Wider Horizons

Lethbridge College graduates continue to populate the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce and BDO’s list of the Top 40 under 40. Receiving recognition the last four months were:

Kelly Cabrera (Massage Therapy 2010)

Kelly has been a registered massage therapist for 10 years and co-owns 4 Elements Massage Clinic with her husband, Jesús. Kelly has worked with Lethbridge College as a practicum assistant instructor and currently sits on the Massage Therapy diploma program advisory committee.

Chris DeLisle (Electrician Apprenticeship 2008)

Throughout his career as an electrician, Chris always had a passion for teaching people new things and helping them achieve their goals. Previously the chair of the Wind Turbine Technician program at Lethbridge College and now as senior training manager at Goldwind Americas, Chris is crafting a new generation of wind energy professionals while serving as a recognized expert voice on renewable energy and wind turbines.

Jefferson Gardner (Business Administration-Management 2009)

Jefferson is the co-founder of TaDuler Corp. and co-founder and CEO of Inbridge Inc. Having worked in 10 industries and seven countries and consulted for large corporations as well as foreign governments in areas of operations, strategy, marketing, automation, concept development and technology has given him a wide range of expertise to draw from.

Simon Restrepo Munoz (Civil Engineering Technology 2016)

Simon is dedicated to expanding his family business, We Clean, so that he can create more well-paying jobs and provide opportunity to other immigrants. Simon supports not-for-profit groups in Lethbridge such as the Lethbridge Latin American Association to grow these groups and showcase Latin American culture to the people of Lethbridge.

Vicki Pietras (Interior Design Technology 2010)

Vicki is the interior design lead for Songer Architecture Inc. She recently had the opportunity to work as the interior design lead for the renovation of the Genevieve E. Yates Memorial Centre and found breathing new life into the iconic Lethbridge building to be incredibly rewarding.

Dominika Wojcik (Business Administration – Management 2008)

Dominika wears many hats. As assistant manager of Conference and Event Services at the University of Lethbridge, she is responsible for facilitating the planning and coordinating the details of conferences held on campus. In September 2019, she embarked on a new adventure when she became co-owner of Organic Tan Lethbridge. She has served on the YWCA Lethbridge and District board for over four years, and presently serves as board co-president.

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