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Parkland College’s Fay Myers receives CICan’s Distinguished Service Award

Winnipeg May 26, 2015 – Dr. Fay Myers, President and CEO of Parkland College has been recognized with Colleges and Institutes Canada’s (CICan) Distinguished Service Award for her many years of dedicated work on behalf of Canadian students and colleges.

Dr. Myers has been President and CEO of Parkland College for over 18 years where she oversaw transformation and growth seen by few colleges. During her tenure, the College has strengthened, evolved, and excelled at meeting the training and education needs of students, communities, and industry in the Parkland region and beyond.

“Fay Myers’ contribution to Canada’s colleges and institutes has been tremendous and reaches well beyond the walls of Parkland College”, says CICan President and CEO, Denise Amyot. “Over her long and distinguished career, she has been a tireless advocate for technical education and has made a significant contribution to the field of adult education both locally and nationally.”

Dr. Myers is also credited with creating an entrepreneurial culture of growth at Parkland College and entering the international education market through international education projects and international student recruitment. Her numerous contributions to post-secondary education and training in Saskatchewan have already been recognized on several occasions and in 2012 she received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Colleges and Institutes Canada is the national and international voice of Canada’s publicly supported colleges, institutes and polytechnics. It works with industry and social sectors to train 1.5 million learners of all ages and backgrounds at campuses serving over 3,000 urban, rural and remote communities in Canada. The Association operates in 29 countries via 12 offices around the world.



For more information :

Julien Abord-Babin

Senior Strategic Communications Officer
Colleges and Institutes Canada
613-746-2222 ext 3131
Twitter : @CollegeCan