SAIT welcomes new School of Business dean, Athabasca Oil names new CFO, Carbon Copy Digital celebrates 35 years
Showing his commitment to lifelong learning, Ower is also just a few credits away from degrees in economics and law
by Jim Kerr
SAIT Polytechnic is welcoming a new dean for the institution’s School of Business. David Ower has experience in a number of fields, from running entrepreneurial startups to taking care of the Asia-Pacific and North American operations for publically listed companies. Ower holds a Bachelor of Applied Sciences in surveying, a graduate diploma of management and a Masters of Business Administration specializing in international business law. Showing his commitment to lifelong learning, Ower is also just a few credits away from degrees in economics and law.
- The government of Alberta has appointed Bob Lloyd to the council of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta as a public member. Lloyd has served as a board member for several organizations, including Teleglobe Canada and Churchill Corporation, as well as serving as an alternate to the NHL board of governors.
- Deep Well Oil & Gas is announcing the appointment of Malik Youyou to the position of vice-chairman. Youyou has been a director with the company since 2008 and has more than three decades worth of experience working internationally.
- Kim Anderson is the new CFO of Athabasca Oil, replacing Brent Heagy. Anderson previously worked for a Calgary-based mid-stream company and with Provident Energy where she held a number of positions including vice-president of, finance and investor relations.
- Questerre Energy has appointed Frank Walsh as its COO. Walsh has over three decades of experience in the oil and gas industry. The company also appointed Bill Gerber as vice-president of drilling, building out its Montney team.
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Carbon Copy Digital is celebrating 35 years in business in Western Canada. The company opened its doors in 1979 and made reprographics for architectural, engineering and construction clients, but has since greatly expanded and now serves clients in the educational, financial and energy service and production industries. Tony Militano purchased the company, which has operations in Calgary, Edmonton and Kelowna, from Morley Winnick in 2000. Today, Militano says, the company is providing managed services across Canada and coordinating print jobs in New York, London and Beijing.Related