Our People

Over the years, we have been fortunate to attract some wonderful, qualified people to HIV Community Link. Our organization is comprised of enthusiastic volunteers, hard-working staff members and a devoted board of directors, who are dedicated to promoting a more compassionate, nonjudgmental and respectful society. Learn more about our staff, program directors and board directors by clicking on their name:

Our Staff

Leslie Hill, Executive Director
Prevention and Support Programs


Karyn Jackson, Team Lead, Prevention and Support
Janak Bajgai, Lead, Knowledge Translation and Peer Support  
Mark Randall, Coordinator, HEAT Program  
Sipiwe Mapfumo, Coordinator, Drumbeat African Communities Program  
Jordana Goldstein, HIV Case Manager  
Rebecca McMeekin, Case Manager, Shift Program
Kelsey Moore, Case Manager, Shift Program

Medicine Hat
Marie Tounissoux, Teamlead, Safelink
Kevin Dey, Outreach Worker, Harm Reduction  
Christa Schmidt, Outreach Worker, Harm Reduction
Sarah Duchscherer, Nurse, Overdose Prevention
Michelle Garrett, Nurse, Overdose Prevention
Loretta Stock, Educator, Overdose Prevention
Amanda Wiebe, Pregnancy Support Worker, Well Program
Chelsey Cowan, Registered Nurse, Well Program
Nick Baumann, Peer Support Worker


Katie Ayres, Director, Operations
Tamara Rose, Executive Assistant

Community Relations
Ana Glavan, Director, Community Relations  
Alisha Ostberg, Development Specialist

Board of Directors

Andrew Matthews – Board Chair  
Mike Miller – Vice Chair  
Karin King – Treasurer
Jonathan M. Ablett – Secretary  
Meredith Bragg – Member at Large
Annisha Chakravorty – Member at Large
Leah Fochuk – Member at Large
Christine Gillies – Member at Large  
Jack Janvier – Member at Large  
Bob Noftall – Member at Large  
Akhil Ramdoyal – Member at Large
Maria Seloza – Member at Large
Jeff Standell – Member at Large

Become a Director

Directors are volunteers from diverse backgrounds who share a passion and commitment to improving wellness for individuals and communities affected by HIV and hepatitis C. By leveraging connections with peers and community members, we are determined to educate communities while providing nonjudgmental support, tools and information to reduce the risk of HIV and hepatitis C.

If interested in learning more, please call (403) 508-2500 or (877) 440-2437 (toll-free).