Our Team

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Robbie Kreger-Smith - President   Robbie has been involved with Red Shoe Society for 2 years, starting as a member volunteer with the Red Shoe Crawl, eventually taking on responsibility as Volunteer Chair, and Communications and Social Chair in the past year. Robbie is an avid volunteer, committing time to RSS, Ronald McDonald House, Junior Achievement and the Alberta Party. He is an Operations Supervisor for McDonald's restaurants, for whom he has worked for 20 years and also owns his own social media marketing firm. He is also the Communications Chair for the Alberta Party. In his limited spare time, he enjoys spending time with his spouse and their two dogs, camping, travel, adventure sports and live music. He's also super pumped for the return of the Edmonton Oilers to the postseason!   

Robbie Kreger-Smith - President

Robbie has been involved with Red Shoe Society for 2 years, starting as a member volunteer with the Red Shoe Crawl, eventually taking on responsibility as Volunteer Chair, and Communications and Social Chair in the past year. Robbie is an avid volunteer, committing time to RSS, Ronald McDonald House, Junior Achievement and the Alberta Party. He is an Operations Supervisor for McDonald's restaurants, for whom he has worked for 20 years and also owns his own social media marketing firm. He is also the Communications Chair for the Alberta Party. In his limited spare time, he enjoys spending time with his spouse and their two dogs, camping, travel, adventure sports and live music. He's also super pumped for the return of the Edmonton Oilers to the postseason!

 

Dustyn Berube -  Volunteer Chair   Dustyn is a small town heart in the big city. He is a pipefitter by trade and an active member within the charity world. He passes his time playing hockey, having games nights with his friends, hanging out with his loving cat Remi and cheering the Oilers on! He has volunteered for numerous Red Shoe Society events to support the Ronald McDonald house and has decided to finally join the board this year because he wants to become more involved with the vision.

Dustyn Berube- Volunteer Chair

Dustyn is a small town heart in the big city. He is a pipefitter by trade and an active member within the charity world. He passes his time playing hockey, having games nights with his friends, hanging out with his loving cat Remi and cheering the Oilers on! He has volunteered for numerous Red Shoe Society events to support the Ronald McDonald house and has decided to finally join the board this year because he wants to become more involved with the vision.

Greg Allen- Membership Chair   Greg is a student recruiter/ job developer and Instructor for NorQuest College in the Hospitality field.  Currently Greg has been a member of the Red Shoe Society for 3 years and recently joined the board as Membership Chair. An active member in the community Greg has a passion for serving others and makes it a part of his daily work and life activities.  Greg’s family loves camping and they can’t wait to get our exploring Alberta this summer and spend time together relaxing around a beautiful campfire. I love being a part of the RSS as it has brought many gifts in the form of new relationships, personal growth and a sense of accomplishment.

Greg Allen- Membership Chair

Greg is a student recruiter/ job developer and Instructor for NorQuest College in the Hospitality field.  Currently Greg has been a member of the Red Shoe Society for 3 years and recently joined the board as Membership Chair. An active member in the community Greg has a passion for serving others and makes it a part of his daily work and life activities.  Greg’s family loves camping and they can’t wait to get our exploring Alberta this summer and spend time together relaxing around a beautiful campfire. I love being a part of the RSS as it has brought many gifts in the form of new relationships, personal growth and a sense of accomplishment.

Kim Schmidt- Development Chair   Kim grew up just outside of the city and is very family oriented and the oldest of three girls. After completing a science degree following high school, her passion for working with people led her to retail and she now works as a territory manager and travels throughout the capital region. In her spare time she is with her loved ones, often cheering on her favourite team, the Edmonton Oilers, or cooking up something delicious!! She recently became a mama to her first fur baby, Bella, an adorable chihuahua! When Kim heard about the Red Shoe Society she was excited to join and bring forward her years of experience working with people ! She is looking forward to the opportunity to meet some new people and very excited see what the next year brings!   

Kim Schmidt- Development Chair

Kim grew up just outside of the city and is very family oriented and the oldest of three girls. After completing a science degree following high school, her passion for working with people led her to retail and she now works as a territory manager and travels throughout the capital region. In her spare time she is with her loved ones, often cheering on her favourite team, the Edmonton Oilers, or cooking up something delicious!! She recently became a mama to her first fur baby, Bella, an adorable chihuahua! When Kim heard about the Red Shoe Society she was excited to join and bring forward her years of experience working with people ! She is looking forward to the opportunity to meet some new people and very excited see what the next year brings!

 

Monica Phillips- Communications Chair           

Monica Phillips- Communications Chair


 

 

 

Tanya Corbin-Secretary /Treasurer   Tanya takes care of her little girl toddler, puppy and husband in a far away land north east of the city. A jack of all trades, she holds a university degree and committed her 20s to working in oil and gas between here and Ontario. Once motherhood kicked in, she settled back into her home where she has enjoyed reconnecting with her friends, catching up on reading and fulfilling her shopping addiction. Tanya first experienced the Ronald McDonald house in 2016 following a friend event with the Meals that Mend program and instantly wanted to be more involved. After she heard about the Red Shoe Society she knew it was something she wanted to become a part of because of the amazing support for the families that stay at the house. She is most looking forward to seeing what the RSS can bring to these families this year and making some meaningful connections with new people.

Tanya Corbin-Secretary /Treasurer

Tanya takes care of her little girl toddler, puppy and husband in a far away land north east of the city. A jack of all trades, she holds a university degree and committed her 20s to working in oil and gas between here and Ontario. Once motherhood kicked in, she settled back into her home where she has enjoyed reconnecting with her friends, catching up on reading and fulfilling her shopping addiction. Tanya first experienced the Ronald McDonald house in 2016 following a friend event with the Meals that Mend program and instantly wanted to be more involved. After she heard about the Red Shoe Society she knew it was something she wanted to become a part of because of the amazing support for the families that stay at the house. She is most looking forward to seeing what the RSS can bring to these families this year and making some meaningful connections with new people.