Kerri kicked off her career with the CBC Edmonton {television} News, but transitioned into print media after her {now teenagers} were born. She uses social media to tell her story on the daily, and believes there is no such thing as kissing dogs too much. She laughs loudly, gets extraordinarily weird if she doesn’t eat on a regular schedule, and has a quiet fascination for marionettes, stemming from that one scene with the puppet goats in The Sound of Music. She fills her free time with her fiancé, plotting ways to have fun and find new adventures together, and she fills her professional hours crafting ways to connect people through creative storytelling and authentic communication.

Girls Inc. of Northern Alberta has extended their Women of Inspiration Education Award. The local non-profit hands

The Multicultural Association of Wood Buffalo (MCA) has appointed a new executive director.  Muna Ali will take

Empty Bowls Festival presented by John Wilson’s Hedco Group is a family-friendly celebration of local talent

Keyano College will welcome its first refugee student from Lebanon in August through the  World University Service

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