Two of ISL's Directors have recently taken on presidential roles with their respective organizations.
Deon Wilner, P.Eng., CCCA, AVS, is now President of the Consulting Engineers of Alberta (CEA).
Randy Heaps, CSLA, LEED AP, is now President of the Rotary Club of Edmonton.
Deon Wilner is the Discipline Lead for Water and Wastewater at ISL. In May 2014, he was named Vice-President of the CEA, which carries a three-year term that includes a year as President and a year as Past-President. Wilner assumed the role of President on May 20, 2015, and his theme for the 2015-16 CEA year is: Do the Right Thing! For more information, keep an eye out for the upcoming issue of Alberta Innovators magazine, published twice a year by the CEA.
To read more about Deon Wilner's role as president and the rest of the CEA Board Executives, please visit the CEA website.
CEA is a registered organization representing Alberta engineering firms, which employ nearly 10,000 individuals and contribute over $1.9 billion annually to the Alberta economy. CEA’s role is to promote and enhance the business interests and opportunities of CEA member firms.
Randy Heaps is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Senior Landscape Architect at ISL. He was elected as President for the Rotary Club of Edmonton for the 2015-16 term and held the inaugural luncheon on July 6, 2015, at the Chateau Lacombe Hotel. This year also marks the 100th anniversary of the Rotary Club in Edmonton, making it an especially notable year to be named President. Heaps has been a member of the Rotary Club of Edmonton for over 15 years and has served on several Rotary Committees. He has been Club liaison for two major legacy projects and served previously on the Club Board of Directors in 2005-07.
To read more about Randy Heaps' role as President, please visit the Rotary Club of Edmonton website.
The Rotary Club of Edmonton was established on April 1, 1916, with a focus on supporting charitable projects at all scales that create a better future for groups, individuals and families in the downtown core in the areas of social services, education and health.