Keyano’s President and CEO is one of the lowest paid across Alberta Colleges for her position.
That’s according to the latest Sunshine List, a public document that showcases public sector employees who made over $105, 000 in 2016.
The report notes Tracy Edwards made over $301,000 in 2016, while eight others who hold the same position in other colleges were paid more.
Previous President Kevin Nagel also made a lot more than Edwards, pulling in $355,428.06 in 2015.
She did, however, get paid more than three President and CEO’s including Lakeland College, Medicine Hat College, and Portage College.
The list was topped by NorQuest College:
- NorQuest College Board of Governors President and CEO Jodi Abbott – $541,421.00
- Bow Valley College President and CEO Sharon Carry – $449,338.60
- Lethbridge College Board of Governors President Paula Burns – $429,293.86
- Grand Prairie Regional College Board of Governors Don Gnatiuk – $395,718.76
- Olds College Board of Governors President and CEO Herbert Thompson – $384,711.58
- Grand Prairie President and CEO Don Gnatiuk – $382,399.38
- Red Deer College Board of Governors President and CEO Joel Ward – 369,046.49
- Alberta College of Art and Design Board of Governors President and CEO Daniel Doz – $310,398.40
- Keyano President and CEO Tracey Edwards – $301,974.49
- Lakeland College President and CEO Alice Wainwright-Stewart – $300,677.39 (2015)
- Medicine Hat College President and CEO Denise Henning – $290,141.42
- Portage College President and CEO Trent Keough – $277,089.43
Meanwhile, two university presidents topped the list for highest paid across all schools in the province.
President of the University of Alberta David Turpin made $642,461.03 while the University of Calgary’s President Margaret- Elizabeth Cannon raked in $631,043.13.