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Board Members

The ESCC Board of Directors is responsible for effectively governing the organization through strategic decision-making, policy-setting, and financial accountability. The Board includes representatives from senior-serving and supportive organizations as well as members at large. Board members act as stewards, monitoring and drawing attention to important issues of concern to Edmonton’s seniors. The Board is accountable to ESCC members, stakeholders, and the broader community. The Board oversees the Executive Director to act as the operational leader.

Executive Members of the Board

Directors of the Board

Ex-Officio Members of the Board

ESCC Staff Team

The Executive Director advises the Board on policy matters and provides regular updates. Acting under the direction of the Executive Director, the ESCC staff team is responsible for the day-to-day work of the organization and advising the Board in its decision-making. In executing operational functions, engaging stakeholders, and facilitating coordination in the sector, the ESCC staff team supports the Board of Directors in realizing its strategic vision.

ESCC's staff team is outlined below. To contact a staff member, you may:

  • Phone: call ESCC's main line at 780-423-5635 (extensions to individual staff members are listed below).
  • Email: write us at info@seniorscouncil.net. Your inquiry will be directed to the appropriate staff member.
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Krista Mulbery has recently joined the team at ESCC as the Social Prescribing Project Manager. Formerly Acting Executive Director at ElderCare Edmonton, Krista began working in recreation and wellness over 15 years ago and is a dedicated advocate for seniors’ health and wellness. Through her work, Krista has seen firsthand the benefits of social interaction, exercise, cognitive and leisure programs for seniors, and recognizes the vital impacts that community-based seniors serving organizations and healthcare teams provide in enhancing wellness, independence and overall health.
Nancy has recently joined ESCC as our Practice Coordinator. Nancy has worked with diverse populations in crises for ten years. Nancy is a registered social worker. She is committed to deploying cultural competence and a social justice approach by understanding the intersectionality of personal cultural identities and systemic barriers. She is dedicated to advocating for marginalized and vulnerable older adults to enhance their well-being.