Leadership


Our board of directors are unique women from diverse walks of life. Board members typically serve 2 year terms. Each Junior League member has the opportunity to gain valuable experience as a board member if they so choose. Learn more about our current board below:

 

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Hannah Barrington, President

Hannah is a Registered Nurse.  Her interests include travelling, evidence-based everything, avoiding preschool duty days, and sarcasm. #IntersectionalFeminism or don’t bother.  She has been with the JLE since the fall class of 2013, and she loves the unique dual mission of JLE to serve populations in need while fostering leadership within its members. Chat with Hannah

 

 

 

 

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Amanda is an Independent Consultant, Regional Vice President with Arbonne International. In her spare time she enjoys travelling with her family, cooking, reading and doing almost anything with a Starbucks!  She has been been with the League for about 3 1/2 years and while there are so many things that drew her towards it and keeps her  excited, her biggest passion is developing leadership in women. Chat with Amanda

 

 

 

Kemi Kufuor-Boayke, Secretary

Kemi joined the Junior League of Edmonton in 2015 after having her first  daughter and looking for a  way to be involved  in helping women  and children in the community. She has met many passionate women within the community from various works of life that were also looking for ways to impact the community. In her full time job, Kemi works at the University of Alberta as an accountant. When she is not volunteering or working Kemi can be found looking for the best travel deals for vacations with her family or speed walking through shops at West Edmonton mall often while pushing one daughter in a stroller and holding her 4 year old’s handChat with Kemi

Annette Intenberg, Treasurer 

Annette is a new Junior League member, joining in early 2017.  She put her Marketing career on hold after her first son was born, and started a wedding hair and makeup business, that allowed her to stay home with her 3 kids, and also maintain her sanity in a house full of boys!  Annette loves weekend’s at the lake, 90’s music and is addicted to lipgloss.  Annette is excited to align with like-minded women and offer support to the community with Junior League initiatives. Chat with Annette

 

 

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Robyn is the manager of the Executive Correspondence Unit for the Government of Alberta. She has been a member of the Junior League since Spring 2015. She loves working with incredibly smart, talented and passionate Junior League women to better the lives of others. In her spare time she can be found chasing after her daughters, reading, bingeing on Netflix and working on her MEd. Chat with Robyn

 

 

 

 

Kirsty Wilson, Fund Development Director

Kirsty joined the Junior League of Edmonton in the spring of 2015 after looking for a way to give back and contribute to the community through volunteerism. It didn’t take long to realize not only was the league a great opportunity to give back to the community but to create long lasting friendships. Outside of the league, Kirsty throws herself passionately into her work as Executive Assistant at Averton Homes. Despite being a self-proclaimed workaholic she loves to take time to curl up with a good book, enjoy a glass of red with friends and making as many trips as she can home to Australia to see her family. Chat with Kirsty

 

 

 
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Phalyn Chenard, Membership Director

Phalyn joined the Junior League of Edmonton in 2014 and is serving in her second term on our Board of Directors. Having lived in several cities across Western Canada, the Junior League is one of the main reasons why Phalyn feels at home in Edmonton. The League connected her with the community, and gave her access to a network of like-minded women, which she now proudly refers to as friends. Phalyn works in the real estate industry, and spends her spare time planning her next vacation (or 10), exploring Edmonton and catching up with friends.

 

 

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Aileena is in the field of Human Resources, with a current specialization of Employee Relations. In her spare time she enjoys travelling, hiking in the mountains and checking out local coffee shops & restaurants. She joined the league two years ago because she wanted to align herself with an organization of women who supported each other and who supported other organizations within the community by providing resources and funding. Chat with Aileena 

 

 

 

Sharon Mvundura, Communications Director

Sharon is a nonprofit professional working as the Manager of Events & Projects for a Capital Region capacity building organization. She spent her first placement in the League working as part of the Communications team and is excited to lead the helm with a great group of women. She joined the league two years ago because she wanted to spend her time amongst inspiring women who want to make a difference in community and learn and grow together. In her spare time Sharon enjoys reading, tweeting, volunteering, and living up to her self-proclaimed title of ‘brunch evangelist’.  Chat with Sharon

 

 

 

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Ann  joined JLE in 1970  where her experiences over the next several years with the League were valuable training.  After going Sustainer she sat on the City of Edmonton Community Services Advisory Committee;  was a Director on  the Board of the United Way of Edmonton; served on the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women and later the Alberta Advisory Council on Women’s Issues;  and was a  Public  Representative on the council of the Alberta College of Registered Nurses before leaving Edmonton in 1993 and rejoining JLE in 2009. Chat with Ann