College of the Rockies announces new Executive Director, HR and Payroll

Calverley’s human resources career has included a variety of senior human resources positions in private and public sectors

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Laurie Calverley, new Executive Director, Human Resources and Payroll at College of the Rockies.

Laurie Calverley, new Executive Director, Human Resources and Payroll at College of the Rockies. — Photo courtesy College of the Rockies

College of the Rockies President and CEO, David Walls, is pleased to announce the appointment of Laurie Calverley as the new Executive Director, Human Resources and Payroll.

Calverley’s human resources career has included a variety of senior human resources positions in both the private and public sectors. Most recently, she held positions in the K-12 systems in Victoria and Kamloops.

Her experience is complemented by a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Social Policy for Development. She holds a diploma in human resources management, certificates in interest-based negotiation and interest-based mediation as well as a Qualified Mediator designation. Her interest in mediated settlement has led her to be a roster mediator, assisting with civil mediation services for Alberta Justice.

“It is an exciting time to be part of College of the Rockies,” Calverley said. “I’m looking forward to meeting everyone at this wonderful educational institution and to working with the incredible HR and Payroll team as we continue to support College successes.”

“We are pleased to have Laurie joining our executive team,” Walls said. “I have no doubt her experience and background will be of great benefit to the College. We look forward to her contributions to our community.”

Calverley began her new role on June 3.

About College of the Rockies

For more than 40 years, College of the Rockies has provided post-secondary education that meets the needs and aspirations of the people, industry and businesses of our region. Each year, we welcome more than 10,000 full-time and part-time students into a full range of programs, including: skilled trades, university studies, adult upgrading, early childhood education, health and human services, business, office administration, tourism, hospitality, recreation, fire services, continuing education and contract training. Through smaller class sizes, highly-personalized instruction and dedicated support services, our students are primed to succeed in the job market, or in the next stage of their academic journey.

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