Chief Executive Officer
Korrie-Mae is a visionary and values based leader, with over 20 years of executive leadership focusing on driving strategy, creating strong teams via a culture of shared ethical practice, vision and values and leading substantial financial growth and program stability. Korrie-Mae’s leadership as an Executive Business Coach, CEO of a Montessori Preschool and VP and Co-founder of a boutique custom home building organization over the last 10 years, has demonstrated a multidiscipline focus with a diverse set of business skills and extensive experience in strategic planning, operational execution and customer experience. She advocates for building a family and child centric culture based on inspiring collaborative efforts and aiming for program excellence and aligned integrity in child care and early learning.
Director of Operations
Christie began with Churchill Park Family Care Society in December 2004 as a Dayhome Consultant and moved to being the Program Manager of Family Childcare. She then moved her career to Churchill Park’s newest program BabyWorks where she was the Program Manager. Christie has completed her Early Childhood Supervisor Certificate and her Children’s Mental Health Certificate at Mount Royal University. She enjoys spending quality time with her family taking in the many family activities and events Calgary has to offer.
Director of Human Resources
Dionne has been with Churchill Park since 1996 and, in that time, has worked in many of the programs in the agency. She is Director of Human Resources and an active member of the Executive Team. She is originally from Saskatchewan, and received her Bachelor of Education from the University of Regina. Dionne is certified as a Child Development Supervisor in the province of Alberta. Since joining the Executive Team, she has completed her Non-Profit Management Certificate from Mount Royal University, and most recently received her designation of Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP). Dionne loves to spend time with her large family and can often be found gardening, curling or at the baseball diamonds.