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IAHSS Alberta Chapter Conference 2019

October 17, 2019

Black Knight Inn

2929 50 Ave, Red Deer, AB T4R 1H1

Registration begins at 07:30-08:30 am

1st speaker at 09:00 am


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2019 Conference Speakers

Marvin Washington

Lean into the change!

The world around us is changing rapidly.  For some this might be viewed as a loss, for others, this might be viewed as a threat. My goal is that you begin to view change as an opportunity. In my time with you, I will share how change can be viewed as an opportunity and then provide some tools and tips that you can use to take advantage of this opportunity.

Georgette Reed

Georgette Reed. Has had a keen interest in Sport, Fitness, Health and Wellness all of her life. A certified track and field and strength and conditioning, coach with 44 years of competitive experience under her belt in the sports of athletics, bobsleigh, swimming and water polo, Georgette now puts all of the knowledge and expertise to good use as the Health and Wellness Coordinator for Edmonton Fire Rescue Services and Mental Health First Aid, Psychological First Aid and R2MR (first responder) instructor and master trainer for the City of Edmonton.


During her athletic career, Georgette represented Canada in the Olympic Games, the World Athletics Championships, The World Bobsleigh Championships, The Pan American Games, The Commonwealth Games and many other international events. As a competitor, Georgette won 17 national titles (15 in the shot put and two discus titles). Upon retiring from competing, Georgette was the head cross country, track and field coach for the Univ. of Alberta for 10 years, and helped develop champions at the provincial, national and international levels and was a mentor/coach for Special Olympics Athletics athletes and coaches in Alberta.


Currently, Georgette competes as a masters’ athlete in the throwing events and volunteers coaching Paralympic hopefuls in the throwing events. She is on the Board of Directors for Athletics Alberta and is the President of the Edmonton Track and Field Council

Eyvi Smith & Nader Khalil

I.N.S.E.T (Extremisim in Alberta)

Nader KHALIL  has served with the RCMP for 13 years.

Corporal KHALIL began his first RCMP posting in 2008, in Bonnyville, Alberta as a general duty police officer.

In 2011, he was transferred to Edmonton, Alberta and was posted in the Federal Drug Section. Cpl. KHALIL was a plain clothes investigator and his duties included the investigation and enforcement of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and related Criminal Code offences. 

In 2014, he was then transferred to Calgary Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (INSET). Cpl. KHALIL’s duties included investigation and enforcement of Terrorism related offences. Currently Cpl. KHALIL is posted to the Calgary Integrated National Security Public Engagement Team.


Eyvi Smith has served with the RCMP for 18 years.

Sgt. Smith's first posting was to the Yukon for 8 years.....6 years Whitehorse General Duty and then transferring to Old Crow...a fly in posting in the Arctic for 2 years.

In 2008 Sgt. Smith then transferred to the Marine Security Enforcement Team and carried out border integrity for 5 years on all of the Great lakes for 6 months a year......acting  as an Intelligence Officer for the Marine Security Operations Centre during the winter months.

In 2012 Sgt. Smith promoted to the Calgary Integrated National Security Enforcement Team to act as the Public Engagement Officer with the team and has been with INSET up until present.

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