Chief Executive Officer
Korrie-Mae is a visionary, values-based leader. She has over 20 years of executive leadership experience that has focused on driving strategy, creating strong teams, leading financial growth and stabilizing programs. She works to build a passionate culture ethical practice, based on shared vision and values. Korrie-Mae’s background includes work as an Executive Business Coach, CEO of a Montessori Preschool and VP and Co-founder of a boutique custom home building organization during the last 10 years. During this time, she has demonstrated a multi-disciplinary approach using a diverse set of business skills. Leveraging her extensive experience, she has focused on strategic planning, operational excellence and a strong 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 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.
Director of Operations
Colleen has been an Early Childhood Educator (ECE) for over 30 years, with various positions in the ECE profession within 3 provinces. She has experience in both urban and rural settings, directing child care operations, licensing child care facilities, consulting and implementing care and learning programs. With each position comes shared learning and knowledge of the ECE profession for the provision of best practices for the children and families using the child care services.
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