Sammy Ahn is a chemical engineering graduate from the University of Calgary currently working as an Engineer-in-Training (EIT) at TransCanada Corp. Sammy became involved with LINKages during his last year of high school in 2010 when he was leader of the Sir Winston Churchill High School After-School Program. His involvement with LINKages continued on with his post-secondary studies when he founded the LINKages U of C Chapter in 2012. Sammy has experienced first-hand, the lasting impact of intergenerational connections. He had previously joined the LINKages’ Board as Board Secretary and is now the Board Chair.
Brent Prenevost lives in Calgary and works with the Alberta Energy Regulator. Brent is a seasoned lawyer with over 30 years experience in the Energy, Financial services and administrative law areas. He is very familiar with the development of social policy through legislation and regulations. As a former director of a non- profit delivering alternative energy in the developing world, he appreciates how a clear vision, sound strategy and effective implementation contribute to the well being of communities. He believes that LINKages’ work to foster inter-generational connections promotes character, strengthens families and contributes ultimately to healthy communities.
Kathy is a seasoned Human Resource professional with 30 years’ experience as an internal and external consultant, leader, and coach helping leaders achieve business results through a focus on people and related processes. Kathy currently focuses her practice in the areas of business transformation, organization, team, and leadership effectiveness. She is passionate about the impact leaders have in making the world a better place both at a macro and micro level. For Kathy, LINKages is about leadership in valuing diversity and inclusion by building relationships, breaking down stereotypes, and valuing the unique contributions of each generation.