Please find all of the nominations and biographies in the accordion on the right. Please email [email protected] for other inquiries. 

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Our AGM was held on May 16, 2023, routine business was completed and a new board was elected to serve the community. The executive positions are: Pam Wilson, President; Elaine Scobie, First Vice President; Barb Elms, Second Vice President; Scott Thompson, Secretary; Shaffic Fazel, Treasurer. We have four directors new to the community association, in bold below.

New Directors, two year term if possible:

Bruce james, Elaine Scobie, Rick Wierzbicki, Kathleen M Stewart. Shaffic M Fazal, Barb Elms, You-Ting Chen (Tina), Shuguang Wen (Aurora), Joanne Chornoboy, and Jeff Coombes. 

Directors serving the second year of their term: Scott Thompson, Pam Wilson, Vishal Dalal. 

Directors who served the community and have retired: Bill Kirk, Eslepth Kirk, Changling Lou, Terry Meiyeppen, Anil Gang. 

New Board Candidate: Shuguang(Aurora) Wen
Shuguang(Aurora) Wen is a health administrator with more than 15 years of wide range of healthcare experience, primarily in family practice and continuing care industry. Aurora is currently managing a complex mental health program within Carewest, a not-for-profit organization as a subsidiary of AHS. She holds an executive MBA degree from U of Calgary, specializing in Finance. She is originally from China and moved to Canada in 2007 and has enjoyed living in the Calgary Edgemont community with her husband and three sons for the past 8 years.
New Board Candidate: Tina(Yu-Ting) Chen
Dear Community Members,
My name is Yu-Ting Chen, preferred name is Tina. 
My husband, our fur-kid, and I moved to Edgemont from Calgary SW 2 years ago. We are grateful to be one of the residents here in the lovely Edgemont community.
I’m currently working as a graphic/exhibit designer at a local trade show company. My duties are mainly focused on client communication, local and international trade show booth space planning, visual design, art publishing, and brand imaging consultation.
I also worked as a store manager for several years when I was in Taiwan. During this time, I’ve built many valuable skills in brand building, customer service, team management, and marketing strategies. 
Aside from my work experience, I’m also passionate about gardening and interior design. I find inner peace and relaxation when cultivating and nurturing flowers and plants, I believe that caring for plants and nature is a responsibility that we all share.
I would love to contribute my skills and knowledge in any possible way, whether it be helping with community events, assisting with marketing and design needs, or working with committee members to inherit what the association has been built.
Thank you for considering my application to become one of the committees, I am eager to work with the team to make a positive impact to our community.
Tina Chen
New Board Candidate: Joanne Chornoboy

Joanne Chornoboy

I have worked directly in the community since 2010 until my retirement in 2023 as the Branch Manager of Edgemont Scotiabank. I am very familiar with the association as I have collaborated with them over the years on various projects: One World, Senior Immigrant Women, Breakfast Club, Christmas Hamper Program, Playground Build. I have also collaborated in my former work capacity with the City of Calgary and the association to bring events and ideas to life.

I have previous board experience with St James Montessori School Board, Manta Swim Club Board, and Manitoba NW Ontario Scotiabankers Association in both director and executive roles.

I have 35 of my 36 years with Scotiabank managing people, leading a successful team, and achieving results through people. When not working, I ran two community based fitness programs, as well as instructing in the fitness community for ten years. I believe my work and personal experience will be of benefit to the ECA.