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.
Alvaro Mendes owned his business in Brazil for three years before he moved to Canada. Number One produced seals placed on the stem of wine bottles, and after three successful years, he sold it to a company he supplied his products to.
From a summer student to the Marketing Specialist, Hayley Gibson has been with Community Futures Chinook since 2016 when she started her journey with the organization between her first and second year of New Media studies at the University of Lethbridge.
Grace Evans learned the importance of community during her handful of moves around Southern Alberta. From Oyen, to Vermillion, Lloydminster, Lethbridge, Okotoks, Taber, and Enchant, she’s watched many innovative business owners in the areas stick to their roots with heritage and agriculture.