Board of Directors
Terry Gibson- Calgary Alberta- President
Terry is retired, has lived in condominiums for 20 years and has served as both a secretary and chair of his Board. He is also was a Director of the Canadian Condominium Institute – Southern Alberta Chapter still involved with the Education Committee and a trained volunteer leader with the Board Development Program of Alberta Culture and Tourism (trainer in governance for non-profit societies). Terry has a business degree and a diploma in urban land economics. For over 15 years Terry was employed in the housing industry, initially in various management positions with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and subsequently with a major energy company. Terry is a retired professional member of the Real Estate Institute of Canada and the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia. His second career was in public consultation focused on new and contentious energy developments, focused on the areas of public consultation and public safety, where he was employed by a major energy company and as a consultant to over 50 different energy companies.
Phil Rosenzweig- Lethbridge Alberta - Vice President
Phil condo Owner for over 25 years in Winnipeg, Toronto, and Edmonton he has held numerous Board positions in several condos during this time He has also served on other non-profit Boards and committees including the Elim Society for Senior Care and has been a member of CCI South for three years and was a member of CCI Northern Alberta for more than a decade. He has obtained his Property Manager’s Licensing from RECA (Real Estate Council of Alberta) and was a Property Manager for over two years working with over 20 Boards, numerous vendors and many Condo Owners. Phil moved to Lethbridge two years ago with his wife after working most of his life in the book and publishing industry. He is currently the Warehouse Coordinator for the Lethbridge Food Bank and enjoys music, singing, travel and reading.
Diana is retired and took up residency 14 years ago in a new condominium in Edmonton. She has served a term on her condominium board and is currently a member of the education committee of the Canadian Condominium Institute of North Alberta [CCI NA]. She has given board training workshops in the Edmonton area in the not-for-profit charitable sector under the auspices of the Volunteer Action Centre. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Health Service Administration and spent the majority of her career in hospital management as executive director of the Edmonton Capital Care Group, the largest publicly owned long term care organization in Canada, operating the Norwood, Lynnwood, Grandview and Dickinsfield hospitals. She was a member of a number of health-related organizations at the local, provincial and national levels and was a surveyor for the Canadian Council of Health Facilities Accreditation. Since taking early retirement she has been involved in a number of volunteer projects at the local, national and international level including leading a delegation in providing education projects in Tanzania and Burundi. She has also been a volunteer management consultant with CESO, the Canadian Executive Services Organization with projects in Thailand, Ukraine, Hungary, Serbia, Guyana and Inuvik. She is the founding president of the Edmonton Chapter of the Canadian Liver Foundation, the Edmonton Chapter of Friendship Force International , the Edmonton Caregivers Association  and Tanbur African Aid Society . She has received several awards for her commitment and dedication to the agencies she has served.
Bob moved to Cochrane in 2012 after a varied 41 year career in the Canadian military as well as nuclear and chemical industries. He is a registered professional engineer in both Saskatchewan and Alberta and worked in engineering, facility management and marketing capacities. His formal education includes a B.Eng. (Chemical), graduate Diploma in Public Administration as well as a Second Class Engineer’s Certificate of Competence (Alberta). Bob is a Rotarian with service to his communities both in Saskatoon and now Cochrane. In preparing for board service he participated in the Condo 101 course offered by CCI-SAB. Besides good governance of his Association, his interests include promoting education of boards in good governance, renewal of his Association’s bylaws and advocating for effective dispute resolution on condo issues to avoid costly legal processes.
A graduate of the University of Alberta, Jeremy Dalgliesh has a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in accounting, and a minor in finance. After graduating University in 2011, Jeremy joined PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP where he earned his Chartered Accountant (CA) designation while a member of their Assurance practice. After working up to a Managerial role in the firm, in 2017, Jeremy took on the role of leading an Edmonton based condo management company, applying the lessons learned from the global professional services firm with a focus of professionalizing the condo management industry. A Treasurer on the Board where he lives, and a long time volunteer for the Johnson MS Bike Tour, he also spends his spare time running, cycling, and traveling.
Murray Doherty-Edmonton, Alberta Background in Business start up and Management Consulting since 1994. Created and managed seven start up companies, all of which became profitable enterprises. Licensed Realtor in Alberta between 2002-2011. Designed and Project Managed construction of a 50,000 sq. ft. strip mall. Managed numerous Commercial Real Estate Properties between 2009-2016. Was re-licensed as a Realtor in Alberta since 2016 Implemented Organizational Change Manager strategies for numerous companies between 2012 and 2016, in Houston Texas, Alberta, and Saskatchewan, Condominium BOD, Regatta Towne Homes in Kemah, Texas 2012 and 2013. Chair of Melrose Place Condominiums in Edmonton 2017. Managing Partner of Edmonton/Calgary document review Company.
Busy 1st Season of Workshops like this one at Rio Vista Condominiums in Lethbridge
Minister Brian Malkinson speaking at the 1st AGM and Symposium of the Condo Owners Forum Society