Bryce Kumka is a Partner and Senior Account Executive for Commercial Insurance for Rogers Insurance North. He is an active member of the Rotary Club of Fort McMurray and has held an executive position for the past five years, and is a Paul Harris Fellow.
He holds the position of the Treasurer of the Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce, and has been on the Board of Directors for the past 5 years. Bryce is the past Community Campaign chair (2012) for the United Way of Fort McMurray, and an active member of the Board of Directors serving as the Community Campaign Committee chair. [2013-2015]
He sits on the Board of Directors of Changes Supported Living Services, an non-profit organization that provides community based residential, supported, and independent living services to over 600 mentally challenged adults. He is married to Lee-Anne and they have 3 lovely daughters. [2016-2018]
Nick Sanders moved to Fort McMurray in 2006 and is currently the Director, Human Resources with the Fort McMurray Catholic Schools. He worked in transportation for about 25 years in various capacities at a Corporate level, in Operations, New Business development, Risk Management and Human Resources. His other activities include Chair of MacDonald Island Park Corporation. He, his wife Marina and their son Jared are enjoying all that this great community has to offer! [2016-2018]
Ted Doleman is currently employed at CNRL.
Ted has held senior operations and maintenance roles with Suncor and Petro-Canada. He has spent the last six years as Utilities and Energy Manager Energy for Shell-Albian Sands. Prior to his experience in the Oil Sands, Ted held plant management, mechanical head and supervisory roles with Manitoba Hydro and Ontario Hydro. Ted has completed both his bachelor and master degrees in mechanical engineering from Queen’s University. [2015-2017]
Since arriving in Fort McMurray in 2009 Matthew has pursued his career as a public accountant, and has recently started a local accounting practice. Matthew is passionate about the future of the Fort McMurray area and also serves as a volunteer board member with several organizations including: Oil Sands Rotary Club, Community Futures Wood Buffalo, The Keyano College Foundation, and The Canadian Cancer Society AB/NWT Division. He is also a graduate of the University of Calgary (2006) and a member of the Institute of Charted Accountants of Alberta since 2010. [2015-2017]
Bryan Lutes is the former president of Wood Buffalo Housing & Development Corporation. Bryan is also the past president of the regional chapter of the Urban Development Institute (UDI) an organization that deals with issues around building and land development. Bryan brings his career experience in the construction and development industries to the Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce board table. He hold a position on the Land Committee. He is also an active member of the Rotary Club of Fort McMurray and has held an executive position for the past five years, and is a Paul Harris Fellow. Bryan is also the past chair of the local Habitat for Humanity affiliate and past president of the Canadian Housing and Renewal Association (CHRA), a national organisation that advocates for affordable housing. [2016-2018]
Suzanne E. Manning is a lawyer at Flett, Manning, Moore Law Office where she primarily practices law in the areas of corporate/commercial, real estate and wills and estates. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Alberta and a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of Manitoba.
Suzanne currently serves as a Director on the Northern Lights Health Foundation and was elected to the Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce in 2011. Born and raised in Fort McMurray, Suzanne is passionate about community participation and the opportunities for regional development. [2015-2017]
My wife Teri and I were both born in Alberta and first moved to Fort McMurray with ATCO Gas in 2005 and immediately fell in love with the energy and opportunities available. When we moved away for personal and professional reasons in 2009, we knew we would try to return if the opportunity presented itself. Fortunately it did and when I was offered the position to Manage Fort McMurray operations ATCO Gas I accepted and we were back in 2012. I have been with ATCO for 30 years
Both Teri and myself have enjoyed the fundraising and volunteer events as well and getting to know new friends and employees. We take pride that this is our home and endeavor to find ways to make it an attractive place to be and dispel the myths that seem to find the ears of others who have not given the Community a fair and impartial look. [2016-2018]
The Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce hosts several events throughout the year. Click here for pictures of our Business and Community Awards Reception, our Duffet n' Divot Golf Tournament, our monthly Networking Luncheons and our Small Business Week Celebrations.