Power and Natural Gas Consumers' Panel
With more than 30 years' experience encompassing all areas of public practice, Don has built a large and varied clientele. He has a strong background in the area of auditing, and his engagements include a concentration on planning and supervision for the firm's audit clients, which include Public Company Audit clientele.
Humphrey Banack, along with other members, operate a 7000 acre third generation grains and oilseeds farm in the Round Hill area of Alberta. Humphrey had served as President with Alberta Federation of Agriculture and was elected Vice-President of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture.
Richard Dunn is a professional engineer with extensive senior level experience with major Canadian energy producers who brings a solid understanding of a broad range of government related matters, including policy and regulatory development as well as complex regulatory applications.
Collaborating extensively with Indigenous Peoples, stakeholders, governments, regulators and other industry players, Richard’s teams have focused on delivering involved regulatory applications as well as efficient and evidence-based policy and regulatory development, considering factors such as environmental science, health, social, economics, engineering, and safety. Examples of relevant policy and regulatory development include royalty and tax program design as well as greenhouse gas policy and regulation.
Richard holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of British Columbia and a Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering from the University of Calgary. He has served on several boards, including the Executive of the Business Council of British Columbia and the University of Calgary Senate.
Michael Ng is a professional engineer, project manager and operation al lead with diverse industry experience. During his career in the utility industry, he had executed over $800 million in projects for transmission facility owner (TFO). Recently, Michael had served as an Operational Director for a consulting company and had led organizational change and strategic planning. Furthermore, Michael had focused on AC interference mitigation and successfully developed a standardized approach for this work within TFO, completed his MBA Capstone project on this topic and later continued to advance AC mitigation.
Faith-Michael Uzoka (BSc, MS, MBA, PhD) is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computing at Mount Royal University. He has 30 years university teaching and research experience in four countries. Michael is an accomplished scholar with over 100 academic publications that have made international impacts in various aspects of human endeavour, especially in medical decision support systems. He has worked with research collaborators to develop award winning innovations; e.g., automatic pill dispenser, smart medical assistant, and a system for the early differential diagnosis of tropical confusable diseases. He served as a Canadian Commonwealth Scholar, Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow, and Research Development Officer (MRU). He is passionate about equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI), and places high premium on the value of EDI in governance and community relations. He Chairs the EDI Committee of the Faculty of Science and Technology, and sits on the President’s Advisory Committee on EDI at MRU.
Karen Rosvold was elected to the RMA Board of Directors in November 2022 as the Director for District 4.
Karen has served as a councillor for the County of Grande Prairie since winning a by- election in May 2016.During that time, she concurrently served on the board for the Family Community Support Services Association of Alberta (FCSSAA). She also continues to serve on the boards for the County of Grande Prairie Library, Grand Spiri Housing Management, and many more.
Committee work for the RMA includes the Affordable Housing Task Force, the AFRRC Council and the FCSS Steering Committee.
Karen and her husband live near LaGlace, Alberta. They continue to farm approximately 3,000 acres of land and raise around 300 head of cattle together with their son and hi family.
In addition to farming and her public service, Karen has worked in customer service, property management, automotive service, and finance. Being a proud mother and grandmother, she feels driven to make a difference for her family in her community.