The Board of Governors uses a policy governance model.

Public board members are appointed by a Government of Alberta Order in Council and typically serve a three-year term of office with the opportunity to serve an additional three-year term. Internal representatives (i.e. the academic, non-academic and student members) are elected by their constituency group and appointed directly by the Minister of Advanced Education for terms outlined in the Post-secondary Learning Act.


Board schedule

Board meetings start at 4:30 p.m. in the college boardroom (CE2341). You will find our schedule for the 2020-21 academic year below:

2020

  • Tuesday, September 8
  • Tuesday,October 27
  • Tuesday, November 24

2021

  • Tuesday, February 2
  • March 22-23 - Board Retreat
  • Tuesday, April 27
  • Tuesday, June 8

Current agenda

Our next Board of Governors meeting will be on Tuesday, February 2. The meeting will be held virtually. If you would like to request access the public portion of the meeting, please contact the board secretary.

The agenda can be found here approximately one week before the meeting.

Please direct all media inquiries to Paul Kingsmith - 403-320-3200 ext. 5211 or paul.kingsmith@lethbridgecollege.ca, and all other inquiries to Kristen DeMone - 403-320-3209 or kristen.demone@lethbridgecollege.ca.


Board members

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Michael Marcotte

Board chair

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Kristine Cassie

Vice chair

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Brenda Brindle

Vice chair

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Paula Burns

President and CEO

 

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Open Position

Public member

 

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Open Position

Public member

 

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Open Position

Public Member

 

Karri Flatla

Karri Flatla

Public member

 

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Jennifer Davis

Academic member

 

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Open Position

Non-academic member

 

Emil Cipion

Student member

 

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Open Position

Student member

 


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Board Secretary

Kristen DeMone

Board mandate

The Board of Governors of Lethbridge College is established under the Post-secondary Learning Act (Statutes of Alberta, 2003 Chapter P-19.5).

Our Lethbridge College Mandate and Roles is developed collaboratively with the Minister of Advanced Education, reflecting a common understanding of respective roles and responsibilities. A full listing of our board bylaws is available here.