IMBA Canada's executive director taking leave
For immediate release: 11/13/12
Contact: Rachael Raven
With her third child on the way, IMBA Canada's Executive Director Lora Woolner will be stepping down from her duties to take a maternity leave.
Officially effective December 1, 2012, Lora will be easing back from her day-to-day role as of November 19, 2012 to focus on 2013 strategic planning and to facilitate the transition.
Mike Van Abel, IMBA's president and U.S. Executive Director, will be overseeing IMBA's Canadian office throughout Lora's absence, along with support from various other IMBA staff members.
Inquiries about the transition can be directed to IMBA Canada's office, where customer service coordinator deanne [dot] lazaruk [at] imba [dot] com (Deanne Lazaruk) will be happy to connect you with the right staff member.
All the staff at IMBA wish Lora, her husband Mark, and their two daughters Morgen and Suri, the best of luck, health, and happiness over the next year.
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