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Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership General Manager Announces his Retirement

Mallay has led the operations and management of the SLEP office since June 1996. He has been a champion for industrial diversification and sustainable development in Sarnia-Lambton. Mallay led the initiative to establish a new Research and Development Park in Sarnia with the University of Western Ontario. He is currently team leader of the Ontario Cleantech Alliance, past co-chair of the Bluewater Sustainability Initiative and served on the Lambton College Foundation Board. He is also currently involved with the Boards of the following organizations: Bioindustrial Innovation Canada, Bluewater Technology Access Centre and the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce. Mallay holds degrees in economics-geography, urban planning and an MBA.

“I have worked with George during a good deal of his time with SLEP. He established great communication with the Board of Directors and appeared to have boundless energy. His ability to research new areas of development was the cornerstone to growth and sector diversification in Sarnia-Lambton,” said Bruce Hein, Chair of the SLEP Board of Directors. “We all wish him success in his retirement, and in whatever endeavor he chooses to pursue, going forward.”

SLEP has begun the recruitment process and has posted the General Manager position to various local and national career pages.

Mallay’s last day with the organization will be June 30, 2017.

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