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Board of Directors

The PEMAC Board of Directors is made up of a number of elected directors (between 5 and 15 as set by the Board) each serving a three year term. Each year approximately 1/3 of the Board rotates off and elections are held for those director positions.

The Board selects the executive team (President, Vice President and Acting Chairs) at the first meeting following the AGM each year.

The Board of Directors is overseeing the implementation of the latest strategic plan.

President

Jean-Pierre Pascoli

Director, Asset Management & Reliability
Cameco Corporation

Vice President

Susan Lubell

Principal Consultant
Steppe Consulting Inc.

Rotating Chairs

James Kovacevic

Principal Instructor
Eruditio LLC

Chris Murphy

Principal Consultant
Encompass Value

Treasurer

Richard Olver

Retired
Retired

Directors

Paul Baker

Reliability Specialist
CRED Consulting Inc.

Mike Crowell

Director of Maintenance
Irving Paper Limited

Rob Lash

Consultant

Bill Mercer

Plant Manager, Goreway Power Station and York Energy Centre
Capital Power

Cliff Williams

TMS Asset Management

 

PEMAC Board News

PEMAC Member Opportunity to Participate in Competency Framework Development

Volunteer Opportunity

Seeking PEMAC members to participate in a Competency Framework Development Project

PEMAC has secured the services of a competency specialist to guide the development of a competency framework for PEMAC to cover a broad range of maintenance management and asset management-related roles.

Just released: PEMAC 2019 - 2020 Annual Report!

Introduction

The year from July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020 was something of a turning point in PEMAC’s history.

2019 - 2020 AGM

PEMAC members gathered online Tuesday, January 12th, 20201 for PEMAC's 2019-2020 Annual General Meeting. During the meeting, PEMAC shared a report of performance and achievements during the 2019 - 2020 period. 

Board of Directors 2021 Election - Results

Thank you to all of the members who participated in this year's Board of Director's election. Final voter turnout in the election was 24.7%.  Here's how that stacks up compared to recent performance: