28-Sep-2015 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
11160 River Valley Road
Royal Glenora Club
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2G7


Northern Alberta Chapter
Servant Leadership

  September 28, 2015
  0700 - 0900 MST

Royal Glenora Club
11160 River Valley Road
Edmonton, AB T5J 2G7

Keynote Speaker: David Hancock, Q.C.

Dave Hancock went into public life to build an Alberta that balances economic strength and social responsibility, and left politics having contributed to those goals in many substantial ways. He is recognized as a leader in Alberta and across Canada with unparalleled insights across a breadth of sectors. He joined Dantons Canada LLP in 2015 as Counsel with the goal of continuing to work with individuals, non-profits and companies to advance Alberta’s economic and community strengths to help Albertans achieve their potential.

Dave served as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta representing the constituency of Edmonton-Whitemud from 1997-2014. He held a number of cabinet positions over his public career which included Minister of Intergovenmental and Aboriginal Affairs, Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, Minister of Advanced Education, Minister of Health and Wellness, Minister of Education, Minister of Human Services, Minister of Innovation and Advanced Education. He served as Government House Leader from 1999-2013, was appointed Deputy Premier in 2013 and served as the 15th Premier of Alberta prior to resigning from the legislature.

Looking Out Speaker: Isabelle Dena, RSW, MSW

Red Purse is a Personal Hygiene Products Program focused in Kenya and it has been making a difference for over six years. This project aims to meet the needs girls in impoverished neighbourhoods missing 5 to 7 school days a month due to shame and embarrassment about their menstrual cycle and lacking basic personal hygiene products. Gradually, those monthly absences put the girls behind in their schooling and dropping out altogether is common. In response, Red Purse donates sanitary pads, panties, toothbrushes and soap to the girls; helping them stay in school. Red Purse hopes that by providing personal hygiene products to promising young women can inspire them to become leaders, build their confidence and maintain their dignity.

Isabelle is a Registered Social Worker by profession. Originally from Kenya, East Africa, Isabelle felt compelled to support girls in her home country so she started the Red Purse Campaign with two partners Michelle Buckle and Catherine McGrath-Lee.

 Agenda 7:00 a.m. - 7:30 a.m.
7:30 a.m. - 7:45 a.m.
7:45 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

Registration & Breakfast Buffet*
The Red Purse Initiative, Isabelle Dena
Servant Leadership, Dave Hancock
Closing Remarks & Networking 
(taxes included)
CCHL Members
Non Members
Student Members

*Menu for the breakfast buffet is as follows: Seasonal Fresh Cut Fruit, Fresh Baked Muffins, Croissants and Fruit Danishes, Country Style Breakfast Potatoes, Scrambled Eggs and Spring Onions, Maple Smoked Bacon, Pork Sausages, Coffee and Tea, Chilled Juices

Save the date for our other CCHL – Northern Alberta Chapter Events this fall!

Sunday, November 1st - 2:00pm – Come cheer on the Edmonton Eskimos with your CCHL colleagues as they take on the Montreal Alouettes. This special networking event takes place in a Commonwealth Stadium Suite.

Thursday, November 19th – 7:00am – 9:00am – Breakfast Buffet and Professional Development Event. Topic: Communication. Keynote Speaker: Gord Steinke.

Thank you to our 2015/2016 event sponsors:


Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 1.00 Category I  credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.