Alberta Association of Colleges & Technical Institutes

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The Alberta public colleges and technical institutes have had an informal association since 1990. In 1992, the Council of Presidents and the Council of Board Chairs for the 12 public colleges and institutes became more formalized and an Executive Assistant was hired to provide support to the two councils. Sharon Carry was one of the original founders of the organization.[1]

In August 2002, the Alberta Association of Colleges & Technical Institutes (AACTI) was incorporated under the Societies Act of Alberta. Today, AACTI provides a single voice for Alberta's 16 public colleges and technical institutes. AACTI operates out of two locations; a head office in Edmonton and an innovation office at the Olds College School of Innovation (OCSI). The association is led by Mr. Tim Schultz, AACTI's Executive Director.

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  1. ^ "Bow Valley College President and CEO Sharon Carry to Join the Alberta Order of Excellence". Business in Calgary. 24 (12): 26–27. December 2014. Retrieved 13 April 2016 – via EBSCO.

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