Board of Directors and committee chairs
Ramsay’s history and character were a big draw for Nicole and her husband when they moved into the community in 2013. After taking a pause from her 15-year career in sales leadership and project management, Nicole completed her Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management while starting a family.
She joined the Board in 2019, and while chasing 2 young boys and a mini poodle around, she’s honoured to pair her passion for people and sustainable strategy to help serve this incredible community.
Lindsay moved to Ramsay in 2014 and instantly fell in love with the small town community feel of this neighbourhood. She enjoys strolling the neighbourhood and the river pathways with her dog Ruutu and her husband RJ. Lindsay’s background is in education, facilitation, and instructional design. She has been a part of the Ramsay Community Association since 2019 and enjoys being able to give back to the community that she loves. In her spare time, Lindsay can be found dreaming up new DIY projects for her house and yard.
Jeff has enjoyed living and working in Calgary’s inner city for the last five and a half years. You can find him spending his weekends and evenings enjoying the City’s wonderful parks and pathway system or shooting a round of golf. Jeff works for the City of Calgary as a Project Manager and his professional interests encompass areas of design, placemaking, and urban planning. Jeff is involved with the RCA Planning + Development Committee and is always excited to help out in any way he can.
Carol is a mother, wife, and lover of nature, who has loved living in Ramsay for over a decade. She is an active volunteer, currently on Ramsay School's parent council and an announcer on the Draft Horse Town Committee for the Calgary Stampede. Carol loves being outside and can be found in the Community Garden or around the neighbourhood, walking her dog Whiskey.
Born in Calgary, Glenn has lived in Ramsay since 1988 when he moved here to be close to the Saddledome for his job with In Game Entertainment for the Calgary Flames. Glenn is a longtime booster of this great city, having been a Stampede Volunteer since 1984 and a member of the Calgary Grey Cup Committee from 1984 to 2004. He and his wife Peggy have supported many charities in the community and they were named Philanthropists of the Year by the Cerebral Palsy Association of Alberta. Glenn has served on many boards of corporations and non-profits and an entrepreneur, he is Top Dog of Street Characters Inc, which designs and manufactures mascots for clients worldwide.
Erin moved to Ramsay in August 2009, ironically, after telling her husband that she wanted to live anywhere in the inner city but Ramsay. Wanting to share her past experiences and skill set, Erin volunteered for the RCA as a Director, and her current role asVP External is an ideal fit. Erin has been the
community voice through the Green Line process and the Area Redevelopment Plan, while juggling adding two new Ramsayites to her home. Erin loves building community connections and admins a few of the local facebook groups. Erin was recognized as a Federation of Calgary Communities 2020 Face of the Community.
Kelsi moved to Ramsay in 2015. A landscape architect by trade, Kelsi is passionate about activating spaces and encouraging pedestrian-centric environments. What Kelsi loves most about Ramsay is the sense of community, the history, and that it is an inner city neighbourhood bordered by rivers and pathways. On summer evenings, catch Kelsi up at the Ramsay ball diamond for "Tornado Tuesdays" - a drop in weekly softball game for all ages and abilities.
Although Kolja is new to the RCA Board, he has been a proud Ramsayite since 2005. He and his partner Sarah have two children and live in what they believe to be one of the best neighbourhoods in Calgary. Kolja works in the renewable and energy storage industry. He is passionate about community engagement and projects that make Ramsay an even better place to live.
Communications Committee Chair
Margaret grew up in Ramsay. She enjoys Ramsay’s proximity to the river path system and appreciates being able to walk or cycle to Bow Valley College where she works as an Associate Dean. Margaret likes writing and connecting with people and so is taking the lead on our Communications Committee.
Membership Committee Chair
Teresa started volunteering with the RCA Membership Committee in 2016 and has also been leading the new playground project slated for completion at the corner of Bellevue and MacDonald Avenues by the fall of 2021. If you see her around the neighbourhood, she usually has her kids in tow – either on foot, bike, or wagon.