Calgary Police: Sean Stephenson
Digital Communications Unit Team Lead
Sean Stephenson is the Team Lead of the Calgary Police Service's Digital Communications Unit. With over 10 years of experience as a Writer/Producer for various commercials, videos and nationally broadcast television shows, Sean brings a "Content is King" approach to social media. Joining the Calgary Police Service in 2012, Sean now leads a team of content creators who carry CPS into the digital age.
United Way: Jeremy Klaszus
Communications Advisor for Calgary and Area
Jeremy Klaszus is a communications advisor at United Way of Calgary and Area. United Way invests in more than 100 agencies and 200 local programs, sustaining the Calgary area's social safety net. At United Way, Klaszus handles media relations and public affairs. Klaszus is also an award-winning journalist who has contributed to publications including Metro, the Globe and Mail and Swerve magazine.
Red Cross: Ange Sawh
Director, Alberta Floods Operations
Ange has been with the Red Cross since 1984 and has dedicated the last sixteen years to developing, framing and establishing a recovery program for the Canadian Red Cross based on multiple experiences in response starting with the 1997 floods in Manitoba, BC Fires in 2001 and 2003, Manitoba floods in 2002, 2009, 2010, Vaughn Tornados in 2009, the Severe Weather events of 2011 in Western Canada, and Slave Lake Fires in AB 2011. The Canadian Red Cross is a neutral, impartial, humanitarian organization that works to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity in Canada and around the world.
Canadian Red Cross Recovery Line - (866) 696-6484
Calgary Foundation: Jason Bates
Community Grants Associate
Jason Bates is the Community Grants Associate at The Calgary Foundation. Established in 1955, The Calgary Foundation facilitates collaborative philanthropy by making powerful connections between donors and community organizations for the long term benefit of Calgary and surrounding area. In 2012-2013 The Calgary Foundation saw $205 million in new contributions, had an asset base of $632 million and granted $34.6 million to 761 charitable organizations
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