CALGARY, Alta. — The Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) has changed the titles of several board members and a staffer.
“The recent realignment of AMTA prompted the Board of Directors to recommend a change to the title of several key positions at the board level and one at the staff level,” said Richard Warnock, president and CEO whose title was formerly (interim) executive director.
“While titles have changed the duties and responsibilities inherent with these positions remain the same, only now the title better reflects the level of responsibility,” added Warnock. “The overriding decision to change the titles is aimed at strengthening the effectiveness of the association.”
As of now, Carl Rosenau is the AMTA’s chairman of the board (formerly president), Jane Douziech is senior vice-chairman (formerly senior vice-president), Rob Shopland is vice-chair (formerly v.p.), Willie Hamel is past chair (formerly past president) and Warnock is now president and CEO.
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