2018 Apra Canada Board Elections
Information on candidates and a call to vote in the 2018 Apra Canada Election was e-mailed to the current Apra Canada membership on November 5. Note that only current Apra Canada members are eligible to vote in the election. If you are a current member and did not receive this e-mail, please contact the Apra Canada Secretary.
There are 10 candidates running for election to the board of Apra Canada in 2018 (listed alphabetically by last name):
- Jessica Blencoe, Lakeridge Health Foundation (Oshawa, ON)
- Cheryl Dalwood, Global Philanthropic Canada (Calgary, AB)
- John Hermans, University of Toronto (Toronto, ON)**
- Kelly Langerfield, Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation (Markham, ON)
- Mary MacLeod Lindsay, University of Guelph (Guelph, ON)
- Sarah Marcotte, SickKids Foundation (Toronto, ON)
- Cristina Naccarato, Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto, ON)
- Huzefa Rashid, University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon, SK)
- Katherine Scott, Canadian Red Cross (York, ON)*
- Steven Sorensen, University of Alberta (Edmonton, AB)**
*Running for a second term on the board
**Running for a third term on the board
Returning Apra Canada board members in 2018/2019 (fulfilling the second year of their current term) are:
- Selene Hur, President (YMCA of Greater Toronto, Toronto, ON)
- Sarah Anderson, Secretary (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC)
- Corinne Hynes, Director of Membership (Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS)
- Alexandra Basen, Director of Professional Development (Nature Conservancy of Canada, Toronto, ON)
- Sheila (Shea) Larin, Director of Communications (Trillium Health Partners Foundation, Toronto, ON)
- Melanie Fulop, Member-at-Large (Kidney Foundation of Canada, Ottawa, ON)
The election poll will close on Monday, November 26th at 11:59 PM EST. Election results will be announced to the membership in early December.
Further information on the Apra Canada Board Election process can be found here.
Prospect Research in Canada: An Essential Guide for Researchers and Fundraisers
Intended for fundraisers and researchers just starting out with prospect research, this book is an invaluable resource for those needing to establish training and guidelines for their organization or educational programs. It also offers a wealth of information for those from the private sector who realize the unique skill sets required to successfully conduct research in Canada.
In this book, 30 skilled contributors share their front-line experiences in the field of prospect research. Through their words and knowledge they reveal why Canadian researchers are not only specialists in their field, but also passionate about ethics and standards and continually improving a profession that they love.
Edited by Tracey Church and Liz Rejman, this book was made possible due to the generous sponsorship support of Apra Canada (Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement, Canada).
On behalf of Apra Canada, we would like to thank you by offering a discount promo code for Apra Canada's book: Prospect Research in Canada: An Essential Guide for Researchers and Fundraisers.
Please contact Sheila Larin for the discount promo code.