The UW-GK is proud to Congratulate our Vice-President Fundraising Ugonna Chigbo who is also the Golden Key Canadian Representative for Students for 2018-2019.
Ugonna attended the New Orleans Summit and learned much about his additional role within Golden Key.
We also thank Ugonna for accepting our Key Chapter Award!! We are thrilled to receive this 3 years in a row!!
The UW-GK is proud to have two of our own members in positions with the International Golden Key.
Glen Lovie was our founding President from 2013 - 2015. He is currently an Alumni member and Past President with the UW-GK, and the Golden Key Canadian Representative for Students.
Glen Lovie (B.B.A.) is a graphic designer and project planner, currently working in the security printing industry with an international clientele. During his career, he was actively involved in developing quality system policy and procedure guidelines for several organizations. Having achieved a degree in Business Administration in 2013, he is continuing to work toward a second Bachelor’s degree, this one in Conflict Resolution Studies at Menno Simons College, an affiliate of The University of Winnipeg. He was the inaugural President of UW Golden Key Chapter, established in 2013, and served two successive terms in this position. At present, he is the representative on the Golden Key Council of Student Members for the Canadian region.
Glen is eager to hear comments or suggestions from all Canadian Golden Key members at email@example.com
Cathrine Froese Klassen is the current UW-GK Faculty Advisor and is a representative on the Golden Key Council of Advisors for the Canadian region.
Cathrine Froese-Klassen, a UW Education Faculty member, editor, and published scholar, specializes in gifted and talented education, curriculum development, and pedagogy. She has held many leadership positions. As a co-founder of the UW-GK Chapter in 2013, she has been the Faculty Advisor since its inception and also the representative on the Golden Key Council of Advisors for the Canadian region since June 2015.