Terra relies on volunteers, financial and in-kind donations to offer services and support our teen parents.
At Terra, our specialized team tailors programs and services to meet the needs of each teen parent. Always safe, never judgemental. Learn more about what we have to offer our young families.
The Board of Directors advances and safeguards Terra’s mission. The Board is responsible for long-term strategic planning and direction. It defines Terra’s organizational culture, values and operating principles. The Board works as team with the Executive Director who manages operations.
If you’re interested, please forward your resume and a cover letter stating why this opportunity is of interest to you, to:
Terra Centre for Teen Parents Wendy Yewman, Board Chair 9930 106 Street Edmonton, AB T5K 1C7
Wendy Yewman has very recently retired from a career of close to 30 years in the area of service provision to youth and families in the Edmonton area.
Anne Smith is currently a member of Terra’s Government and Stakeholder Relations Committee and is Past Chair of Edmonton’s Food Bank.
Mary has been working with children, families and communities for over 30 years. She truly believes it takes a village to raise a child and is passionate about supporting people and communities to best support young children and their families. Mary is currently an instructor in the Early Learning and Child Care program at NorQuest College.
Ronda White is currently the Chief Audit Executive at Alberta Health Services and leads the Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management department.
Lynda is a Registered Psychologist who works at the University of Alberta Hospital in Clinical Psychology Services.
Susan Denney has worked in property management for over 15 years and is currently the General Manager of Kingsway Mall. She is responsible for the overall leadership and operations of the centre. Susan is the proud mom of a blended family of six and is passionate about helping children get the best possible head start in life.
Crystal Arcand, spirit name Rising Sun Thunder Woman, is a nehiyaw Cree member from the Alexander Kipohtakaw First Nation. Culture and identity of our indigenous people is Crystal’s passion. She has sat with many knowledge keepers and has been active in traditional ceremonies on Treaty 6 territory. Crystal is currently with Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society as the cultural supervisor. She is a mentor and knowledge keeper for the community and offers indigenous teachings and sacred circle teachings which honour our families when they are celebrating their successes or requiring support through their life experiences. Crystal is the mother of two daughters and one son. She has two grandchildren and hopes for many more to come.
Mary Marshall has practised primarily in health law and has advised regional health authorities, provincial / federal / territorial governments, professional regulatory bodies, and others throughout her career. She is a frequent speaker and has published extensively on health law matters. As well, Mary has served on the Boards of a number of voluntary organizations, including the Canadian Nurses Association and organizations providing supportive housing for persons with disabilities. In 2009, Mary was the recipient of the University of Alberta, Faculty of Extension award for a “Leader in Lifelong Learning” for outstanding research and scholarship. In 2004, she was the recipient of the Canadian Mental Health Association National Office award for a legal counsel or law firm which has provided extraordinary leadership in advocacy. Mary has her Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of Toronto (1980) and her Master of Law from the University of Cambridge (1994).
Fran Ross is the Chief Communications Officer for Covenant Health, responsible for strategic communications and community engagement programs.
Mark is the Chief Operating Officer for Capital Region Housing.
Interested in joining us? Send us a resume!
We’re located at 9930 106 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta. We are open 8:30-4:30 Mon-Fri.