Todd Sharpe, BPAS,
Founder and Managing Director
Areas of Focus- Governance, Enhanced Collaboration, Strategic Planning, Revenue Generation
Todd has spent the majority of his career working in the public sector-first with the Canadian Armed Forces and then assuming larger and more complex roles including the General Manager of Parks and Recreation in the City of Medicine Hat, and the Chief Administrative Officer for the Town of Turner Valley. His in depth understanding of public policy, governance and the municipal sectors and his various roles on non profit boards, qualify him to see the critical pieces that make municipalities, non profits, and recreation agencies successful.
Todd is heavily involved in sports and recreation and enjoys, hockey, golf, outdoor activities, and his newest challenge- triathlon. He volunteers with minor hockey and coaches youth baseball.
Éliane Domingue, MBA, PMP
Areas of Focus- Project Management, Process Improvement, Governance
Éliane earned her bachelor’s Degree from Université Laval and then her MBA in Global Business from University of Louisville, Panama Campus. As a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) she worked as a Global Project Manager at Procter & Gamble. Originally from the Montreal region, her career has taken her many places including United States, Central America, and the Middle East.
Fluent in three languages, Éliane enjoys an active lifestyle that includes triathlon, skiing, golfing, and hiking. She has a Swim Coach certification and enjoys volunteering- most recently as a board member for the United way and for a Calgary region women’s shelter.
Corinne Middleton, BA, CPA
Areas of Focus- Municipal and Not-for-Profit Finance, Risk Management
Corinne is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Manitoba. She has more than 20 years of accounting, finance and risk management experience in the municipal, non profit, and private sectors and most notably, was a key finance liaison for the amalgamation negotiations of the Towns of Black Diamond and Turner Valley. Corinne is passionate about all areas related to the finance function but what sets her apart is her belief in working closely with the operations departments achieve business objectives.
In her spare time, when not "crunching the numbers", she is a strong proponent of “fit for life”. She enjoys exploring the outdoors - hiking, biking, and snowshoeing- and swimming with the local masters swim club and even qualified for the Boston Marathon with her twin sister! Corinne is a supporter of girls and young women in sport was very involved in ringette as a player, coach, and instructor.
Noreen Rude, CPA, MCML, CLGM
Areas of Focus – Public Engagement, Communications, Municipal Services
Noreen has more than 35 years in Municipal Services including roles as Manager of Public Engagement and Communications and Chief Administrative Officer. She holds a Masters Certificate in Municipal Leadership, a CPA (Certified Professional Accountant), a Certificate in Local Government Municipal Administration, and a Certificate in Public Participation. She has worked with multiple departments, senior leadership, and Council directly regarding communication needs, public engagement, strategic planning, and legislative issues, probing their needs and enabling change.
Noreen was the President of the IAP2 (International Association for Public Participation) for almost five years, enabling travel to Indonesia, Australia, Germany, and England to assist with public participation standards around the world. She is currently a returning Board member for the IAP2 Wild Rose Chapter board. She has a passion for enabling people to ‘have a say’ in decisions that impact their lives – the foundation for public participation!
Noreen values community involvement and has a vast volunteer background, including leading a community group to design, construct, and ultimately operate a regional recreation facility in north Calgary, leading the Learning Disabilities Association of Alberta – Calgary Chapter, as well as being a Board member for several non-profit organizations. Noreen‘s left the farm, but the farm never really left her! She goes back to help with harvest each year, and keeps active (or tries to…) with golf, hiking, and the gym.
Areas of Focus-Governance, Enhanced Collaboration, Legislative Services
Heather brings 30+ years of administration background with the last ten years as an accomplished municipal administration professional. During Heather’s time in the municipal sector, she served as Legislative Services Manager and Chief Administrator Officer. Heather is currently serving a second term as a Town Councilor and possesses a hard-to-find blend of political and administrative experience.
Her lifetime in the country and heavy community involvement gives her deep insight into the needs and aspirations of the rural community. She's not a bad curler either!
Scott Roberts, MA (Leadership) CEC
Areas of Focus – Emergency Services, Emergency & Crisis Management, Leadership Development
Scott holds a Master of Arts degree in leadership and is a Certified Executive Coach. He has spent 35+ years working in public sector emergency services and leadership roles in Ontario and Alberta. During his time in federal, provincial, and municipal government roles, he has focused on the development and implementation of crisis and emergency plans, development of leaders and ensuring resilience and sustainability of government. He is passionate about creating resilience of communities and organizations in the public and private sector through facilitation of training, coaching, and mentoring.
Scott has been a volunteer board member for the past 7 years and is the current President of the Board of the International Association of Emergency Managers in Canada. He enjoys an active recreational lifestyle playing golf, hiking, running and biking.
Al Bromley, Dip. Arts, Cert HR
Areas of Focus – Labour Relations, Training, Organizational Development
Al brings more than 40 years of senior management and leadership experience within the post-secondary, private, provincial and municipal government sectors including 24 years of senior human resource management experience. He has provided leadership in the delivery of a myriad of programs and services in his career including organizational structure, training and organizational development, Labour relations and collective bargaining negotiation, policy development and health and safety. In April of 2021 Al's development of a Corporate Succession Planning program at the City of Moose Jaw was recognized nationally in 2021 by the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA).
Al is an active outdoor enthusiast and has volunteered for 11 years with Riverside Mission, a Christian humanitarian organization that brings healing to the community by partnering together to serve people facing the challenges of poverty.