The College was honoured to present Terri Rosser with the award in recognition of her support of the College. Terri was presented with the award during the Convocation ceremony hosted in September 2019 in Slave Lake.
Terri has been the Community Adult Learning Program (CALP) Coordinator in High Prairie for 16 years, and a member of the High Prairie Community Education Committee (CEC) for the duration of that time.
Terri’s advocacy for educational services in her community spans the continuum, from adult literacy and numeracy, to crafting workshops, through to post-secondary programming. NLC has been a fortunate beneficiary of this advocacy, with Terri fulfilling the role of Chair of the Council of Community Education Committees (CCEC) for the last ten (10) years.
Terri is a strong believer in lifelong learning and continually demonstrates this in her daily living. She has volunteered for innumerable organizations throughout the years, becoming a leader in her community. With a ‘no-nonsense attitude’, Terri raised a large family, all while being involved with her community, fueled by her compassion to help others.
Terri demonstrates loyalty in all aspects of her life, forming relationships wherever she goes, making lifelong friends along the way.
Terri, thank you for your advocacy and dedication to moving the College forward.