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Leadership

Message from the Chair & CEO

The Board of Directors at Skyxe is made up of an outstanding group of people that have a focus on providing strategic direction and oversight to ensure that Saskatoon Airport is meeting the future needs of a larger community with an expanding economy.

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CEO & Board Members

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Stephen Maybury

President and CEO

Stephen Maybury graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Applied Science degree and a Master of Engineering degree in Civil Engineering. He also has a Master of Business Administration degree in International Aviation from Concordia University. Stephen is a registered Professional Engineer, Accredited Airport Executive and a Certified International Trade Professional.

In 1994, Stephen began his professional air transportation career in commercial aviation and subsequently transitioned into the airport business. He worked with various airports across Canada including the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, Charlottetown Airport Authority, and Southport Aerospace Centre Inc.  In 2012, Stephen was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Saskatoon Airport Authority to strategically build corporate success and deliver Canada’s most valued airport experience.


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David Weger

Nominated by: City of Saskatoon

Originally from Saskatchewan, Dave has a thirty-three year aviation career as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer with international experience.  After starting in Saskatchewan, he took a three-year contract in Saudi Arabia with Mobil Oil New York, providing flight support for the East-West Pipe line project across the Arabian Desert and international flights.  Dave joined Imperial Oil in 1984, based in Inuvik, providing flight support for its Arctic drilling program. He transferred to Calgary with Imperial Oil, and while working nights studied Avionics Technologies at SAIT, receiving the President’s Honors and the Canadian Airlines scholarship for high academic standing.  In 1991 he transferred to Toronto with Imperial Oil before joining PotashCorp as Chief Maintenance Engineer in 1997. Dave was also formerly a member of an industry steering group with Montreal based Bombardier Aerospace, responsible to develop the initial certification maintenance program which was approved by Transport Canada, FAA, and EASA for the highly successful Global Express and the Challenger 300 aircraft. 

In addition to his technical training, Dave is a U of S College of Commerce Raj Manik Entrepreneur of the year award recipient - Business Administration program, and has completed the U of S Edwards School of Business Effective Executive program.  He has completed Aviation Law - Aircraft Purchase and Lease, with distinction from IATA Montreal, International Negotiation, with distinction from ITA Montreal, and Project Management for Aerospace Professionals from the University of Kansas.  David is currently the Sr. Director of Administration with the PotashCorp and was project lead for the new STARS Hangar and procurement of the STARS AW139 helicopter.


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Susan Milburn

Nominated by: Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada

Susan Milburn is a long-time resident of Saskatoon and a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, earning a Bachelor of Commerce and Master of Business Administration degrees. She has been employed in the investment industry for many years, and currently serves as Vice President and Branch Manager for Raymond James Ltd.

Susan has served on many boards, both in the for-profit sector and in the charitable sector. She has experience at the board table with provincial crown corporations, a university, a municipal multi-purpose facility and serveral not-for-profit organizations, as well as experience gained as a pension plan trustee. In addition, she has volunteered as a mentor with leadership candidates in a Saskatoon based program, Raymond James Mentor program, and served as a member of an Advisory Council to Raymond James in the U.S. 

Susan has been included in Saskatchewan Business Magazine's annual list of 10 Most Influential Women, received the Alumni Service Award from the U of S Alumni Association, and been named a Woman of Distinction by Raymond James. 


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Les Prosser

Nominated by: City of Saskatoon

A graduate of Queen’s University, Les received a Bachelor of Commerce Honours degree in 1970 and a Bachelor of Laws in 1974. He was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1975.  He received his Queen’s Counsel designation in 1992.

Les is a former managing partner of Robertson Stromberg LLP and is a senior member of the corporate/commercial group in Saskatoon. Les represents large and small businesses in all aspects of commercial law, with particular expertise in corporate acquisitions, mergers and re-structuring, all manner of commercial and secured financing transactions. He also handles personal, estate and succession planning matters.

Throughout his career, Les has been very involved in his professional organizations. He served as a Bencher to the Law Society of Saskatchewan (1988-1993), was President of the Law Society in 1992 and was Saskatchewan delegate to the Federation of Law Societies; he has served on the executive of the Canadian Bar Association’s Saskatchewan Branch, was National Chair of Real Property with the Canadian Bar Association, and served as President of the Saskatoon Bar Association. Les has been a sessional lecturer in business law and real property in the University of Saskatchewan Colleges of Commerce and Law. He served as Vice-Chair of the Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission 1998-2001.

He is also a recent graduate of the Directors Education Program, jointly presented by the Institute of Corporate Directors and the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Business Management and holds the ICD.D designation issued by the Institute of Corporate Directors.

Les has offered his time and expertise to the boards of directors of several charitable and non-profit organizations in Saskatoon, among them the YMCA of Saskatoon, including a term as President; the Granite Curling Club, including a term as President; Meewasin United Church, Saskatoon Girls Group Home, Riverside Golf & Country Club, the Loon Lake Golf and Country Club and the  CJWW Denny Carr Secret Santa Foundation Inc.

Les also currently serves as Secretary to the Board of Directors of the Global Institute for Food Security.


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Bill Hogan

Nominated by: Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Saskatchewan

Bill graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland with a Bachelor of Commerce and has an array of experience in growing businesses and community development.

Bill is a management professional leader with over 15 years of experience in leading projects across diverse business markets. He has been responsible for setting budget objectives and goals and meeting bottom-line profit and loss objectives. He’s developed abundant project skills in the areas of marketing, finance, human resources and strategic planning. Bill has led business development and community planning initiatives in Northern Saskatchewan communities, including Athabasca.

Bill had been the President of the La Ronge and District Chamber of Commerce and his office is the recipient of Minister’s Award for Innovation for Training work with Women’s shelters.


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Bert Munro

Nominated by: Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce

Bert Munro received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan after a Diploma in Water Resources Engineering Technology through SIAST which was preceded by studies in Biology at the University of Manitoba.

Recently retired, Bert Munro was a Vice President and the General Manager of Associated Engineering for the Saskatchewan & Manitoba Region, where he was responsible for the business and engineering operations of the company.  He was also the Vice President and General Manager of ATAP Infrastructure Management and the Director of the Asset Management Division for the Associated Engineering Group of Companies.  With over 35 years of experience in municipal and water resources engineering, project and business management Bert has developed a keen interest in the roles of the engineer, contractor, owner, and the public, in infrastructure planning, development, and management.  Bert has been involved in Infrastructure Planning, Bylaw and Policy Development, and as the principal responsible on projects such as the Owner’s Engineer for the Regina Bypass P3, the City of Saskatoon Raw Water Supply and, the Avenue H Water Treatment Plant Expansions.

A Past President of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan, the Western Canada Water and Wastewater Association and the Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan, Bert has also served as a Volunteer with the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering; the University of Saskatchewan; SIAST; the Columbarium at St. John’s Cathedral; and the Canadian Cancer Society.


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Bob Korol

Nominated by: Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce

Born in Saskatoon and raised in Rosetown, Mr. Korol received his Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 1984 and went on to play professional hockey in Europe for 15 years. Upon retiring from professional sports in 1995, Mr. Korol accepted a position with Fife Council (a local government agency) in east central Scotland. He earned an MBA from the University of Stirling and his Chartered Public Financial Accountancy (FCPFA) designation, both in Scotland. Feeling the urge and opportunity to return home to family and friends, the Korol family came back to Saskatchewan in 2008, where Mr. Korol accepted a position as a Strategic Financial Planning Officer with the University of Saskatchewan. In August of 2010, Mr. Korol accepted the position as CEO of TCU Place in Saskatoon. Bob also holds a FCPA, FCMA designation in Canada.

Bob, his wife Dawn have two children, Michael and Sophie. The Korol’s reside in Saskatoon.


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Brent Schuler

Nominated by: Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce

Brent is a Partner and Manager of Pow City Mechanical, located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Brent’s strong knowledge of running a family business, corporate finance, business management and developing corporate strategy provide him with expertise in construction management, contract services, and conceptual and detailed estimating

Brent has many years of board experience including acting as Management Trustee for Health Welfare Pension Plan Sheet Metal Workers Union, Director and Chairmen for Foran Mining, and Board Member of Mechanical Contractors Association.

Brent currently holds a private pilot license and is the owner and operator of an aircraft and hangar at Saskatoon Airport.


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Brian Heinrichs

Nominated by: Saskatoon Airport Authority

Brian Heinrichs is a Partner in Assurance and Advisory Services with Virtus Group LLP in Saskatoon.

With over 20 years of public practice experience, Brian has been focused on audit and financial reporting throughout his career and works with numerous financial institutions, private companies, and not-for-profit organizations throughout Saskatchewan.

Brian holds a Chartered Professional Accountant designation, a Chartered Accountant designation and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Winnipeg. Brian also facilitates Board training in the areas of governance and risk management. Brian is a member of the firm's Best Practices Committee (Chair) and Audit Services Group, as well as the Allinial Global Canadian National Standards Committee, and was involved with marking and content development of the national exam for the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada for 16 years. Brian previously served for six years on the Board of a private post-secondary college, including terms as Board Chair and Chair of the Audit and Finance committee.


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Kaylynn Schroeder

Nominated by: Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada

Kaylynn Schroeder is a senior business leader with over thirty years of high profile leadership focusing on human resources and building capacity within organizations. She has been active in board governance for many organizations over the last several years, focused on managing risk. Very involved in the community, Kaylynn has served on several not-for-profit boards as a director and is currently serving as a director on the Royal University Hospital Foundation (RUHF) board and the Women Leading Philanthropy initiative at RUHF.


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Tammy Van Lambalgen

Nominated by: City of Saskatoon

Tammy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Juris Doctor degree graduating from the University of Saskatchewan in 1993. Starting her career in Calgary, Tammy practiced law at a large firm before moving to in-house counsel at Shell Canada. In 2003, she returned to Saskatoon to join Orano Canada Inc. Since joining Orano she has enjoyed a variety of responsibilities leading to her current position of Vice President, Chief Corporate Officer overseeing human resources, legal, communication and corporate social responsibility. 

In addition to her role at Orano Canada, since 2013 Tammy has served on the Board of Directors of SaskPower, a Saskatchewan crown corporation, and currently is the Chair of the Governance and Human Resouces Committee. She is also the Chair of the Saskatchewan Mining Association and a Director at the Nutiren's Wonderhub, acting as Board Chair for three years. 


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Tara Reichert

Nominated by: The Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344

Tara received her Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan. She is registered to practice engineering in both Saskatchewan and British Columbia. 

She has 17 years experience in providing structural engineering services in the building sector. Tara was a partner in JC Kenyon Engineering and has recently started a consulting engineering practice, Levity Engineering & Consulting. Her past project experience as a lead structural engineer includes: West River Landing Development, Dakota Dunes Hotel and a variety of different procurement methods including fast track, design build and traditional design-bid-build. 

She is an active volunteer at the University of Saskatchewan at the College of Engineering and served as a sessional lecturer for the fourth-year course "Design of Reinforced Concrete." Since 2007, she has volunteered with the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies | Saskatchewan in a variety of capacities including special procurement task force and as a member of the board of directors. 

Tara co-founded Female Engineers, Architects and Technologists (FEAT) after recognizing there was a need in our community for women in minority engineering and related technical fields to casually connect and converse with one another. FEAT currently has 200 members. 

 


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