Mary-Ann Bell nominated for SNC-Lavalin board
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As part of an ongoing leadership renewal process to support its strategic objectives, consulting engineering firm SNC-Lavalin has nominated Mary-Ann Bell, an industrial engineer by background, to join its board of directors.
Bell is currently a corporate director for the Institute for Governance of Private and Public Organizations (IGOPP) and a director for Nav Canada and Cogeco. After earning her master’s degree in engineering at INRS and Ecole Polytechnique and finance for executive certificate at Harvard Business School, she had a successful career in telecommunications with Bell Canada and Bell Aliant Regional Communications.
“She will be a great addition to the board,” says chair Kevin Lynch, “and has a strong commitment to the success of SNC-Lavalin as a global company, headquartered in Montreal.”
Bell will stand for election by the firm’s shareholders on May 7 at a virtual annual general meeting (AGM), arranged in keeping with public health authorities’ latest guidelines to reduce person-to-person contact during the global COVID-19 pandemic.