VP Academic + Provost Bonne Zabolotney Named One of the Top 10 Most Influential Female Administrators in Metro Vancouver Higher Education
Posted on March 03, 2016 | Updated April 27, 2021, 11:07am
Compiled by the Georgia Straight in support of International Women's Day.
Article by Charlie Smith, Georgia Straight, March 2, 2016
Bonne Zabolotney joins the Georgia Straight's impressive list of influential female post-secondary educators and administrators which include: Martha Piper, Interim President, UBC; Joy Johnson, Vice President, Research, SFU; Kathy Kinloch, President, BCIT; Louise Cowan, Vice-President, UBC; Shauna Sylvester, Director, SFU Centre for Dialogue; Catherine Dauvergne, Dean, Peter Allard School of Law, UBC; Moura Quayle, Director, UBC Liu Institute for Global Issues; and Jane Kee, Deputy Provost and Vice Provost, KPU.
Bonne Zabolotney (ECUAD)
'The vice president academic and provost at Emily Carr University of Art + Design has deep ties with the Vancouver arts community, having worked with such organizations as Vancouver Opera, TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival Society, and the Vancouver Recital Society. An expert in typography, some of her stamp designs are in Canada's National Archives, including one recognizing the formation of Nunavut. Zabolotney was appointed to her position less than a year ago but has been with the institution since 2001 in a variety of roles, including as dean of design and dynamic media and dean of graduate studies. As Emily Carr prepares to move to its new campus on Great Northern Way, her responsibilities, as well as her profile, are certain to increase.'
The list was prepared in advance of International Women's Day, which is celebrated around the world on Tuesday, March 8, 2016.