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Frontier College appoints new President & CEO

Frontier College appoints Stephen Faul

as new President and Chief Executive Officer

We are thrilled to announce that Stephen Faul will be joining the Frontier College team as President and CEO. Stephen comes to us from Imagine Canada where he is Vice-President, Strategic Communications and Business Development. In this role, Stephen has done high-level fundraising, and strategic marketing and has acted as media spokesperson - among many other things! Previous to his role at Imagine Canada, Stephen was Executive Director at Second Harvest.

Stephen has had over 20 years of experience working in the non-profit sector, allowing him to build strong strategic leadership abilities and establish a proven record of successful marketing, communications, fundraising and advocacy. His collaborative experience will serve as a strong asset as Frontier College continues to expand nationally, by building new partnerships and serving Canadians of all ages from coast-to-coast-to-coast.

Stephen will officially take the helm on July 4, 2016.

I know that we are all looking forward to this next chapter and to working and collaborating with Stephen to carry on the tremendous success and uphold the wonderful reputation of Frontier College.

Welcome Stephen!


Michele Wright
Chair, Frontier College
Scott R. MacDonald
Chair, Frontier College Foundation
Posted: 6/1/2016 1:46:50 PM by Meredith Roberts

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