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University of Windsor’s Board of Governors Names New Chair

Monday November 19th, 2012, 4:39pm


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Windsor businessperson and UWindsor alumna Jennifer Jones has been named Chair of the University of Windsor’s Board of Governors Wednesday. She will replace current Board Chair Martin Girash whose term ends this week.

“The University of Windsor is truly experiencing a renaissance with our Campus Transformation Plan, the development of our downtown campus and the completion of the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation this fall,” Jones says. “Our focus on the student experience remains paramount and will be truly amplified as we enter into celebrations to mark our 50th anniversary in just over a year. There could be no better time to assume the position of the Chair of the Board of Governors and I look forward to sharing the excitement with our more than 100,000 alumni from around the world.”

Jones is President and CEO of Media Street Productions Inc., a local television production company. She is also Vice Chair of the Rotary International Communication Committee and serves on the Advisory Board for Rotary Canada and the Promotions Committee for the 2013 Rotary International convention in Lisbon, Portugal. She will serve a second term as Seminar Leader for the Rotary International Assembly in January 2013 and is the Moderator of the upcoming Rotary Coordinator and Rotary Public Image Coordinator Institute. Jones is an active public speaker and regularly travels North America addressing the issue of leadership and public image. She has served as an international volunteer in the Brazilian Amazon, Peru, Haiti, Venezuela and Tanzania. Avid travellers and adventurers, Jones and husband Nick Krayacich reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in January 2009.

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