CALGARY, Alta. — The Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) is extending the contract of its interim executive director after the appointment of a new leader fell through.
Sharon Johnson stepped in for former executive director Lane Kranenburg, who resigned at the end of June for health reasons. Since then, she helped spearhead the search for a new executive director while leading the association in Kranenburg’s place.
The AMTA thought it had its man in place as of Sept. 15, but the deal fell through.
As a result, Johnson will continue her role as interim executive director until the end of next June, when the Search and Selection Committee will announce her replacement.
While the selection process is on hold for the time being, the search will resume in coming months.
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