[email protected] | 780-884-0568
Doug has been with ERIEC for 10 years and in that time has worked to establish, manage, and advance the strategic priorities and direction of this Edmonton-based organization.
Doug is a founding and current board member of the Edmonton Business Diversity Network (EBDN) and the current Chair of the WorkForce Development Committee with the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce.
[email protected] | 587-590-1305
Komaljeet has 11 years of experience as an Employer Liaison and she brings a unique perspective and a deep understanding of the needs of both employers and immigrant talent. She is a Registered Professional Recruiter (RPR) with the Association of Professional Recruiters of Canada and holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA). She aims to bridge the gap between immigrants and their professional aspirations, ensuring their successful integration into the Canadian workforce. Her commitment to fostering inclusivity, promoting diversity, and creating opportunities for immigrants drives her work as the Career Mentorship Director. She is excited to collaborate with talented individuals, organizations, and community partners to build a thriving ecosystem that supports immigrants in achieving their career aspirations and contributes to a more inclusive society.
[email protected] | 780-860-4604
Zoila graduated from the University of Alberta (U of A) with a Bachelor of Education and has over 17 years of experience in Human Services. She is also a Master Composter Recycler (MCR) through the City of Edmonton, a U of A Alumni Volunteer, and helped to create and co-chair a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council. Zoila believes that social justice, equal opportunity, and inclusion are integral to Canada's prosperity.
[email protected] | 587-985-6699
April is a highly enthusiastic community connector with a strong dedication to service excellence. With more than a decade of work experience in office management and marketing in China, she brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her work. For the past three years, April has worked with ERIEC under the Connector Program, helping immigrants in Edmonton build professional networks and achieve career success. She loves meeting new people and using her skills, knowledge, and network to empower new immigrants and the entire community.
[email protected] | 825-459-4988
Shashi has completed Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from Bangalore University and Postgraduate studies in Human Resources Management from Georgian College, Canada. She has been in a leadership capacity for more than 20 years and has rich experience of study and working abroad. Started as an entrepreneur, Language trainer and facilitated group workshops for newcomers in India, Canada, Philippines, Bangladesh, and Dubai and has facilitated virtual workshops for adult learners( immigrants) all over the world. She has extensive experience working with immigrants to Canada and is passionate about helping them integrate and succeed in Canada.
[email protected] | 825-461-8327
Jacky is an immigrant and accomplished professional who has enjoyed and highly benefited from ERIEC’s extensive programs.
Working with and supporting diverse communities has been a consistent theme throughout her professional career, and she continues to be drawn to it. Jacky’s background and experience as an educator for an International School (North American Curriculum) for over 10 years. She focused on enhancing diversity and inclusion with students and staff from over 27 different countries. She has continued working with diverse teams and learned new systems, while at the same time, she has widely grown her network both professionally and socially of which both are interrelated.
The mentorship program that ERIEC offers grounded her strong commitment to humanity. Trust-based relationships are important to her and she is most passionate about supporting and inspiring confidence in new Canadians so they can maximize their potential.
She is a champion of supporting immigrants to succeed and is excited to have joined the “Mighty ERIEC Team” as a “Programs Assistant”.
The Edmonton Region Immigrant Employment Council (ERIEC) is comprised of senior executives that provide leadership and guidance to this initiative. ERIEC was established in the Edmonton region to offer support to the business community in finding those individuals with the right combination of skills, abilities, and experience needed to maintain a competitive business advantage.
ERIEC is “Ready, Willing, and Capable” of helping Edmonton employers resolve their workforce shortages while letting our skilled new neighbours contribute to the Edmonton economy to their full potential.