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The board of Northern Environmental Action Team has formally confirmed today, what has been generally been assumed for sometime, it is looking for a new Executive Director.

 

After more than two decades in the position Sally Emory is stepping down.

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Board member Kathleen O’Neill also confirmed today that Sally has agreed to serve the team, as a volunteer adviser.

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The search for Sally’s successor is now underway with a regional focus, extending as far east as Grande Prairie and as far south as Prince George.

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It is hoped to have the new person in place by September first, and to that end the board has set an application deadline, of July 28th.

 

 

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