Meet Our People
Enviros is fortunate to have this group of passionate individuals as our Leadership Team and Board of Directors.
OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM
Chief Executive Officer
“I believe by being open to possibility and striving to do things better, our unique programming enables us to incorporate our shared passion to help vulnerable kids and families.”
Director of Services
“I feel strongly that the shared journey we are all on strengthens every person who shares time in our community.”
Director of Services
“I believe when we support each other to understand the needs of our communities, and use that knowledge to create change, we can achieve anything.”
“I believe that if everyone does their part, no matter how little, has an open mind and is respectful of our world, then it will always be a wonderful planet to live on.”
Human Resources Manager
“It’s so heartening to see Enviros help those that are having trouble helping themselves and doing so in an inclusive and consultative manner.”
Foster Care, Respite Care, & YTA Manager
“I am passionate about the work we provide to strengthen children, youth and families in our community.”
FASD Intervention, FASD Evolution, Neurodevelopmental Assessment & Diagnostic Centre Manager
“I am a strong believer in not only building capacity within her team, but also ensuring that youth involved in these programs thrive.”
Connects & Passages Manager
“I aim to develop relationships with those we serve and share experiences that support building new skills and challenging oneself through personal accomplishments.”
Shunda Creek & Relief Team Manager
“I prefer the grassroots flavor, minimized bureaucracy and focus on an agency culture of support and community.”
Summit & ExCel Discovery Manager
“Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change – Wayne W. Dyer”
Marketing, Communication & Fund Development Manager
“There’s a way up every mountain, although you can’t always see it when you’re standing in the bottom of the valley.”
Triveri House Manager
“Every day is a new opportunity to better ourselves and the work we do. Our greatest strength is our community and the passionate people who work within it.”
OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Lisa Olsen serves as President of the Enviros Board of Directors, and has been a member of the board since February 2015.
Lisa is Vice President, Human Resources of ARC Resources, and oversees ARC’s human resources, internal communications, office services and records information management functions. She has over 18 years of experience in Human Resources. Lisa joined ARC in 2008.
Kris Bibby is Vice President, Finance of ARC Resources and is responsible for ARC’s financial risk and research, treasury and information technology related activities.
He has over 18 years of experience in finance and accounting roles within the oil and gas industry.
Prior to joining ARC in 2014, Kris held the position as Chief Financial Officer at a junior oil and gas company with international operations.
He has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Saskatchewan, and is a member of the Alberta Chartered Professional Accountants.
Louise Crane joined the Enviros Board of Directors in 2020.
Louse is a proud Metis of Cree heritage who uses the teachings of her Elders in her teaching style. After working in nursing and as a medical office assistant, Louise returned to school to study anthropology/history and graduated from the University of Calgary in Heritage Resource Management. Following graduation, she managed heritage sites in northern Alberta before returning to Calgary where she “fell” into support work with organizations such as the Alex, Northeast Community Resource Centers and Mamahawi–Atoskiwin. She has also taught courses in the Bay River College Family Support Worker Certificate program. In addition to the Enviros board, Louise sits on the City of Calgary Transit Board. Her former board work has included various University of Calgary health initiatives in Siksika and Awo Taan Native Women’s Shelter.
Mark Greenwood joined the Board of Directors in June 2019.
Mark is an actuary with Mercer Canada. He has over 30 years of experience advising companies and trustees on the design, financial management and administration of their pension plans. He joined Mercer in 1985, transferring from London, England to Calgary in 2000. Mark has been an active member of the Kinsmen Club of Calgary, a longtime supporter of Enviros since 2001.
Dr. Trevor Josephson
Dr. Trevor Josephson has been an Enviros Board Member serving as a Director since 2008.
Trevor is the founder of Josephson Psychological Services Ltd. and provides psychological services to children, teens, and adults. Services include individual, couple, family, and group therapy. Prior to founding Josephson Psychological Services Ltd., Trevor was a Psychologist at William Roper Hull Child & Family Services for three years.
Trevor holds a PhD in Education Psychology from the University of Calgary, a Master of Arts Degree from the University of West Georgia in Humanistic Psychology and a BA in Sociology / Psychology from the University of British Columbia.
Director – Audit and Finance
Josh Malate has been on the Board of Directors for Enviros since 2017 and serves on the Audit & Finance Committee.
Josh is an entrepreneur by passion and has started or joined numerous companies in phases of high growth and innovation. As part of his work, Josh founded Fresh Angles Inc., a business advisory firm that focuses on the needs of small organizations.
Francesca Simon has been an Enviros Board Member serving as a Director since April 2015.
Francesca is a Wellness Services Administrator at Mount Royal University, a position she has held since 2006. Prior to joining Mount Royal University, Francesca was a Risk Consultant at Innovative Risk Consulting and a Community Liaison with Ghost River Rediscovery.
Ms. Simon has a Master of Arts (M.A.), Exercise Physiology and a Bachelor’s degree, Health and Physical Education/Fitness from McGill University. She also has a Certificate – Canadian Risk Management, Human Capital Risk Analysis & Management from Simon Fraser University.