Become a Member of the Camp Warwa Society
Board of Directors
Camp Warwa is a non-profit charity dedicated to improving the lives of children. The camp is overseen by a volunteer board of directors elected from our membership. Membership with the Camp Warwa Society is open to the general public.
The board meets at least once a month, on the third Thursday of that month, on the 8th floor of the EPCOR Tower at 10423 101 St, Edmonton, Alberta. The meeting starts at 5:30pm and supper is provided. If you are interested in attending as a guest, just contact our Executive Director Gerrit at email@example.com
Camp Warwa Society Board of Directors & Consultants
Ian Hosler, Camp Warwa Board President - Project Manager Department of Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development with City of Edmonton, Past Camp Director of Camp Warwa, B.A. Physical Education. Ian has lived the growth of outdoor education in our province and his multi-decade commitment to Camp Warwa has served to steer our growth and vision.
Lukacs Horvath, Camp Warwa Board Member & HR Consultant – Human Resources Consultant EPCOR, B.A. Human Resources, Chartered Professional in Human Resources. Lukacs supports the development of our staff team members. His consultation has been key in strategically growing our staff team as we’ve expanding our program services.
Brian Stanley, Camp Warwa Board Secretary – President Creative Telecom Consulting Inc, President Glenbrie Consulting. Brian’s understanding of board dynamics and governance principles has been essential for growing the capacity and unity of our board of directors.
Paul Begin, Board Treasurer & Past President – Chartered Life Underwritter, Certified Senior Advisor, Member of Advocis. Paul has been involved with Camp Warwa since our founding in 1980 and connects us to our heritage and legacy. His financial expertise and oversight have been a stabilizing force for almost forty years.
Mike McKinney, Camp Warwa Board Member – Executive Director/General Counsel for the Sawridge Group, Past Scout Group Commissioner, Past Director of Little Bits Therapeutic Riding Association, Past Treasurer Glenora Community League, Past National Chair Canadian Corporate Counsel Association, B.Comm, LL.b. Mike’s experience in construction contracts, facility development and non-profit leadership provides expertise relevant to the construction of our new dining facility.
Joan Guillemette, Camp Warwa Vice President – Past President of the Canadian Progress Club Northern Zone, Past President SILKS CPC Club St. Albert, Owner of Gemport Jewelers, Bookkeeper. Joan brings a wealth of experience in both community service groups and fundraising to our board.
Craig Henderson, Board Member – Board Member Greater Edmonton Foundation, 40 years experience with Kasian Architecture, 20 years as a senior partner, Past Vice President Art Gallery of Alberta, Past Member of Urban Design Review Panel, Past Chair Edmonton Downtown Business Association, B. Architecture. Craig has been a strong contributor to the development of our dining hall project since day one. His experience as an architect has advised the design of the building, planning the project, and communications with our construction manager.
Shannon Brennan, Board Member - Shannon brings her interest in community building and an appreciation for the outdoors. Shannon holds a Bachelor of Arts in Recreation, Sport and Tourism from the University of Alberta. Shannon is happy to share her varied community and work experience in non-profit organizations and the public sector with community volunteers, board governance and school age programming with the board.
Deb Augustyn, Board Member - Deb brings with her a weatlh of knowledge in society boards, charities and fundraising. She experience with Fort Edmonton Park, as well as serving as president for the CPC Edmonton SILKS, shines through in her contributions to our board.
Luc Guillemette, Board Member - Luc has been a long term supporter of Camp Warwa and is deeply connected to the importance of camp for children. His experience as a business owner, and participation in local community groups and service clubs, helps keep us focused and on track.