About Us

What Does Forestry Mean To You?

Our team is here to help.

Our forests and the sustainable forest industry are things that every Albertan can be excited about. AFPA’s team empowers the industry by providing training, resources, guidance, and support, and we offer opportunities for the public to engage and learn.

Jason Krips

President & CEO

780.952.2137

Brock Mulligan

Senior Vice President

780.239.6890
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Sheila Harrison

Vice President, Policy

780.984.2372

Leslie Loudon

Senior Financial Officer

780.392.0757
Aspen Dudzic

Aspen Dudzic

Director, Communications

780.996.4377

Carola von Sass

Director, Health, Safety, & Transportation

780.392.0753

Craig Werner

Director, Environment & Regulatory Affairs

780.686.1557

Graham Legaarden, RPF

Director, Forest Policy

780.740.5445

Raymond Gendi

Director, Grade Bureau

780.392.0758

Rory Koska

Program Director, Wood WORKS!

780.604.9059
Anna

Anna Kauffman

Senior Policy & Economic Analyst

780.691.1484
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Bryce West

Quality Supervisor

780.819.7776

Chris Breen, RPF

Director, Federal & Indigenous Relations

780.984.1201
Forrest Battjes

Forrest Battjes

Forestry Educator, Work Wild

780.977.7596
Jerry

Jerry Calara

Technical Advisor, Wood WORKS!

780.392.0754
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Monique Holowach

Policy Analyst

780.298.6664
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Morgan Pike

Communications Advisor

587.889.3543

Sheryl Hill

Executive Assistant

780.452.2841
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Stuart Doerksen

Quality Supervisor

780.940.3513
Alberta Forest Products Association

AFPA is a non-profit association that represents Alberta’s forest industry. We support our members in reaching new heights of sustainability, safety, efficiency and innovation, and we give Albertans opportunities to learn about our forests and the forest industry.

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Work Wild is here to help people who are looking for a career they’ll love – whether you’re a high school student evaluating career options for the first time, or looking to make a change in your career.

If you’d like more information about employment opportunities in the forest industry, you can find job profiles, current job postings, scholarships and more here.

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DID YOU KNOW?

96% of Alberta’s managed forests (where forest companies operate) are independently certified for sustainability.

Learn more about the forest industry’s sustainable forest management practices.

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