Greg Scott started working in banking as a young adult, and he quickly felt the contentment of helping people pursue their passions with a confident plan. He moved to Medicine Hat from Moose Jaw in 1990 to work for the Credit Union, and seven years later, he was asked to work for Community Futures Entre-Corp by the General Manager and the Chairman of the board.
Roger Haessel studied and graduated with his Bachelor of Commerce Degree from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He worked in banking for several years in Toronto before completing his MBA at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Tracy Stroud has worn many hats throughout the years in economic development, and with every different viewpoint she’s supported, she’s always believed in motivated and determined business owners, workers, and innovators since she moved to Medicine Hat in 2008.
Five years ago, Sandy Schuck accepted a job position with Community Futures Entre-Corp, and eventually Community Futures Chinook and Tourism Medicine Hat, and now finds herself completely content with her substantial and challenging workload.
She lived in Vancouver, British Columbia and attended Canadian Tourism College when one of Jalyce Thompson’s instructors told her she had a skill for writing.
Darren Hall sees entrepreneurship as a strong industry in Alberta and the impactful work Community Futures Entre-Corp has contributed to the business community over the last 30 years.