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The Alberta Students' Executive Council (ASEC) is a provincial advocacy organization representing the interests of more than 105,000 students. We are a place where students learn, lead and work together to create solutions for Alberta’s post-secondary sector. 



For Immediate Release

 Alberta Students’ Executive Council Optimistic about Working with Premier Rachel Notley and Minister Lori Sigurdson

 May 25, 2015 | Edmonton, Alberta – The Alberta Students’ Executive Council (ASEC) would like to congratulate Rachel Notley as she is sworn in as Alberta’s 17th Premier.

 ASEC, which represents over 105,000 students from 14 institutions, looks forward to working with Premier Notley and the rest of her government. “We commend Rachel Notley’s history of commitment to post-secondary education and her willingness to work with students," says Kristen George, ASEC Chair. “We anticipate the great things that a collaboration focused future will bring."

 The NDP has consistently communicated that post-secondary education is a priority. ASEC hopes to strengthen their history of open communication with the provincial government through the building of a strong relationship with Lori Sigurdson, the new Minister of Innovation and Advance Education. According to George, "This is an exciting time for Alberta’s students. We are looking forward to meeting with Premier Notley and Minister Sigurdson in their new roles.


 For more information contact

 Kristen George, Chair

Alberta Students’ Executive Council


 Teresa Currie, Executive Director

Alberta Students’ Executive Council



ASEC  2014 Goal Setting Conference