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Thursday, 30 March 2017 10:15

Mark Majchrowski named new CAO of Kawartha Conservation

March 29, 2017 – The Kawartha Conservation Board of Directors is pleased to announce Mark Majchrowski has accepted the position of Chief Administrative Officer for Kawartha Conservation effective April 1.

Board Chair Ted Smith made the announcement Wednesday evening during the Kawartha Conservation Annual General Meeting in Port Perry.

“Mark is a natural and well-qualified choice to ensure the successful future of our organization,” said Mr. Smith during the announcement.

Mr. Majchrowski started his career with Kawartha Conservation in 1999 as a Biologist/GIS Specialist, progressing to Director, Integrated Watershed Management and Science. In the Director role, Mr. Majchrowski has been responsible for Kawartha Conservation’s technical programming, including planning and regulation services, Source Water Protection, science and monitoring programs, Lake Management Planning, floodplain mapping, stewardship services and conservation areas management.

“I would like to thank the Board for this opportunity and for their confidence and support,” said Mr. Majchrowski. “I am excited to be able to continue to work with such an incredibly talented and hard-working staff in my new capacity as CAO.”

Mr. Majchrowski added the strength of Kawartha Conservation comes from the many successful partnerships across the watershed and beyond.

“I am looking forward to continuing to build upon our strong municipal and educational partnerships and programs and working with all of our tireless volunteers who are dedicated and committed to supporting our environment and our communities,” he said.  

Mr. Majchrowski has a Hons. B.Sc., Physical Geography/Environmental Science Degree from Trent University and went on to complete a diploma in GIS – Applications Specialist at Sir Sandford Fleming College. He has also completed a Professional Management Certificate at University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Lean Six Sigma Greenbelt training and obtained an Ecological Land Classification Certificate from the Ministry of Natural Resources.

Mr. Majchrowski replaces Rob Messervey who retired in December.