Carlton Trail Regional College is governed by these board members.
||Luz Marina Dominguez
Regina Beach, SK
||Dr. Ivan Yackel
|Director of Finance
|Director of Administration
|Director of Programs
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Denis Bergerman, a resident of Muenster, is a current board member of Horizon School Division. He has 35 years experience as an educator and school principal.
Mr. Bergerman is a former member of several boards including George Bailey Addictions Counselling Centre as well as parish and school councils. He has also been a volunteer with several community organizations.
Martin Chicilo is Regional Director of Operations for First Nations and Inuit Health with Health Canada. He is a former Acting Director General and Director of Community Adjustment and Development for Western Economic Diversification
Mr. Chicilo has served as a volunteer with several organizations including President of TCU Place, Saskatoon; President and Board Member of the Saskatoon Housing Initiatives Partnership; and Treasurer of Community Development Society of Saskatoon.
He lives in Regina Beach.
Luz Marina Dominguez
Luz Marina Dominguez is an independent consultant. Previously, Ms. Dominguez was a university professor for 31 years in post-graduate and master degree programs in marketing at the University of Columbia and a former program director in marketing, advertising and international business.
Ms. Dominguez lives in Wynyard and does volunteer work with the Kinettes, Golden Acres Auxiliary, United Nations and Amnesty International, and serves as an Honorary Ambassador for the Saskatchewan Ambassadors Program.
Glen Hepp has 30 years experience as an educator, school principal and college supervisor at the University of Saskatchewan.
Mr. Hepp is vice-chair of the board of the Conexus Credit Union of Saskatchewan and has served as chair of the organization’s governance committee. He is a past president of Heartland Credit Union in Humboldt.
He lives in Humboldt.
Leon Winkel, a resident of Humboldt, has been an educator and school principal for 35 years. Mr. Winkel is a former member of Humboldt City Council and served as chair of the city’s Public Works Committee and Leisure Services Committee.
He has been involved in numerous community organizations including Humboldt Minor Baseball and the Humboldt and District Museum.