Brian Carbol, Assessment Review Board
In applying to the board I was looking for opportunities to apply my experience, skills and knowledge in a completely new setting, to learn and develop new skills and a new knowledge base, and to have an opportunity to interact with the public directly and work collaboratively with fellow tribunal members.
I would say that as a member of the Assessment Review Board you have the great fortune to work with members who have been very successful in their careers. A great diversity of skill and knowledge sets are represented on the board and all contribute to the deliberations that result in making good decisions on the matters before the board. Board members work collaboratively and there is a very positive culture and camaraderie within the board. It is a pleasure to work in such an atmosphere.