Dedicated, diverse and involved
The EFCL staff is dedicated to the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues and to the community league movement. Each member brings considerable skills, expertise and experience to their jobs that benefit both the EFCL and the community leagues.
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Meet the EFCL Staff
Laura is the past president of Ritchie Community League and previously worked as a Senior Program Officer with Indigenous Services Canada, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch.
Operations and Membership, Senior Director
Joanne has 25 years office administrative experience. Her duties include office management, events and planning. Joanne also manages membership services to our leagues, and manages the online membership sales. She is very familiar with all aspects of league management having, at one time or another, held most of the positions at her home league of Strathcona Centre
Business Development Director
Nora has worked with several charities, non-profit organizations and her own community league of Parkallen, organizing events, programs, redevelopment projects, donations and fundraising initiatives. Nora is the lead staffer at the EFCL for the 100th Anniversary Project, manages sponsorship opportunities and plans many of the public participation events.
Barb has worked in administration for 26 years, mostly with the City of Edmonton. Being semi-retired, she is very happy to work part-time with the EFCL as administrative assistant. In her spare time, Barb loves to walk her dogs in the River Valley with her almost new husband.
Community Planning Advisor
Stephanie is a recent graduate from the University of Alberta’s Urban and Regional Planning program, where she focused on community planning, sustainability, and the ways in which our neighbourhoods can enhance our quality of life. She is very excited to be joining the EFCL and looks forward to working with and learning from Edmonton’s many diverse communities.
Jasmin is a self-proclaimed Edmonton enthusiast with a background in communications and graphic design.
She has volunteered with several diverse non-profit organizations in Edmonton's arts and music communities, including a music festival.
Jasmin graduated with diplomas in Public Relations as well as Digital Arts and Media from MacEwan University. If you have a question about social media, she is the person to ask.
Governance & Programs, Senior Director
Colin has spent the last 10 years working in human resources and program management roles. His passion in human resources is in training and development. Having experience as a board member for social services, education, community development and funding agencies allows him to understand the challenges and opportunities that the non-profit sector faces. Colin works to enhance programming at EFCL and support the governance processes of the individual leagues.
Energy Transition Officer
A recent graduate of NAIT’s Alternative Energy Technology program, Michael carries a BA in Philosophy and an Energy Manager in Training certification from the Association of Energy Engineers. Having enjoyed the benefits of Edmonton’s community leagues since he was a kid, Michael is passionate about grassroots organization and sustainable living. As the Energy Transition Officer for the EFCL, Michael is responsible for managing the Green Leagues program and supporting local Community Leagues in their efforts to promote sustainability and green energy in their communities.
Active Recreation Officer
Erin has four years of post-secondary in Physical and Special Education from the University of Alberta. She has professional experience with several non-profit organizations and has extensive experience with event management and volunteer services. She is passionate about volunteerism, community advocacy, evidence-based practice and program development. She looks forward to working with Community Leagues and improving active recreation programming opportunities in Edmonton.
Indigenous Project Officer
Rayna is a graduate of the Indigenous Studies program at the University of Winnipeg, one of the first Canadian Universities to establish an Indigenous course requirement as part of all Bachelor's degrees, a process Rayna helped spearhead with her friends. She is passionate about advancing Indigenous peoples and communities and her work consists of working on ways to create bridges between indigenous and non-indigenous community members as well as provide spaces where community members can come together regardless of race or background to forward the best interests of the community as a whole. Rayna enjoys spending time in ceremony, on the land and with her family and fur son Otis when she's not working to create a better future for Edmontonians.