Scholarships

     

Congratulations to the 2021 Recipient of the Alectra Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) Scholarship

The Directors College is delighted to announce this year’s recipient of the Alectra Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) Scholarship, Earl Davis.

“We are very pleased to award this scholarship to an individual who is committed to gaining the knowledge to become a more impactful board director, and helping create a more diverse and inclusive governance environment.” says Dave Mammoliti, Managing Director of The Directors College. “We believe they, and their organization, will benefit from the competencies and confidence gained through our ‘gold standard’ governance education program.”

The annual scholarship is part of the AlectraCARES Community Support Program, covers all five modules of the C.Dir. Program, and is awarded each calendar year between 2021 and 2025, to one Ontario-based individual who identifies as racialized.

The Directors College will begin accepting applications for next year’s scholarship in Spring/Summer 2022.

­About Alectra Inc.

Serving more than one million homes and businesses in Ontario’s Greater Golden Horseshoe area, Alectra Utilities is now the largest municipally-owned electric utility in Canada, based on the total number of customers served. We contribute to the economic growth and vibrancy of the 17 communities we serve by investing in essential energy infrastructure, delivering a safe and reliable supply of electricity, and providing innovative energy solutions.

Our mission is to be an energy ally, helping our customers and the communities we serve to discover the possibilities of tomorrow’s energy future.

Eligibility Requirements

Application Requirements and Instructions

Please direct any questions about the scholarship to: scholarships@thedirectorscollege.com.

PREVIOUS SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

THE BOARD DIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP

Christopher Hope – 2018
Anne-Josée Laquerre – 2019
Michelle Stanford – 2020

THE EMERGING LEADER SCHOLARSHIP

Mark Tiu Lim – 2018
Danielle Rocheleau – 2019

THE COVID-19 IMPACT SCHOLARSHIP

Brandon Day – 2020