Dominion Institute's executive director steps down

    TORONTO, Feb. 18 /CNW/ - Rudyard Griffiths, co-founder and executive
director of the Dominion Institute, Canada's largest history and citizenship
think-tank, announced this morning that he is stepping down after ten years at
the organization's helm. Mr. Griffiths will remain with the Institute until a
new executive director is hired and continue to sit on the Institute's board
of governors.
    "Launching the Institute and leading its development over the last decade
has been a phenomenal personal and professional experience," said Rudyard
Griffiths, 37. "The Institute has always been an organization led by young
people for young people. After ten years of building the Institute - its
programs, staff, donors and national volunteer network - we are now in a
position to make the transition from a founder-run organization to a new
generation of leadership."
    The Dominion Institute is initiating a search process today to find
Mr. Griffiths' replacement.
    More information on this story and a full copy of the job posting can be
found on the Dominion Institute's website:

For further information:

For further information: Alison Faulknor, Acting Director, The Dominion
Institute, 1-866-701-1867,

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