Leadership

Darla Campbell, P.Eng.
Candidate for PEO Vice President

Proven leadership in business and the community provides PEO with the best choice for Vice President in the 2020 election.

I have worked with Darla Campbell as a committee member  when she was the chair of the Government Liaison Committee of PEO and the Chair of the Strategy, Policy and Innovation Committee of the Canadian National Exhibition Association.

I always found that Darla was well prepared and organized for each meeting that she was chairing.    She had an excellent grasp of issues and was very capable in communicating a vision and way forward for success.   She did this in a collaborative manner that was always very respectful and appreciative of comments made at meetings that brought out the best in team members.

Darla is a hard working dedicated leader who is needed to help PEO to build upon its current strengths and to address current PEO shortcoming that could allow the PEO to be  aimed toward being a world class regulator. 

I encourage you to vote for Darla Campbell.

Jim Chisholm, M.Eng., P.Eng, FEC, Former Chair of the West Toronto Chapter of the PEO,  Former Vice President of the Professional Engineers of the Government of Ontario (PEGO) and current Board Member of the OSPE Board.

NOTE: The above endorsement is personal and does not reflect or represent the endorsement of PEO Council, a PEO chapter or committee or any organization with which an individual providing an endorsement is affiliated.

In August, Darla was recognized with the Notable Woman Award by the Canadian Federation of University Women on the occasion of the organization’s 100th anniversary in Winnipeg.

The Canadian National Exhibition Association honoured 21 women with the Woman of Distinction Award at the opening ceremonies of the 138th CNE, including Darla Campbell, P.Eng. (August 19, 2016).

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MP Pam Damoff awarded 20 special Canada 150 Sesquicentennial Awards to outstanding residents of Oakville and Burlington who positively impact and influence the community.  Darla Campbell was one of the recipients for her significant contribution to her community and country as a role model for women in leadership.  She is passionate about sustainability and the environment, the importance of youth engagement and the need for diversity and inclusion (November 16, 2017).

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Darla is an active member of many organizations in her community including Professional Engineers Ontario, Canadian Federation of University Women, Oakville Chamber of Commerce, Waterlution and University Women’s Club of Oakville Scholarship Fund. She co-founded Advancement of Women Halton, an umbrella group of women’s organizations in Halton Region.  She launched Leadership Quest Camp for Kids, a unique leadership program in Oakville and Ottawa.

“Darla has shown years of collaborative leadership connecting with the local engineering and business community. She has backed evidence based decision making with government and has a pragmatic view of how to get things done.”

 

Tom Adams, Oakville Town and Regional Councillor