Governance & Leadership

 Tim Rahilly, PhD, president and vice-chancellor  

Tim Rahilly, PhD
President and Vice-Chancellor

In May 2019, Tim Rahilly, PhD, became Mount Royal University’s tenth president and first vice-chancellor, serving a five-year term. An established leader in higher education and student affairs, Rahilly (pronounced RAW-lee) was previously Vice-Provost, Students and International at Simon Fraser University, a position he has held since 2010. Prior to this, he held academic and administrative roles in the university sector starting in 1998.

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Lesley Brown, PhD
Provost and Vice-President, Academic

Lesley Brown, PhD, is the Provost and Vice-President, Academic. In this senior leadership role, Brown oversees all facets of educational programming and research at the University, while advancing strategic academic priorities.

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Annalise Van Ham  
 
Annalise Van Ham
Vice-President, Finance and Administration

Annalise Van Ham is the Vice-President, Finance and Administration of Mount Royal University. She oversees the management of non-academic administrative and operational services that support the University’s mission by providing specialized services to the Mount Royal community.

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Steve Fitterer  

Steve Fitterer
Vice-President, Student Affairs and Campus Life

Steve Fitterer is Vice-President, Student Affairs and Campus Life. Fitterer works to understand the changing needs of students and to apply this knowledge to student services within Mount Royal University. In addition to overseeing nine service departments, he sits on many of the University’s major planning bodies.

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Paul Rossmann  

Paul Rossmann
Vice-President, University Advancement

Paul Rossmann, Vice-President, University Advancement, leads Mount Royal University’s alumni relations, fund development, government relations, marketing and communications teams. He brings to this portfolio a wealth of executive experience, primarily with Credit Union Central Alberta where he held a series of positions with increasing responsibility.

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