(Sept. 5, 2002, Gazette)
As a parent and educator, Hayward Blake feels that university
must continue to play a prominent role in this province. A graduate
of Memorial University, (B.Ed. M.Ed.) he is a past member of the Board
of Regents who has his professional roots in education. Mr. Blake
has been recognized with such prestigious awards as the Canadian Principal
of the Year, and actively strives to better his community.
The chance to help Memorial excel is how Leigh Borden,
BA (Hons.), MA, describes her primary goal as a Board of Regents member.
A former president and vice-president of Memorial Universitys
student union, she played an integral role in the realization of the
universitys new student centre, and has been actively involved
with student life at every level. Ms. Borden currently works in communications
in Ontarios Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Recreation.
Memorial University has been home to Lisa Browne, BA, MBA, both professionally
and academically. She has worked diligently as operations manager
of Memorial Universitys Opportunity Fund, and as organizer of
several alumni events in Toronto, toward the betterment of her alma
mater. Currently, she is director of communications with the Peninsulas
Health Care Corporation.
Calvin Butt has experienced Memorial University from every angle.
As a student, (BA (Ed) BA, Grad. Dip. Ed. M.Ed.), instructor, member
and former vice-chair of the Board of Regents, vice-president of the
Alumni Association, and founding president of the Baccelieu Trail
Alumni Chapter, he consistently gives back to his alma mater.
With 25 years experience in the electric utility industry, Earl Ludlow,
B.Eng., MBA, is vice-president of engineering and operations at Newfoundland
Power Inc., and has served as a member of Memorial Universitys
Engineering and Applied Science Advisory Council. His diverse community
and industry involvement furnish Mr. Ludlow with a strong sense of
Memorial Universitys unique place in the community.
Commitment, leadership and vision are all words that can be used to
describe Andrea Quinlan. A graduate of Memorial University and the
University of Colorado, B. Comm. BA, M.Sc., she is chief operating
officer of the Newfoundland Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation
in St. Johns. She is a member of the Canadian College of Health
Service Executives, and the Senior Administration and Leadership Teams.