I have been a proud member of the CCRA Board of Directors since 2017, and in that time have experienced profound changes in how the CCRA operates, there in the early days of the move from a developer-led Board to the first resident-managed Residents’ Association in Airdrie. Over the last year I have been honoured to serve as President of the Board and am grateful to have the opportunity to continue to use my institutional knowledge to keep moving the CCRA forward without sacrificing the lessons we’ve learned in the past.
In my professional life, I have a background in strategy, project management, business planning, and a wide variety of additional skills.
I originally joined the CCRA Board because I wanted to give back to the community where me and my family have made our home. Cooper’s is a wonderful community, full of families and many young children like my own, so when I think about what kind of community I want to live in, I think both of the children who play in our parks as well as the adults who use our pathways or drive our roads, and try to provide thoughtful and informed insight and opinion with that in mind.