The Alberta Licensee has gathered a group of highly skilled individuals that will guide the College on a volunteer basis. The Board’s priority is to enable the mandate of the College, “Enabling equal access to affordable, high-quality, accessible education to all Canadians without barriers.”
These volunteers are termed as Governors and will provide their recommendations to the College, the president, admission and other staff on an as-needed basis for the best interest of the College and its learners.
These volunteers ensure that the relationships with the institution’s president, The Alberta Licensee and the Government of Alberta (which occurs primarily through the Minister) serve to help the institution fulfill its mandate and obligations within the Alberta Post-Vocational Act (PVA).
Any questions pertaining to policies, admissions, tuition or industry participation should be addressed to The Office of The Registrar. The Registrar’s Office is a web-based (online) office and can be reached by email at email@example.com
Board of Governors
Dr. Crowfoot, Co-Chair
Balwinder Singh, Co-Chair
Dr. Monica Chahal
LT. Vikesh Malhi
Mr. Malhi is an active member of the Canadian Forces as an Intelligence Officer. Mr. Malhi is an accredited member of The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA); graduating from York University with a Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) in Geomatics Engineering and then completed a Degree in Masters of Public Administration (MPA) from the Royal Military College of Canada/Collège Militaire royal du Canada. He was a Project Manager (Geomatics) with Stantec while serving our country as a reservist in the Canadian Forces for the past 11 years and is a happily married and proud father of two school-age children. Mr. Malhi is actively involved in the community and at church, always lending a hand to those in need.
The Office of the Registrar is held by Prof. Parminder Singh. Any questions pertaining to policies, admissions, or tuition should be addressed to The Office of The Registrar. The Registrar’s Office is a web-based (online) office and can be reached by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about the Registrar, please visit his LinkedIn page.
Digital Transformation Team
Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Chloe has lived in BC and Newfoundland, now making her home in Ontario. After attending the University of Victoria for Astronomy and Physics and then for Political Science, Chloe realized that she needed a more creative career path, so she left school to pursue graphic design on her own. She aims to use her creative skills to create intriguing and accessible ways for people to interact with the world around them in our ever-changing society.
Megan is originally from Vietnam, and for the past 4 years she has been studying computer science at the University of British Columbia in the Okanagan. Outside of web development, she’s also a digital illustrator and animator, and she enjoys contributing art assets to video game development projects.
Shannon Tilley is from the Edmonton area and is proud of her Metis heritage. Her passion for travel led her to receive her diploma in Travel and Tourism where she worked for several years and was able to explore various wonderful destinations around the world. Shannon’s more recent work experiences include careers as a Business Development Manager and as an Executive Assistant. She is currently now happily employed at Royal Alberta College as the Executive Assistant to Senior Management and as a Senior Project Liaison. In her spare time she enjoys relaxing at the lake, and spending time with her three children and husband.
Social Media Team
Michael currently coaches youth soccer with BTB Soccer Academy, one of the top programs in Western Canada. He was born in Lagos, Nigeria and relocated to Canada ten years ago. He is currently working as a Night Auditor at WEM and he is very excited to begin his social media journey.
Viktor was born in Albania and then moved and raised in Greece. He has a passion for content creation, likes to create good stories for social media and helps the community by coaching soccer for youth age groups at BTB Soccer Academy during his off-work hours.
Grant Application Team
Dr. Matt Cromier
Future Leaders Program - The Disruptors
The Royal Alberta College has partnered with The Government of Canada (GOC) to employ youth between the ages of 15 and 30 years of age through the Canada Summer Jobs Program. The individuals within this team have been selected from more than 170 qualified applicants from across Canada and will be under the leadership of the Office of The Registrar to lead the transformation of our resources to be fully online. These individuals are disrupters and strive to make a positive impact for all Canadians.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Advisors
The RAC’s Department of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) mission is to enable an open, equal and free society by making education affordable and accessible. The department of EDI is led by a core group of volunteers that are community leaders, they provide RAC with perspectives on how to enhance opportunities for those that represent marginalized groups; including individuals from lower socioeconomic brackets, LGBTQ2+, Canadians that identify as Black, Indigenous or as a Person of Colour [BIPOC], Newcomers, Refugees, Women, racialized and any other underserved community that requires support.
Jaya Panwar, MBA
Ms. Panwar is the former general manager of Telus for Edmonton and now represents the company as a senior VP. She understand the value of diversity and creating opportunity and is working with the RAC to create industry led projects.