Governance

CAUBO is governed by a Board of Directors, comprised of representatives from each of the four regions of Canada (Atlantic, Québec, Ontario, and West), and an Executive Committee consisting of the officers of the Board. Directors serve for a four-year term that is renewable once.

2019-2020 Executive Committee

Donna JaniecDonna Janiec

CAUBO PRESIDENT
Vice-Principal (Finance and Administration)
Queen’s University

Linda DalgettyLinda Dalgetty

CAUBO VICE-PRESIDENT
Vice-President, Finance and Services
University of Calgary

Christopher CallbeckChristopher Callbeck

CAUBO SECRETARY-TREASURER
Vice-President (Finance and Administration and CFO)
Acadia University

Isabelle BoucherIsabelle Boucher

CAUBO PAST PRESIDENT
Vice-présidente à l’administration
Université du Québec

Nathalie LaporteNathalie Laporte

Executive Director
Canadian Association of University Business Officers

2019-2020 Board of Directors

Donna JaniecDonna Janiec

CAUBO PRESIDENT
Vice-Principal (Finance and Administration)
Queen’s University

Linda DalgettyLinda Dalgetty

CAUBO VICE-PRESIDENT
Vice-President, Finance and Services
University of Calgary

Christopher CallbeckChristopher Callbeck

CAUBO SECRETARY-TREASURER
Vice-President (Finance and Administration and CFO)
Acadia University

Isabelle BoucherIsabelle Boucher

CAUBO PAST PRESIDENT
Vice-présidente à l’administration
Université du Québec

André Darveau

Vice-recteur à l’administration
Université Laval

Michael EmslieMichael Emslie

Vice-President, Financial Services and Administration
The University of Winnipeg

Sharon Johnson-LegereSharon Johnson-Legere

Vice-President, Finance and Administration
NSCAD University

Gitta_Kulczycki_BoardGitta Kulczycki

Vice-President (Finance & Administration)
University of Alberta

Nathalie LaporteNathalie Laporte

Executive Director
Canadian Association of University Business Officers

Georges MontplaisirGeorges Montplaisir

Directeur des finances
HEC Montréal

Don O'LearyDon O’Leary

Vice-President, Finance and Administration
University of Guelph

Michel Piché

Vice-President (Finance and Administration)
Carleton University

Denyse Rémillard

Vice-rectrice à l’administration et au développement durable
Université de Sherbrooke

Join the CAUBO Board of Directors – Nominations now open!

CAUBO is currently seeking candidates from university member institutions to serve on its Board of Directors. Members who volunteer to take on leadership and committee roles are vital to helping CAUBO keep a finger on the pulse of the higher education administrative sector. They also help determine and support CAUBO’s strategic priorities and core values.

The CAUBO Board of Directors is composed of eleven to thirteen directors, normally twelve, typically with two directors drawn from each of  four regions (the West, Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic, i.e. regional members) with the balance of the directors (members-at-large) elected based on a set of criteria.

Taking into consideration the composition of the current CAUBO Board including geographic representation, institutional size and skillset, the Board will be accepting nominations to fill the following position in June 2019:

  • One Board member from Quebec, open to persons who hold the position of Vice-President, Administration and Finance (or equivalent) at a large, research-intensive CAUBO member institution (> 25,000 student FTEs), preferably from a Francophone institution
  • One Board member from Ontario, open to persons who hold the position of Vice-President, Administration and Finance (or equivalent) at a large, research-intensive CAUBO member institution (> 25,000 student FTEs)

The term is for four years beginning on June 10, 2019 and ending on June 11, 2023 and is renewable once.

Members who volunteer to take on leadership and committee roles are vital to helping our Association keep a finger on the pulse of the higher education administrative sector. They also help determine and support the strategic priorities and core values of the Association.

Individuals need not have a high level of experience in the higher education sector.  Their experience at a senior level from other sectors would be considered highly valuable in bringing a new perspective to the Board.

Submission deadline: March 12, 2019

Complete the nomination here