Elizabeth Bond has held senior roles in global corporations in operations, manufacturing, customer service and executive relations. Her career, however, began in education – as a professor of Civil Engineering at Sheridan College – and then returned to education – as a professor of Business at Mohawk College and, in the last four years, as the Associate Dean of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology.
With a passion for lifelong learning, Elizabeth, a Civil Engineering graduate from the University of Waterloo (1981), holds two Masters: EMBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business (2005) and an MTS from the University of Toronto (2014). She is also a graduate of the Rotman School of Business Corporate Director Accreditation program.
Elizabeth has served as a member on several boards including Halton Wellspring, Canadian Mental Health Association – Halton, Accreditation Board of OACETT, Women in Science and Engineering and College Council at Sheridan College. She was a member of a number of Program Advisory Councils and has just retired her position as a Governor on the Mohawk College Board of Governors. Elizabeth believes in the power of engagement and motivation, and as such, she ran the Women in Tech Coffee Hour club and the Game Development club at Mohawk and was very active in engaging her team in R&D projects with both ministry and industrial partners.
Elizabeth is an enthusiastic volunteer within her parish community. She enjoys family time and needlework and has just published the first book in the Stella Hudson High Series - The Case of the Robot Sabotage.