Volunteer Team


Lana01Membership Coordinator

Lana Solberg is a pharmaceutical sales rep and busy mom who heard about this giving model from the Calgary chapter of 100 Women Who Care. Knowing men who want to participate as well, she enthusiastically joined the organizing team for 100 People Who Care to make a real, tangible difference in our community. Follow @lanasolberg on Twitter. For membership inquiries, call 780-780-237-1799.


Gary GoertzDonations Coordinator/Financial Advisor

Gary Goertz is a retired executive and chief financial officer who brings to the team his extensive management and accounting background, as well as board experience. He looks forward to helping grow 100 People Who Care into an established funding source for local charities. For inquiries related to the donation process, call 780-434-0838.


Annie01Charity Nomination Coordinator

Annie Parent recently moved to Edmonton as a pharmaceutical sales rep. She is extremely excited to be part of 100 People Who Care and the capital city’s volunteer community. Annie looks forward to contributing to causes that are near to her and learn about causes close to the hearts of Edmontonians. Follow @AnnieParent on Twitter. For charity and nomination inquiries, call 780-231-2522.


Stephen AviviMeeting Coordinator

Stephen Avivi is a busy IBM sales rep and dad who’s active in the community. He is excited about bringing this grassroots giving movement to Edmonton and is looking forward to 100 People Who Care making a significant impact on our community. Follow @Stephen_Avivi on Twitter. For meeting information and inquiries, call 780-982-1582.


Secretary

Shannon Compton is a former elementary school teacher turned busy stay-at-home mom with two young daughters. Having done previous charity fundraising with her family, she was excited to join the 100 People Who Care organizing team and continue finding ways to give back to local charities in her community.



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Elizabeth LoPresti was new to Edmonton and when she heard about 100 People Who Care on Twitter, immediately joined up. She brings her non-profit experience working with The Children’s Wish Foundation to her role and looks forward to raising awareness not only about our giving group, but also all the charities nominated and funded. You can contact Elizabeth on Twitter at @lizlopresti.