Executive Leadership

The President of RRC Polytech is appointed by the Board of Governors and is the College’s Chief Executive Officer. The College also has two Vice-Presidents, each responsible for various academic and administrative functions within the College.

Note: For copies of organizational charts, contact Tyler Parsons, Executive Assistant to the President’s Office (Acting), at

Senior Leadership Team

RRC Polytech’s Senior Leadership team consists of the President, two Vice-Presidents and six Executive Directors. This group operates as a team, working collaboratively and cross-functionally.


Academic is responsible for the curriculum and education experience of our students. Our innovative course of study is structured so that students can gain the knowledge they need to jump right into the workforce, with 96% of job seeking graduates finding a job post-graduation.

Reporting to the Vice-President of Academic are the Executive Director of Academic, the Executive Director Student Services and Global Partnership and the Senior Strategic Advisor.


The Advancement team is accountable for the overall leadership, strategic direction, vision and management of the Strategic Plan.

Under its four pillars – Knowledge, Innovation, Partnerships and Profile – this group plays a major role in fostering a respectful leadership style, shaping the future direction of the College and developing strategies and plans to get us there.

Finance and Administration

Finance and Administration provides support for RRC Polytech students, faculty, staff and community partners. The Vice-President of Finance and Administration is the Chief Financial Officer of the College and oversees all financial and business operations, including financial planning, budget development, and personnel services.

Reporting to the Vice-President are the Executive Director of Finance and Campus Services as well as the Chief Human Resources Officer.

Indigenous Strategy

RRC Polytech has committed historically, presently and in the future, to strategies and actions that increase not only Indigenous participation in post-secondary education but also Indigenous achievement and success. There continues to be a commitment to implement processes to support Indigenous Achievement across the College.

The School of Indigenous Education is a part of Indigenous Strategy and works cooperatively with the community, students and staff to ensure Indigenous students have access to the supports and services needed to successfully complete their program at RRC Polytech.

The division offers a number of academic programs including the ACCESS Model Program and an Indigenous student resource centre that offers students a home away from home.

RRC Polytech campuses are located on the lands of Anishinaabe, Ininiwak, Anishininew, Dakota, and Dené, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.

We recognize and honour Treaty 3 Territory Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, the source of Winnipeg’s clean drinking water. In addition, we acknowledge Treaty Territories which provide us with access to electricity we use in both our personal and professional lives.

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