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Dr. Glenn Feltham was appointed President and CEO of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in 2011.
"NAIT meets the current and emerging polytechnic needs of Alberta. We exist to serve this province and its people. Every deicision we make has been informed by this simple fact."
As NAIT’s sixth president Dr. Glenn Feltham has led the institute toward its vision of becoming one of the world’s leading polytechnics, with a focus on relevance and responsiveness. Under Dr. Feltham’s leadership, NAIT plays an essential role in strengthening Alberta’s and Canada’s economies through hands-on, technology-based education and applied research in partnership with industry.
Beyond his role as President and CEO of NAIT, Dr. Feltham has played a leading role in advancing the post-secondary system in Canada and Alberta. He was Chair of Polytechnics Canada, a national organization which works to elevate the place of polytechnic education and applied research in Canada, and advance our country’s skills agenda. He also Chaired the Council of Post-Secondary Presidents of Alberta (COPPOA). COPPOA works across all of Alberta’s post-secondary institutions to continue building the strongest possible system.
In accordance with the By-Laws of the NAIT Board of Governors, the responsibilities of the President and CEO are to:
Sue Fitzsimmons joined NAIT’s executive team as Vice-President Academic in 2016. Her portfolio expanded in 2019 and she assumed the role of Vice-President Academic and Provost.
Dr. Ray Block joined NAIT’s executive as Vice-President Administration & CFO in April 2011, following more than two decades in leadership.
Sandra Marocco was appointed Vice-President and Chief Development Officer at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) in September 2018.
When Dr. Feltham assumed his role as NAIT’s sixth president and CEO, he made getting to know the institute – its students, faculty, staff and some 200 programs – his first order of business.
The Government of Canada commits $34.98 million to the project.
Two University of Alberta students share their observations of the president of NAIT.
A personal credo serves double duty as a crash course in organizational management.
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