The nomination process for our 2021 election is complete and candidates are preparing their messages. That means it’s time for you to start thinking about who to vote for in the upcoming APEGA Council election!
Two candidates seek the president-elect position for the 2021-2022 term and 16 others hope to serve three-year terms on Council. Four Council seats will be filled, with a fifth, one-year vacancy due to the election of the vice-president.
Last year, Brian Pearse, P.Eng. was voted in as president-elect, so he automatically advances to the presidency in 2021-2022.
You can vote for up to four candidates for Council and one for incoming president.
Note: The following list of candidates has been randomized, and will be posted in this order throughout the election process.
Incoming President (President-Elect)
- Lisa Doig, P.Eng.*
- Manon Plante, P.Eng.*
- Claudia Gomez-Villeneuve, P.Eng.*
- Jim McCuaig, P.Eng.*
- Michael Ross, P.Eng.
- Tim Hohm, P.Eng.
- Anirudh Kumar, P.Eng.
- Dave Rumbold, P.Eng.*
- David Tsuyuki, P.Eng.
- Wally Kozak, P.Eng.*
- Seema Makwana, P.Eng.*
- Victoria Wishart, P.Eng.*
- Dustin Baptist, P.Eng.*
- Tracey Stock, P.Eng.*
- Geoffrey Kneller, P.Eng.*
*recommended by the APEGA Nominating Committee
Electronic polling is open from February 8 to March 11, 2021. You’ll receive full details in early 2021.
Who Are the Candidates?
You’ll have plenty of opportunity to find out more about the candidates between now and voting time.
Professional highlights for each candidate will be added to this item and the election area of our website in January. We’ll also post video introductions of the candidates in mid-January.
To keep improving as a leader in self-regulation, APEGA relies on a diverse team of strategic thinkers to provide sound, visionary governance. It’s a key to our success, and you are part of the process.
Demonstrate your commitment and engagement to self-regulation by learning about candidates and voting during the election. Head into 2021 with a renewed commitment to your professions.
Be sure to vote, and be sure to encourage your professional peers to do the same.