In 2016, Jerry retired from a career with the City of Sault Ste. Marie as Commissioner of Engineering and Planning. A graduate from the University of Windsor, Jerry is a Registered Professional Planner. Over the course of his career, Jerry played an integral part in the land use planning and economic development for the City of Sault Ste. Marie. Jerry was the lead negotiator in securing the divestiture of the Federal Airport in 1998 to the Sault Ste. Marie Airport Development Corporation and continues to sit as one of the original Directors.
In addition, Jerry is the Chair of the Community Development Corporation of Sault Ste. Marie & Area.
Doug retired from Algoma University College (AUC), serving as President from 1987 to 1997. Doug enjoys a lifelong passion for aviation, having a BASc in Aeronautical Engineering (Toronto), a Private Pilot License with 1700+ hrs, 25 years as a Search and Rescue pilot, and is a founding ADC Board member and owner of the leasing company that provides aircraft to Sault Academy of Flight, a private flight school.
Doug had a long association with the University of Waterloo, earning MSc and PhD degrees there. He was a founding member and later Dept. Chair of Waterloo’s world-renowned Computer Science Department, also serving on the Board of Governors and Council of Ontario Universities.
He was part of the group negotiating the divestiture of the Federal Airport in 1998 to the Sault Ste. Marie Airport Development Corporation and continues to sit as a Director.
Doug has taken courses in Mediation, Fund Raising and Aviation Safety Management, has negotiated several collective agreements, and served for a year as acting Chief Financial Officer at AUC. He has been a member of the Boards of the Group Health Centre and its Research Ethics Committee, the Boards of PUC Inc, Telecom, Water Commission and Services, the Algoma Conservatory of Music, the Economic Development Corp, and was Regional Chair of the Trillium Grant Review Team.
For relaxation he sings with the Algoma Festival Choir, and plays Bridge, where he is ranked as a Silver Life Master.
Allan retired in 2008 after 30 years with PUC as Vice President of Customer Service and Business Development. A Graduate of Laurentian University, Allan holds a Bachelor of Arts, Economics and Accounting.
Allan is also one of the original members that contributed to securing the divesture of the Federal Airport in 1998 to the Sault Ste Marie Airport Development Corporation and continues to sit as one of the original Directors.
Allan has also been involved with:
-Sault Ste Marie YMCA – President
-Algoma District Community Network – Director
Tyler has recently retired after 48 years in aviation including work in safety, sales, service and operation with both air carriers and airlines.
Tyler’s involvement in aviation and volunteer organizations is as follows:
Terry Bos joined the Sault Ste. Marie Airport Development Corporation on February 28, 1999 – less than one year after the transfer of the airport to a private not-for-profit corporation from the federal government. Terry was brought in on a one year contract to assist the corporation in completing their first business and land use master plan to guide them through their new airport ownership. Holding a Bachelor of Business Administration from Algoma University the business experience was an essential ingredient in the position. Following the completion of the Business and Land Use Master Plan the Corporation determined that Terry was an asset and retained him in a marketing position. On November 1, 2002 Terry was promoted to Finance Manager, on July 1, 2004 Terry was promoted to Airport Manager, on January 22, 2008 Terry was appointed Accountable Executive, and on July 27, 2010 Terry was named CEO, and effective May 26, 2015 Terry was appointed as the President/CEO and Accountable Executive. During Terry’s tenure as CEO the corporation has seen record passenger levels at the Sault Ste. Marie Airport increasing from a low of 121,991 in 2010 to 212,831 in 2017. Terry joined AMCO (Airport Management Council of Ontario) in the position of President at the Annual General Meeting election in 2010, and became the first and so far only President to serve a maximum four year term limit, then sat as Past President of AMCO effective November 1, 2014 to November 1, 2016 when he took on the position of AMCO treasurer. He was re-elected for a second term as treasurer, effective November 1, 2018. Terry has been a member of IAAE Canada (International Association of Airport Executives Canada) since 2006 and achieved the Accredited Airport Executive designation in October 2014. Terry joined the Board of Directors for IAAE Canada in June 2016. After joining the board Terry took on the role of Chair of the Accreditation Committee and Chair of the Board of Examiners and in 2017 IAAE Canada achieved their highest number of newly certified members since inception. In 2017 Terry also took on the position of Vice-Chair for IAAE Canada, and after serving as Vice-Chair of IAAE Canada for two years, Terry took on the role of Chair for IAAE Canada in 2019.
|Joe was born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie. He was locally educated and graduated from Algoma University with a degree in Sociology in 1993. He was elected to the executive board of the United Steelworkers Local Union 2251 in 1997 and served in this capacity until October 2009 when he was appointed to his present position as United Steelworkers Union Coordinator. Joe Vice Chaired the Sault Ste. Marie United Way Campaign in 2009 and Chaired the Campaign in 2010. In 2009 he was the recipient of the John Bennett Labour Award in recognition of his outstanding contribution in the area of voluntary community service. In 2010 he ran for Municipal Office and served as Ward Six Councillor from 2010 till 2018. Joe also chaired the West End Community Centre Steering Committee in 2011 and in 2013 he completed Level 4 of United Steelworkers Union’s Leadership Scholarship Program in Pittsburgh. Joe has been past director in representing the Group Health Association, SSM Social Services Administration Board and SSM Conservation Authority.
|Gino is a native of Sault Ste. Marie. He studied Communications at the University of Windsor and Broadcast Journalism at Fanshawe College before beginning his career in broadcasting. He is currently employed at Sault College as a professor in the Public Relations and Event Management Program. He is also employed part-time at Rogers Radio as a broadcast journalist and works as a free-lance reporter and hockey play by play broadcaster for Soo Greyhound games at Shaw TV. Gino has also worked as the Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the Soo Greyhounds and in sales & marketing with Cliffe Printing. He is currently a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Hockey Hall of Fame committee and has served as vice-chairman of the SSM Parks & Recreation Advisory committee, chairperson of the SSM Sports Hall of Fame committee, and vice-president of the G. Marconi Society.
A professional with extensive experience building community partnerships across Ontario to improve the economic and health well-being of Ontarians. Sandra Hollingsworth has been a city Councillor for the City of Sault Ste. Marie since 2016. She has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Nipissing University and a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Windsor, which has served her well as a community leader. Sandra is a registered nurse where she has cared for many patients in Sault Ste. Marie at the Sault Area Hospital and War Memorial Hospital. Currently she is working with Dr. Sibbald to improve the delivery of health care for northern Ontario indigenous communities. She is also actively involved with a number of boards and committees including; board member for her family business Soo Mill and Lumber Co., Chair of the Sault Ste. Marie Conservation Authority, Governor on the Sault College board, Director on the Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities board, and member of the Sault Ste. Marie Accessibility Committee. She was a recent member of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine Governance committee and board recruitment committee. She prides herself in giving back to the community. In Toronto she was a Director on the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario board where she developed a strong understanding of special needs for young Canadians. She initiated 100 Women Who Care of Sault Ste. Marie which is well regarded and highly successful. Since inception of 100 Women Who Care, over $310,000 has been raised helping more than 22 local charities. For all of her community efforts on March 1, 2020 she received the prestigious Paul Dalseg Community Achievement Award. Prior to moving home her curriculum vitae includes Managing the Research and Education Foundation of the College of Family Physicians of Canada which was the national Canadian charitable arm for family doctors and before this role sales strategy manager for the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in Toronto and Vancouver.
Pelham is presently an Associate Professor of Marketing and Small Business Management at Algoma University. He has over 25years of University teaching experience in the fields of management and marketing. Pelham holds Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degrees from McGill University, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Concordia University. His areas of expertise include marketing, small business, and entrepreneurship. He also provides business consulting services on both local and provincial projects.
Pelham has worked with and assisted with many non-profit and First Nation organizations, and has been involved with a number of professional affiliations. He has also been a project developer, a facilitator and instructor for many government sponsored business training programs.