Bruce Randall

We are pleased to welcome Bruce Randall as a Town Hall participant at the TIES Conference 2020.

Bruce Randall is the Founding Executive Director of Calgary Region Immigrant Employment Council (CRIEC). CRIEC is a not-for-profit organization that connects newcomer professionals with local corporate professionals in mentoring strategies designed to lead to meaningful career paths.

 Bruce has been a community-builder across a range of sectors for more than 35 years. A graduate of McGill University Law School, Bruce has had careers in law, business and the non-profit community in Toronto, Montreal and Calgary. He served as General Counsel, Vice-President Law and Corporate Secretary with The Forzani Group Ltd. in Calgary, retiring in 2004. He also helped establish Influence Mentoring, a mentoring program for post-secondary Indigenous students, and currently serves as Chair and Board Director of Miskanawah Community Services Association. Bruce is sessional lecturer at Mount Royal University and Red Deer College, where he teaches Law and Governance in the non-profit sector, amongst other courses. Bruce mentors students, professionals and community members.

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