Honourable Stephen Khan – MLA for St. Albert

God in Heaven we are praying today for
Honourable Stephen Khan as he serves as minister of Service Alberta and ask
that You enable him to represent the interests of the community of St.
Albert.  We agree together in Prayer for
divine wisdom as he meets with concerns of the government.  May he rest well at night and awake each day
refreshed.  Amen.  

Minister of Service Alberta

Stephen Khan was elected as the Member of the Legislative Assembly for
St. Albert on April 23, 2012. He was appointed Minister of Service Alberta on
September 15, 2014 and also serves as a member of the Treasury Board. He
previously served as Minister of Enterprise and Advanced Education.

Mr. Khan previously served as chair of the Standing Committee on the
Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund and chair of the Standing Committee on
Resource Stewardship as well as a member of the Standing Committees on Families
and Communities, Public Accounts and Privileges and Elections, Standing Orders
and Printing.

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.