United Way Campaign
CAMSS and AHS hosted a special united way event on November 27.
Thank you to all who attended.
Andrea is Team Manager, Stewardship and Campaign Innovcation. She has been with United Way for five years. Her area of focus is designing and developing strategic and collaborative partnerships with corporations and senior business leaders as well as stewarding those relationships.
Andrea has been a fund development professional for over 25 years. Prior to joining United Way Andrea held senior fund development positions with a number of not for profits including the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, the Calgary Health Trust-Foothills Hospital, STARS and the Kidney Foundation of Canada.
Andrea believes in the importance of community and has been a volunteer for many organizations over the years including Saskatoon Community Radio (where she hosted her own radio program), the United Way of the Lower Mainland, UNICEF, the Summit Foundation and Willow Park School. She has served two terms on the Board of the Calgary and Area Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Andrea holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Saskatchewan and has been a Certified Fundraising Executive since 1999.
Andrea lives in Calgary with her husband and daughter. When away from the office she takes on the challenge of gardening in Chinook country.
Matt is Canada's National Risk Leader, responsible for Internal Audit, Risk Assurance, Risk Transformation and Cybersecurity. He has more than 25 years of experience helping companies transform and enhance their Risk functions.
Matt is a member of EY Canada’s Inclusiveness Steering Committee (ISC). The ISC sets the firm’s inclusiveness priorities and strategic direction to foster diversity and inclusiveness, build the highest-performing teams and provide exceptional client service.
As part of the EY Calgary office Matt is the executive sponsor for several of EY’s Infinity Groups, Beyond supporting the LGBTQ Community, the Black Professionals Networks and EY Calgary’s Women. Fast Forward Women in the Workplace Pillar Committee.
Dr. Lori Montgomery
Dr. Lori Montgomery is a family physician with fellowship training in pain management, including headache, neuromusculoskeletal pain, pelvic pain and palliative care. She is medical leader of the Alberta Health Services Calgary Pain Program, where her clinical work includes headache and neuromusculoskeletal pain management together with a large multidisciplinary outpatient team, consulting with the Chronic Pain Consult Service at Calgary’s four adult acute care sites, and supporting Primary Care Network pain teams in the community. She is a member of the Southern Alberta Primary Care Research Network, a clinical associate professor in the Departments of Family Medicine and Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at the University of Calgary, and involved in teaching at the undergraduate, postgraduate, and CPD levels.