Transforming Education For the Future State of Work
Jul 19, 2021 12:00 PM
Carolyn Campbell, Pres & CEO Norquest College
Transforming Education For the Future State of Work

Carolyn Campbell is the President and CEO of NorQuest College in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and is working on doctoral studies at the University of Oxford on the subject of board governance of major arts museums.  She is a former Deputy City Manager, Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism, and Associate Dean of Executive Education at the University of Alberta. She has served on over twenty-five boards and committees over the past two decades, with a focus on higher education, community and cultural boards, including Cabinet Chair of United Way of the Alberta Capital Region, Vice-Chair of Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, and member of the Premier's Council on Culture.  Carolyn has taught strategic arts management and governance in the MBA program, and painting, drawing and visual design as a sessional instructor in Fine Arts at the U of A. She is a practicing figurative artist with a studio and membership at the Harcourt House Artist Run Centre.

Presentation Topic: Transforming Education For the Future State of Work

NorQuest’s new President and CEO, Carolyn Campbell, is passionate about education, leadership, and building strong communities. She has stepped into the role at unique and important time given the transformational change happening within the post-secondary sector. Carolyn will speak to some of NorQuest’s key strategies for ensuring that students are prepared for the demands of the future state of our changing economy.