Charlottetown appoints Eleanor Mohammed as chief administrative officer
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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The Metropolis of Charlottetown has named Eleanor Mohammed as its new chief administrative officer (CAO).
Mohammed will start onboarding and conducting transition conferences with the interim CAO and metropolis workers as of March 20, together with her function formally beginning on April 3.
She replaces interim CAO Donna Waddell, who returned to the function in Could 2022 following her retirement from the place in 2016.
Earlier than her appointment, Mohammed spent nearly 20 years in varied public, non-public and non-profit sectors, together with as a senior-level municipal administrator.
Earlier than transferring to the Island, Eleanor was the deputy chief administrative officer within the metropolis of Beaumont, Alta.
During the last 12 months, she has labored for the P.E.I. provincial authorities within the municipal affairs division of the Division of Fisheries and Communities and most lately as a supervisor within the Land Division of the Division of Agricultural and Land.
Moreover, she has served as president of the Canadian Institute of Planners, co-chair of the United Nations Habitat (UNHABITAT) Professionals Discussion board and is at present the president of the Commonwealth Affiliation of Planners.
Mohammed can also be a Registered Skilled Planner (RPP) with the P.E.I. Institute of Skilled Planners and a Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners (MCIP), in addition to being designated as an Environmental Skilled (EP) by way of Eco Canada.
The CAO is chargeable for overseeing the Metropolis of Charlottetown’s municipal funds of over $180 million and a group of over 400 workers.