Ruth is the proud matriarch of her family; a busy mom to three children, four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.Proof that age is just a number, she balances her time between family, volunteering and working part-time for her son.Jill Mc Phee-Burton is one of our many flu champs for this year’s influenza immunization campaign.She hopes that by sharing her story, she can encourage others to see how serious influenza is and why it’s so important to get immunized.He also leads a pediatric emergency research associate program, where he is currently researching appendicitis, sepsis and identifying novel biomarkers of illness.When he’s not treating young patients in the emergency department or immersed in research, he spends as much time as possible in the mountains with his family.
As part of the team at the South Health Campus in Calgary, Kristy provides one-on-one nutrition counseling to clients of the Women’s Health Clinic.
Joanne Mac Queen is a Professional Service Manager at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital, where she has worked for the past six years.
The Recreation Therapy Department is part of her portfolio. A Recreation Therapist by trade, she loves her leisure activities – music, travel, and walking through Edmonton’s many trails.
working in the field of information technology and user experience since 2002.
Before joining AHS family, Ammneh led strategy and design teams and provided strategic direction to public and private sector.
He has lived in Fort Mc Murray since 2007, and was manager of Protective Services during the May 2016 wildfire.