Sarnia, ON, July 18, 2012 – Judith Morris, President & CEO, Lambton College is pleased to announce the appointment of Ann Everatt as Vice President, Academic.
Over the past several years Everatt has been in the role of Vice President, Academic at Keyano College in Fort McMurray, Alberta. She brings a tremendous amount of experience working in concert with the various oil sands producers, contractors and the rapidly expanding communities of Fort McMurray. She has created a platform for relevant and quality programs, exceptional student and customer service as well as the integration of applied research and experiential learning.
Everatt also has experience at both Fanshawe College in London, Ontario and Northern College in Timmins, Ontario working in the areas of Continuing Education, Cooperative Education, Student Services as well as other academic and service areas. Further, she has an extensive background working with the Aboriginal community in Ontario, Alberta and the Northwest Territories.
Everatt’s academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts with a specialization in Adult Education and a Master of Arts with a specialization in Leadership.
"After a comprehensive national search, Ms. Everatt was our choice," said Judith Morris, President and CEO, Lambton College. "Ann has vast and successful experience as Vice President at Keyano College and has made significant contributions at Fanshawe and Northern College where she has displayed strong leadership and dedication."
Everatt will begin her new role at Lambton College on August 20, 2012.
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