Meet the new President and Vice-President of the SCNL Alumni Association
Skills Canada NL elects Tyler Hiscock as President and Ally Wragg as Vice-President of the SCNL Alumni Association for 2019-2021 term.
SCNL is proud to announce the appointment of Tyler Hiscock as the new President of the SCNL Alumni Association, and Ally Wragg as Vice-President for the term of 2019-2021. Both Tyler and Ally are Provincial and National Skills Canada Medal winners and have given back to the organization in leadership roles.
Tyler competed in Public Speaking and won Gold Medals provincially in 2017 and 2018 and won the National Bronze Medal in 2018. Tyler went on to represent the province at the Skills Canada National Competition Youth Leadership Assembly in 2019 and serves as a technical committee volunteer member for the Provincial Technical Committee for Public Speaking.
Ally competed in Photography and won Gold Medals provincially in 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019 and won the National Bronze Medal in 2019. Ally worked in the SCNL office over the summer, organized many alumni events and worked diligently to build the alumni association and set a path for future growth.
Tyler and Ally are excited to work together and will make a fantastic team. They look forward to hearing from other alumni and welcoming their participation in all SCNL activities.
SCNL is very thankful for the leadership and involvement of our outgoing President, Erin Ball. Erin begins the next chapter of her professional career as she studies Dentistry at University of Saskatchewan and will always be a part of the Skills Canada family. Erin is excited to congratulate Tyler and Ally on their well- deserved appointments on the Alumni Association. “I have full trust that they will continue to contribute to the Skills Movement by engaging alumni. I wish Tyler and Ally the best in their time serving the association, and I look forward to seeing the future growth of the Alumni Association at SCNL!”
Congratulations Tyler and Ally, and best of luck, Erin!