THE SEESA TEAM

Meet our dedicated team of volunteers and staff

Board of Directors

JudyLynn Archer

Acting President

JudyLynn Archer offers leadership experience, vision & passion in bringing people together to achieve shared goals.   She was named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women and in 2020 JudyLynn will be invested as a member of the Alberta Order of Excellence. 

Bill Tkachuk

executive

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Dorothy Korbut SEESA

Dorothy Korbut

executive

Dorothy has been a member of SEESA for over 10 years, joining the Board 3 years ago. She has a diploma in Early Childhood Development and a Post Diploma Certificate in Human Resources. Dorothy worked in non-profit agencies for 40 years as a bookkeeper, early childhood educator and executive director. She enjoys SEESA’s exercise classes, workshops, rummage sales and social functions. 

Dave Patterson

DIRECTOR

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Heather Baker

DIRECTOR

Heather has been a member of SEESA since 2008 and volunteered from the very start working the Front Desk, all of the rummage sales, computer data entry, various Committees including the Board and worked on the creation of the first Memorial Tea.  Like many members, She relies on SEESA for friendship, education and health benefits.  

Michael Langstone

DIRECTOR

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Ratna Basappa

DIRECTOR

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Brenda Winchester

DIRECTOR

Brenda became a member of SEESA in the fall of 2017 after retiring from the Federal Government. Since becoming a member, she has enjoyed many of the classes and events offered at the Centre. Brenda has also participated in a few volunteer activities including helping at the Rummage Sales. She recently joined the Board of Directors in 2020.

Staff

Peggy Hansen

office manager

As SEESA continues to evolve, Peggy contributes to the overall operations and goals of the organization supporting the Board of Directors, Volunteers and staff.  With a background in senior services, leadership, and event and facility management, Peggy is a strong leader that contributes to the wellness of her community.

Mary Anne Jaedicke

VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

Mary Anne joined the SEESA community as an employee in 2000.  She finds working with the volunteers a joy and enjoys exchanging salutations with members in the hallway, sharing a smile or stopping to share a tear.  She believes that together we can let our light shine and at SEESA we celebrate life!

Melanie Hansen

Programs manager

After starting as the Volunteer Coordinator, Melanie has grown into the positions of the Program Coordinator and Finance Coordinator. This allows Melanie to capitalize on her analytical and planning skills. Melanie is a graduate of the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science and of MacEwan University with a diploma in Accounting and Strategic Measurement.

Leslie Amundson

outreach

Leslie Amundson is an Occupational Therapist and Grief Recovery Specialist. She has many years of experience working with seniors in their homes, independent living and long term care facilities. She has a wide range of experience and interests. Her hobbies include playing music, singing, reading and nature walks.

Deborah Miville

seniors home support program

Deborah was born in Ottawa but moved to Edmonton over 40 years ago. She joined SEESA in January 2019 as the Seniors Home Supports Program coordinator. Whether it’s a one-on-one conversation in person or over the phone, or organizing a Trade Show, Deborah enjoys connecting older adults and their families with resources to help them Age in Place.

Stephen Montague

custodial

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