Based primarily in Calgary, Hazel Corcoran has served as CWCF’s Executive Director since 1995.
Based in Winnipeg, Kaye Grant has served as CWCF’s Operations and Member Services Manager since 2013.
Based in Kentville, Nova Scotia, Kristin Van Hattem has served as CWCF’s Common Good Capital Program Manager and Bookkeeper since November of 2016.
Based in Calgary, Kenzie Love has served as CWCF’s Communications and Executive Assistant since 2017.
Based in Toronto, Reba Plummer has served on CWCFs board since 2010, and as board President since 2016.
Jessica Provencher has served on CWCF’s board since 2011. She got her introduction to worker co-ops as a bartender at La Barberie, a microbrewery in Quebec City.
Kelly Storie of La Siembra was acclaimed as a director-at-large for CWCF at its AGM in November, 2021 She believes now is an opportune time to serve in this position, as Canada’s worker co-op movement is well-positioned to seize hold of the growing interest in democratizing the workplace.
Based in Kentville, Nova Scotia, Josh Dyke has served as CWCF’s Common Good Capital Program Administrator since 2016, a position that has grown since he began the job to include more hours and interaction with investors.
Based in Kentville, Laura MacDonald has served as CWCF’s Common Good Capital Program Assistant since 2019.
Lindsay Reid grew up in a small town in the Niagara Region of southern Ontario.
Meet Ven Drake, a hands-on and curious Full Stack Software Engineer with a passion for contributing to the ever-changing technology landscape.
Janielle is a passionate advocate for racial empowerment, equity, and the socio-economic progress of marginalized groups.
Based in Montreal, Chloë Williams joined the CWCF team in August 2023 as the Executive Assistant.
Jared is passionate about creating equitable and just societies. After completing a graduate degree in Vancouver in 2017, investigating contemporary economic issues and potential solutions, he cofounded The Allium Restaurant and Bodega Worker Cooperative (The Allium).
Leslie Brown is Professor Emerita in the Sociology Department , Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax where her work has involved teaching, research, policy analysis, and knowledge dissemination.
Juliet ‘Kego Ume-Onyido, MBA, is a co-founder of Black Women Professional Worker Cooperative.
Chris Nichols is co-founder and general manager of Wood Shop Worker’s Co-op, a furniture and millwork co-op operating out of Vancouver, BC.
Nasreen Omar is the Chair of the Multicultural Health Brokers Co-op in Edmonton.
Evan Proven has served on CWCF’s board since 2019. A co-founder and longtime board member of Sun Certified, Evan has worked in the construction field for his entire career starting in concrete and moving on to wood framing, cabinet making, and super insulated renovation and new home construction.