College of Medical Laboratory Technologists of Alberta - Council

Carscallen, Jennifer

Jennifer Carscallen is CEO of Arletta Environmental Consulting, specializing in contaminated sites management, remediation, & reclamation across western Canada. Jennifer is currently a Director of Canary Biofuels, a Lethbridge based biofuel corp. She has previous experience as Chair of the PAC at MSofC and Director at CYSF. Jennifer holds a M.Sc in Environmental Engineering and a B.Sc. in Environmental Science from the University of Calgary. She has a P.Biol (ASPB) and P.Ag (AIA) designation within the province of Alberta.

St. Dennis, Monica

Monica St. Dennis has worked for ATB Financial for approximately 21 years and is currently the Community Manager for Sundre and Caroline. She grew up knowing that volunteering and giving back to your community and individuals was part of everyday life. Ms. St. Dennis sits on a few boards and enjoys every minute of it.

Zeitner, Gary

Gary Zeitner is an experienced construction professional who works with business owners and senior business leaders to help develop and improve their people and organizations. His board experience includes serving on the boards and executive committees of the Alberta Const. Safety Assoc., Alberta Roadbuilders & Heavy Const. Assoc., and Western Canada Roadbuilders & Heavy Const. Assoc., including terms as Chair of the ARHCA and of the WCRHCA. Gary is a Registered Engineering Technologist (Civil) and holds an MBA from Heriot-Watt University.

De La Cruz Chavez, Domingo

After obtaining a Licensed Practical Nurse Diploma from Norquest College, Mr. Chavez completed a variety of continuing education courses through the University of Alberta (Faculty of Extension) in areas such as Introduction to Administrative Practices and Decision Making, Macroeconomics, Organizational Behaviour and Labour Relations. He previously worked as a licensed practical nurse for 25 years and is currently employed as a nursing attendant in Cardiovascular Surgery at the University of Alberta Hospital. Mr. Chavez’ volunteer commitments include serving as member of the Human Rights Citizenship and Multicultural Education Fund Committee and as President of the Latin American Communications Society and Producer of the CKER 1480 AM, 101.9 FM radio program, Chile Mi Pais. He was also appointed by the Government of Chile as Honorary Consul of Chile in Edmonton. He continues to volunteer his time with the Pioneer Ranch Camp/Teen Camp of the Alberta Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship of Canada.