Julee Galvin is one of four people appointed recently by the Manitoba government to the Brandon University Board of Governors.
Galvin is an accountant and business advisor with MNP in Virden with a focus on agriculture. She also farms with her husband in the area.
Tami-Rae Rourke is the co-founder of I-NetLink Wireless and Net-Set Communications, which she ran for 17 years. She now serves as chief operating officer of Tower Co. Canada and is president of the Brandon Chamber of Commerce.
Michelle Archibald is entering her fifth and final year of music education at Brandon University, where she studies instrumental music education for middle and high school students. Her volunteer experience includes the Brandon Jazz Festival and Brandon Level One Festival and she is a chorister with Konektis in Brandon.
Grant Jackson is a third-year history major at Brandon University. He has served on the board since 2017.
The Brandon University Board of Governors consists of 17 members, including two student representatives, and is responsible for appointing the president, vice-president, deans and other staff. Appointments are for up to three-year terms, except for students who have one-year terms.