Board of Directors

Don Delaney

Don Delaney

Chairman of the Board

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Don worked with the  Edmonton Catholic School Board for 37 years as a classroom teacher, special education consultant, and innovative program coordinator. He has been retired for 7 years.

 Don joined the Board of Directors of St. Andrew’s Centre 18 years ago as the representative of St. Andrew Parish. Along with his fellow board members, he is committed to maintaining St. Andrew’s as a safe and caring residence in which seniors can age in place in safety and dignity.

Deacon Wayne Provencal

Deacon Wayne Provencal

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Richard Ouellet

Richard Ouellet

Secretary Treasurer

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 Richard Ouellet is a registered social worker with the Alberta College of Social workers.  He obtained his honours Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University in Kingston and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Toronto.  He has extensive experience in the delivery, management, training and policy development for child and family services.  After 32 years of successful service to children and families with the Alberta Government, Richard retired having obtained the position of Provincial Director of Child and Family Services in 2010.  Since then he has been a consultant in projects including intensive assessments of child welfare policies and practices, board development and agency evaluations.  In addition, he is a member of the ACSW discipline committee and has served as an investigator of complaints against registered members.  He is the Secretary Treasurer of the St. Andrew’s Centre Board,  the Chair of the Today Family Violence Help Centre Board and an active volunteer at Edmonton’s Food Bank.

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Fr. Andrew Bogdanowicz

Fr. Andrew Bogdanowicz

St. Andrew's Parish

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Carole Karbonik

Carole Karbonik

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Carole is a lawyer with Edmonton Catholic Schools and was recruited to the Board by a former Director. Carole is very humbled to be able to give back to a community that she feels has laid the groundwork for many of the privileges she is able to enjoy and hopes to follow in their footsteps in laying a foundation for those yet to come. Carole is so grateful to everyone at St. Andrew’s, both members of the Board and the residents, who have been so welcoming, caring and inspiring. She hopes that in this role, she can continue to serve this community in such a way so as to always provide a vibrant, safe, welcoming and treasured home to all those who have chosen to make St. Andrew’s their place of residence.

Join our Board of Directors!

St. Andrew’s Centre’s Board is looking for volunteer members.

The St. Andrew’s Centre’s Board of Directors are ambassadors dedicated to upholding the mission, vision, and values of the organization. The Board of Directors work with the Centre’s Chief Operating Officer to ensure the effective governance of the organization and to support St. Andrew’s Centre’s staff.

Board members are elected and reappointed at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) by the Archbishop. Virtual meetings are held quarterly on the third Wednesday of the month.

For more information, or if you’re interested in joining our Board of Directors, contact the Board directly by using the message form provided.

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