Submitted by Niagara College
NIAGARA – Mike Trojan, former chief administrative officer for the Niagara Region, will join Niagara College as vice-president, administrative services on an interim basis while the College undertakes an integrated program and service planning project in support of its strategic plan.
As interim vice president, administrative services, Trojan will be responsible for overseeing college operational areas that include Facilities Management, Human Resources, Parking and Security, Information Technology Services and Marketing and Communications.
Teresa Quinlin, current vice president, corporate services, will head the integrated program and service planning project, including the development of the College’s next capital expansion campaign, while continuing to oversee the College’s finance department.
“I am thrilled that Mike has agreed to join Niagara College for the next six months as interim vice president, administrative services,” said Patterson, noting Trojan’s extensive leadership and experience.
“Mike’s extensive skills as an administrator will be a great asset as we plan for the College’s next decade.”
Trojan recently retired from the position of chief administrative officer for the Niagara Region, where he had previously held the positions of deputy chief administrative officer, treasurer and director of corporate services. Before joining the Region in 1986, Trojan held treasurer positions in the City of Stoney Creek and the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, and he holds a professional accounting designation (CMA) from the Society of Management Accountants.
“Niagara College has an outstanding reputation and I’m honoured to join its talented senior team,” said Trojan. “I enjoyed the long standing positive relationship that I had with the College’s executive team in my previous role with the Region and I look forward to contributing to the future success of Niagara College.”
Trojan takes on the interim role of vice president, administrative services for a six month term.
Niagara College offers more than 100 diploma, bachelor degree and advanced level programs at campuses in Welland, Niagara-on-the-Lake, and Niagara Falls; as well as more than 600 credit, vocational and general interest Continuing Education courses. Areas of specialization include food and wine sciences, advanced technology, media, applied health and community safety, supported by unique learning enterprises in food, wine, beer, horticulture and esthetics. For more information visit www.NiagaraCollege.ca.
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