Board of Governors office welcomes new leadership

The Office of the Board of Governors at Carleton University has welcomed in the new year with a change in leadership.

Professor Logan Atkinson began his two-year appointment as the university secretary effective January 1, 2008. He will serve as a liaison between the Board of Governors and the senior administration and provide advice and guidance on issues of jurisdiction, policy, process and precedents while reporting to Dr. Samy Mahmoud, President and Vice-Chancellor pro tempore. Atkinson will be responsible for the offices of the University Secretariat, the Board of Governors, Archives and Equity Services and will coordinate the legal affairs of the university in the areas of student issues, human rights and the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA).

In addition, Anne Bauer became the new secretary to the board in 2006. Before arriving at Carleton, Bauer spent four years at the National Gallery of Canada in progressive areas of responsibility associated with corporate governance and strategic planning of the institution in such roles as Administrative Officer in Corporate Governance and Acting Secretary of the Board of Trustees. Previously she served as the Coordinator, Dental Programs and Conferences with the Canadian Dental Association.

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