MLA Stephen Khan; St. Albert

Father, we are thankful for MLA
Stephen Khan. Continue to give him vision, direction, and the steps necessary
to move our province forward. May he feel encouraged as he serves the people of
his constituency. We pray that you will give him the strength he needs to carry
out the many tasks before him. We pray that in the midst of his busy schedule
that his family will always find time to be together. In Jesus name, Amen 

Stephen Khan was elected as the Member of the Legislative
Assembly for St. Albert on April 23, 2012. Two weeks later Premier Alison
Redford appointed him Minister of Enterprise and Advanced Education, a position
he held until February 4, 2013.

Mr. Khan currently serves as
the chair of the Standing Committee on the Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund
and as a member of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts, the Standing
Committee on Families and Communities and the Standing Committee on Resource
Stewardship.

Mr. Khan attended elementary
and high school in St. Albert. He graduated from the University of Alberta with
a bachelor of arts degree in anthropology.

For more than 20 years Mr. Khan
owned and operated his family´s software development company, Management
Information Group (St. Albert) Ltd. During that time he grew the business into
a North American and international presence with thousands of clients across
Canada, the United States and Europe, and expanded its staff from eight to more
than 70 employees.

Mr. Khan´s roots are firmly
planted in St. Albert, where his family is actively involved in the community.
He has volunteered for the St. Albert Minor Hockey Association and the St.
Albert Minor Baseball Association, and both he and his wife have been active
volunteers at their children´s schools. Mr. Khan is also involved with the St.
Albert Food Bank, and he serves breakfast at The Rock in Edmonton´s Boyle
McCauley area. He is a past board member of the Northern Alberta Business
Incubator.

He and his wife, Rae, live in
St. Albert with their two children.

December 4, 2013