The head of the Calgary Olympic nomination has once again worked as CEO of Calgary's Economic Development.
Mary Moran returns to the head of the CED this week after a five-month leave, during which he served as CEO of Calgary's Olympic offer corporation. Moran, the first woman to run an Olympic bidding company in Canada, directed the development of a hosting plan at a cost of 5.1 million dollars ($ 2.8 billion of which would have been public money ) and led to an intense public leadership campaign, up to the November 13 plebiscite.
Moran said a successful offer could have led to a return on investment "10 to 1" and created more than 15,000 jobs in Calgary. However, the voters finally rejected the Olympic proposal with a margin of 56.4%.
Steve Allan, chair of the board of directors of Calgary Economic Development, assumed the role of the executive chair of the organization during the absence of Moran to cover his functions.
The economic development of Calgary will host its annual report to the Community on February 28.