Corina is very excited to be part of the NextGen Committee. Having moved to Edmonton close to a decade ago to attend university, she has absolutely fallen in love with this city.
As a co-chair to the Voice working group, Corina brings over five years of experience working in the political sphere. She received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta, and soon after began a series of positions with the Senate of Canada, Liberal Party of Canada and the Alberta Liberal Party, including twice running for office. After a two year stint in the private sector, Corina has recently began a new challenge in the non-profit sector as a Project Coordinator at the Canadian Patient Safety Institute.“Having the chance to bring even just a little positive change to this city which I love, is exhilarating, “said Corina,” Edmonton’s Nextgen has given me this opportunity.”
Kelly is a litigation lawyer in the City of Edmonton’s Law Branch. Kelly was born and raised in Edson, Alberta and moved to Edmonton to attend University. Kelly obtained her undergrad Bachelor degree in Commerce from the University of Alberta, majoring in International Business with a minor in Human Resources, which sparked an interest in the area of Law she has ultimately gravitated towards. After completing her law degree she articled with a large law firm in Edmonton before ultimately joining the City’s Law Branch.Kelly serves her local and professional community on the Board of the Rotary Club of Edmonton Urban Spirits and through her involvement as a volunteer for the Canadian Bar Association. You can find Kelly running through Edmonton’s river valley or cross-country skiing along its trails. She loves Edmonton’s theatre and arts scene and, in her spare time, she loves to travel.
Angela Saveraux is the Manager, Public Relations and Community Investment at Canadian Western Bank (CWB), the largest publicly traded Schedule I bank headquartered in Western Canada. She is responsible for managing and growing the Bank’s community investment and sponsorship program, building community relationships, and encouraging employee volunteerism.
Prior to joining Canadian Western Bank, Angela spent 3 years in non-profit fund development and special events management with the Alberta Diabetes Foundation (ADF).Angela holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Alberta, a certificate in Corporate Community Involvement Excellence from Boston College and a Public Relations Diploma from MacEwan University. Born and raised in Edmonton, Angela is active in the local community and volunteers with Junior Achievement, ADF, Edmonton’s NextGen and IABC Edmonton. In her spare time, she loves to travel and has visited 17+ countries