It will soon be time for members to consider who to vote for in the 2023 APEGA Council election. The 2023 Council election application process is complete, and we have our list of successful candidates. Two candidates seek the president-elect position for the 2023-24 term, and six others hope to serve a three-year term on Council.
When the APEGA Council election kicks off in February, members will choose APEGA’s next president-elect (term beginning 2024), and the runner-up executive candidate will become the vice-president (term beginning 2023). Members will also vote for five candidates for Council from among the six possible candidates.
Manon Plante, P.Eng., who was voted as president-elect last year, will automatically assume the presidency in 2022-23 at the annual general meeting in April.
Note: The following list of candidates has been randomized and will be posted in this order throughout the election process.
Incoming President (2022-23 President-Elect)
- Manon Plante, P.Eng.
- Margaret Allan, P.Eng., P.Geo., FGC
- Tracey Stock, P.Eng.
- Jason Vanderzwaag, P.Eng.
- Geoffrey Kneller, P.Eng.
- Devarsh Sood, P.Eng.
- Ken Hawrelko, P.Eng.
- Mihaela Ciulei, P.Eng.
- Jeffrey Priest, P.Eng.
Voting opens February 6 and closes March 9. You’ll receive full details about all the candidates in late-January.
2023 Annual General Meeting
Successful candidates will begin their term at the 2023 AGM, scheduled to take place on Friday, April 28, 2023, in Calgary, Alberta.
Learning more about the candidates
You’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn more about the candidates before voting opens in February. We will add professional highlights for each candidate to the election section of our website, which will include a candidate statement, their answers to four important questions, their resume, and a short video introduction.
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 engagement and commitment to self-regulation by learning about the candidates and voting during the election to keep our strong, diverse Council equipped with the expertise needed to navigate any challenges that lie ahead. Be sure to vote and, where appropriate, encourage your professional peers to do the same.