Alberta College of Dental Hygienists
Louise Mosier retired after 37 years as a registered cardiology technologist and a certified medical laboratory assistant. She spent the last seven years of her career as supervisor of the specimen procurement and dispatch team in a busy hospital laboratory. She has served on the councils of two different regulated health professions, one as a non-voting member and the other as a public member. Louise also served as a preceptor to students and on various committees throughout her career.
John Martin Jossa has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Queen’s University and a certificate in Government Auditing from the Institute of Internal Auditors. John was most recently the acting manager for the Calgary Police Service, Operations Audit. He has since served on the Alberta Transportation Safety Board and the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists. John is also currently a director of the Medicine Hat Kiwanis club and has volunteered with the Alberta Summer Games.
Gibbons Kroeker, Carol
Dr. Carol Gibbons Kroeker holds a BSc in Mathematics and Zoology, a Master’s degree in Biomechanics, and a PhD in Cardiovascular Physiology from the University of Calgary, where she currently teaches Anatomy and Physiology. She is also an Adjunct Professor in the Cumming School of Medicine. Her research interests focus on cardiac mechanics and teaching pedagogy. She is currently the Chair of the Biology Articulation Committee for ACAT (Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfers).
Judy Hansen supports the non-profit sector as a senior management consultant with strengths in governance, strategic planning and non-profit management.
Judy has served on several non-profit Boards and Governance Committees, most recently with Trinity Place Foundation of Alberta.
Judy has significant training in non-profit management including ICD NFP Governance, Harvard Governance as Leadership program, Creating the Future Facilitators training and others.
Judy holds a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo
Competencies required for members of the council of the College of Registered Dental Hygienists of Alberta include governance, risk management and effective verbal communication. Judy Hansen was directly recruited and appointed based on meeting the competencies, skills and attributes as described above.