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Ray Ivany

Ray Ivany.jpgRay Ivany has always been an achiever. When he took over at the Nova Scotia Community College: the institution was floundering.

But under his leadership, the 13 campuses were united under one brand; the college saw the single-largest capital investment ever in its history; and the NSCC underwent a period of rapid growth in enrolment.

He's been executive V-P of Cape Breton University; former chair of the Workers Compensation Board; and named one of the top CEOs in Atlantic Canada.

And earlier this year, Ray Ivany took on a new challenge. He's now the President of Acadia University.

Steve Sutherland spoke with him from our Halifax studio.

Ray Ivany  (runs  17:28)

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