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Sherri Berman

Sherri Berman holds a Bachelors Degree with a major in Psychology, a Human Resources Management Certificate, a Conflict Management Certificate and a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) Designation. She has over 15 years experience as an accomplished Human Resources leader partnering with businesses to provide professional and timely support on the broad scope of Human Resources within organizations. Sherri is a strategic thinker with a solid understanding of business strategies and their link to Human Resources practices.

Lisa Holden Rovers

Lisa Holden Rovers is the Founder of Workplace Matters, a coaching and training firm that grows strong leaders and builds cohesive teams. Prior to founding Workplace Matters in 2005, Lisa held national and international senior human resources positions where she was responsible for the development of the leaders and teams she supported. She is passionate about serving her clients in their quest to have a lasting influence and impact on people's lives at work.

Genevieve Primus

Genevieve is one of the Managing Partners at Daeco HR Consulting. Genevieve has been in human resources for over 18 years. She holds a BComm with a major in Human Resources along with a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation.

Janet Salopek

Janet is a CPHR with 20 plus years of experience. She is a senior business leader with a strong background in strategic planning, human resources and board governance. She also brings to the client advanced certification in Board Governance with an Institute of Corporate Directors designation (ICD.D). In June of 2005, she left her position as VP of Human Resources for United Farmers of Alberta and in 2006, incorporated Salopek & Associates Ltd.

Laura Watkins

I am a dynamic individual offering over 14 years progressive HR experience, as well as a Bachelor of Management, with a major in Human Resources. I consistently demonstrate initiative by working through multiple projects in tight time frames. I excel at identifying and prioritizing challenges / opportunities while putting forth viable solutions.

Christopher Jones

Chris is a highly accomplished business leader with 30 years’ experience leading and growing companies in Calgary, Alberta.  Chris has a passion for leadership development and organizational effectiveness. He combines his extensive executive insight with best in class coaching credentials, management consulting expertise and high impact training and facilitation techniques. This rare and potent combination yields impressive results for his clients. Known for his values-based leadership and high integrity, he builds trusting relationships with clients quickly with a thoughtful approach.

Joanne Dial

A designated HR professional with 20 years of experience designing and implementing human capital strategies for corporations. From 2007 to January 2017, I was the sole HR leader at a publicly traded Canadian alternative energy firm with a US based subsidiary that was acquired and privatised in 2015 by a China-based organisation. A candid communicator with a talent for team building coupled with battle tested business acumen. Experience with mergers, acquisitions and divestitures in multi-national and multi-cultural organisations. Executive compensation expertise and education.

Arnold Marira

Senior Human Resources Manager with 10 years of Human Resources experience.

Consultancy Experience:

Currently contracted by an aboriginal municipal authority and a non-profit entity.

In-house HR Experience:

Currently a Human Resources Manager for an oilfield subsidiary of a publicly traded company.

Previously managed Human Resources for a logistics division of a major retail chain.

Boardroom / Director Experience:

Melody Wisoley

I am an experienced organizational effectiveness professional, facilitator and trainer with over 20 years of HR and Talent Management experience gained primarily in the oil and gas, energy, manufacturing and banking sectors. I ask the tough questions and create a dynamic learning environment by having participants play an active role in their own learning process.

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