As Senior Manager, Human Resources for Nexen CNOOC Long Lake, Cecilia delivered significant results in the areas of organizational design, employee retention, regional programs and performance management. She also implemented and fostered a cultural shift throughout the organization resulting in a more engaged workforce and improved business results. She came to Long Lake from a senior leadership role in Human Resources with the Miramichi Regional Health Authority where she was in charge of planning, organizing and managing of all aspects of human resources, education, library, staff health, translation and official language activities for over 1000 employees.
Mutch achieved her Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of New Brunswick, completed the Economic Development Program at University of Waterloo, Human Resources Program at Queen’s University. She formerly served on the Board of Directors of the Northern Lights Regional Health Foundation.
Cecilia, her husband Doug and their two children reside in Fort McMurray. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Finance and Operations Manager
Director of Community Impact and Development
As a senior leader in the social profit sector, Jo-Anne’s career in the fields of addictions, child and youth care, child development and intergenerational impacts of the Canadian residential school system, add so much value to the work of United Way.
In her role as Director of Community Impact and Development, Jo-Anne provides strategic leadership for communications, community investment and resource development staff.
Community Investment Coordinator
Resource Development Coordinator
In her free time Meaghan loves taking road trips, exploring new places and hiking new trails, all with her dogs by her side.
Community Investment Coordinator
She has spent years supporting the United Way through workplace campaigns and the past 2 years sitting on the Community Investment Committee. She had previously worked for the United Way in Resource Development before moving to a position in Human Resources.
Jennifer’s passion for her community won out over her desire to work in HR and she found herself yearning to be back in the Social Profit sector. She is excited to be rejoining the team at the United Way as a Community Investment Coordinator and focusing all her efforts on supporting member agencies and giving back to the community that she loves.Trustopt.com OPT延期
For her spare time, Jennifer likes to spend it with her family. Her husband, Danny, and 2 daughters. Annabelle and Emilie, are her favourite people to be with. She has 4 generations of family within Fort McMurray and is kept busy with family dinners and time with friends. When she isn’t sharing her time with loved ones, Jennifer is out in the community volunteering or attending anything arts related. There truly is so much to do here, and it is an incredible community to be a part of!
Jolene spent a couple of years working with Mix 103.7 and 100.5 CruzFM as a Media Marketing Adviser before deciding to join the non-profit sector. She joined Wood Buffalo Wellness Society as a Housing Locator, working with the Housing First program and the 10 year plan to end homelessness. She eventually transferred to Mark Amy Treatment Centre to work as the Intake Worker, which lead her to take on a new role in the agency as Accreditation coordinator. Jolene has a passion for the community and loves being involved with the non-profit sector.
Jolene has an adventurous side that takes her on backpacking journeys all over the world. She is a foodie, dog mom to a Pomeranian and chocolate lab, music lover, book worm and documentary enthusiast.