Alumni Association Advisory Committee

Bringing you a great alumni experience

The NAIT Alumni Association Advisory Committee (AAAC) is responsible for advising on and providing strategic direction of the services, events and programming offered to NAIT's alumni.

AAAC members act as ambassadors to help foster a mutually beneficial relationship between NAIT and its alumni community by recruiting members and promoting special events and services to fellow alumni.

Volunteer as a committee member

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Alumni Association Advisory Committee members

Name Occupation NAIT Program
Avery Armstrong Landscape Architectural Technologist, WSP Canada Landscape Architectural Technology ‘18
Moe Barzagar Partner, Hibco Construction and First General Construction Engineering Technology ‘17
Don Boomer Retired APP-Plumber/Gasfitter ‘87
Steven Brochu Owner, MilkCrate Culinary Arts '06

Erin Chalmers

Anchor/Producer, Global Edmonton Radio & Television - Television '02
Jody Gylander Director, Connect Property Group Inc.

Business Administration-Entrepreneurship and Innovation '23, APP Electrician '07

Andy Karesa

President, blueBell Village

B-Tech in Technology Management ’16, Instrumentation Engineering Technology ’12
Carolyn Kincade Osseointegration Technologist, Institute for Reconstructive Sciences in Medicine B-Tech in Technology Management '17,
Dental Laboratory Technology '07
Dawn La​meman Facilitator and High School Grad Coach, Edmonton Catholic School Division - Braided Journeys Program BBA ’16; Business Administration-Accounting ‘12
Jenna Luczak Vice President, External, NAIT Students' Association Graphic Communications '19
Justin Nand  Intermediate Accountant, Pace Technologies Inc. BBA '16, Business Administration-Finance '13
Vy Nguyen Web Developer, City of Edmonton Digital Media & IT '21
Claire Seo Technical Training Manager, EPCOR Occupational Health and Safety '19

Ooks Hockey Alumni Association

The NAIT Ooks Hockey Program has had a tradition of excellence that has stood the test of time. From its very first year in 1965, it has consistently produced an elite level of competition matched by few in Canadian College Hockey.

If you are a former player, trainer, manager or coach from the NAIT Ooks Men’s Hockey Program, the Ooks Hockey Alumni Association (OHAA) wants to hear from you! Register to become an OHAA member and get updates on fundraising efforts, social functions and the current team’s season.

Visit the Ooks Hockey Alumni Association website

Ooks Hockey Association group photo