Mark is a senior manager and practitioner in project management, information technology, and business. He has consulted to, or held leadership positions in, enterprises in the fields of Oil and Gas, Agriculture, Government (Municipal and Provincial Agency), Transportation, and Health Care. Experienced in both direct operation of small and medium size businesses, as well as operations and projects in large, complex, regulatory intensive organizations.
Proficient in business operations and process improvement including production operations, personnel management, financial management, and change management. Extensive success as a Project Manager leading large, complex, and high profile projects.
Mark lives and works in rural Alberta, and has a lifetime's experience in primary Agriculture.
Paul is the Senior Investment Attraction Officer, Capital and Equity, for Alberta's department of Agriculture and Forestry
In this role Paul provides leadership and support in advising clients in the development of company-specific investment attraction strategies and initiatives to attract capital and equity investments to Alberta's agriculture and agri-food sectors.
Paul is also an instructor at the University of Alberta.
Paul has a lifetime experience as an educator and leader in Agriculture in Alberta. Paul grew up on, and remains engaged with, the family farm.
Dale has lived and farmed in the Ponoka, Alberta area all of his life.
Dale was elected in 1993 as a member of the Reform Party of Canada in the riding of Wetaskiwin. He was re-elected in the 1997, 2000, and 2004 elections. Dale served as Chief Opposition Whip and Whip of the Conservative Party from 2002 to 2004.
Dale served on the board of Farm Credit Canada, which he chaired from 2012 to his retirement from the board in 2019.