGM Call to order
3. Approval of agenda
4. Approval of minutes 2021
6. Introduction of 2021-22 leadership team
7. Recognition of outgoing officers
8. President’s remarks
9. Financial reports
10. Motions to dispense with financial audit and financial review for 2021
11.Election of Board members for 2023:
b. VP Professional Development
c. VP Membership
d. VP Marketing
d. VP Volunteers
12. 12:30 AGM Adjournment
13. 12:30 Announcements and Introductions
14. 12:30-12:55 – Presentation
15. 12:55-1:05 – Comments and Q&A
Elections: This year we have five board positions coming open for the 2023 term:
For more information on the specifics of each role, please see the positions Policies and Bylaws
If you are not familiar with our chapter elections process, here is a refresher:
We accept nominations for open positions until one week prior to the AGM; this year that is November 14. This gives the nominating committee enough time to prepare the list of candidates. All nominations should be communicated to Barb Cross (Immediate Past President) at email@example.com
Candidate information will be published to the membership one week prior to the AGM. At his/her discretion, the president will interview all candidates prior to the election.
The new board appointments take effect January 1, and new board members go through transition and training over the fall.
Presentation Topic: Woodland Wellness Centre – A project by a community, for a community
Speaker: Kyle Krushelniski, P.Eng., PMP (Senior Project Manager, March Consulting)
Speaker Biography: Kyle Krushelniski has been a project management professional since 2006 when he started employment with March Consulting Associates Inc. Kyle has executed projects in mining (potash, uranium, precious and base metals), agriculture and commercial infrastructure. This wide range of experience enables sharing best practices between the different sectors for better project outcomes.
Presentation Overview: The Woodland Wellness Centre is a unique facility for enabling mental wellness in Northern Saskatchewan. It is a project that had very passionate stakeholders with an intense desire to create positive outcomes for community members suffering from mental health issues. The design of the facility took into consideration cultural influences and treatment requirements.
Presentation Learning Objective: The presentation will focus on the benefits of community engagement in planning and implementing a wellness centre. The talent of Leadership will be discussed in the context of the Woodland Wellness Centre.