Carolyn Kolebaba - AAMDC Board of Directors - Vice-President

Carolyn  Kolebaba
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Phone: 780.617.2381

Carolyn was elected as the AAMDC Board vice president at the Fall 2010 Convention. She had previously served as the association's first female vice president from 2005-2008. 

Carolyn has acted as reeve of Northern Sunrise County since 2000. She first entered municipal politics in 1998.

In her role as municipal councilor and reeve, Carolyn is the chair of the Peace River Airport Society and the North West Corridor Development Committee (NCDC) joint committee.  She is also co-chair of the Mackenzie Rail Working Group, and is on the executive of the Peace Regional Library, Mackenzie Municipal Planning Association and Peace Synergy Group.   

Carolyn is an active volunteer in her community and enjoys being around people. She worked in education as a certified teaching assistant with a structure of intellect background.

Carolyn was born in Peace River and raised in the MD of Peace. She and her husband Mike, along with their sons, operate a trucking company in Northern Sunrise County. They operated a mixed farm for over 30 years, retiring in the spring of 2010.

Committees

  • AAMDC RW Hay Award Committee
  • Alberta Municipal Health & Safety Association Board (AMHSA)
  • Clean Air Strategic Alliance Board (CASA)
  • Government/Industry Joint Geophysical Steering Committee
  • Great West Life Councillor Pension Plan Board of Trustees
  • Local Authorities Pension Plan (LAPP) Stakeholder Consultation Group
  • Municipal Excellence Awards Review Committee
  • Rural Integrated Community Clerkship (ICC) Stakeholders Committee
  • Western Canada Municipal Associations
  • Cabinet Policy Committees (CPCs):
    • Community Services
    • Health
    • Public Safety & Services

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