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The Holland College board of governors has announced the appointment of Gordon MacInnis to the position of vice-chairman.
New to the board is Dylan Mullally, Lori Dawson and Ryan Campbell.
MacInnis became a member of the finance committee and the board of governors in October 2017.
In addition to his new appointment, MacInnis is now chairman of the finance committee.
He is a former educator and elementary school principal and served as an elected member of the province's Executive Council as minister in several portfolios from 1986 to 1996. As well, he developed and operated a successful tourism business from the mid 70s until 2014. He has also served on a number of tourism related boards.
Mullally was appointed to the board in September 2019 as a government representative.
He is currently on leave from the position of principal of Charlottetown Rural High School, and is serving as the administrator support leader, secondary and intermediate level with the P.E.I. Department of Education and Lifelong Learning. He will also serve on the board’s program committee.
Dawson has also been appointed to the board of governors and the finance committee.
She is a retired CPA and CA and has extensive financial experience and a life-long interest in P.E.I.’s education system. She plays an active role as volunteer in her community and possesses valuable business experience from the private and public sectors.
Campbell, a student from the college’s construction electrical program located on the Summerside Waterfront Campus, has also been appointed to the board.
Michael O’Brien has served as the board’s since 2017 and will continue to work closely with MacInnis, and looks forward to working with all members over the coming year.
Penny Walsh-McGuire is taking a one-year planned leave of absence from the board.