The International Association of Business Communicators Regina Chapter (IABC/Regina) proudly represents communications professionals based in Regina, Saskatchewan and surrounding area. We proudly hold more than 40 Accredited Business Communicators (ABC), internationally recognized leaders in our industry. Connecting through learning, networking and mentoring opportunities, our organization promotes ethical business communications standards, inspires a passion for learning and helps our members achieve communications excellence in their daily work. We are part of IABC, a global network of communication leaders operating in 70 countries.
IABC/Regina is committed to providing professional development opportunities year round. When you ask, we listen. All professional development workshops, luncheons and networking sessions hosted by IABC/Regina focus on topics that are relevant to our chapter members.
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Lisa Adam, CMP
Lisa Adam has 20 years of communications experience in the government, non-profit and private sectors. She is currently leading the communications team at the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency as the Director of Communications.
Her passion for providing an excellent customer experience combined with her passion for health and wellness, drives her to promote health programs to patients, the general public, and health care providers.
Lisa studied at the University of Regina majoring in English and later focused her studies on public relations. She completed her Graduate Certificate in Professional Communications Management from Royal Roads University. Lisa also has formal training with the International Association for Public Participation and has her Prosci Change Management Certification.
She is also a past board member of the Canadian Public Relations Society and a long-standing member of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).
Outside of work, you will find Lisa at the gym, reading, writing, or binge-watching something humorous on Netflix. Lisa is looking forward to being able to plan new travel adventures once the pandemic is over.
Craig Hemingway is the Communications Manager for Canada’s Most Notorious City – Moose Jaw, SK, where he enjoys using his broad base of writing, marketing, public speaking, presentation and people skills.
Craig spent over 20 years as a broadcaster and journalist before transitioning to his current Communications role with the City of Moose Jaw. Most recently, Craig earned his Certificate in Economic Development from the University of Waterloo.
Craig loves being involved in the community and has extensive volunteer experience, including stints on the Board of Directors for both Tourism Moose Jaw and Moose Jaw Minor Girls Fastball. Craig has also organized the Terry Fox Run in Moose Jaw since 2019.
When he’s not working, Craig enjoys golfing, coaching fastball, road trips with the family and bingeing TV series, from the critically-acclaimed to the occasional guilty pleasure (Yellowstone, anyone?)
After nearly a decade of work as an editor and communications professional with Farm Credit Canada, Trilby Henderson now works in risk management for the organization. Trilby holds a BA in Journalism from the University of Regina. Before joining FCC, she spent several years providing communications expertise to a broad span of organizations in both the public and private sector, both as an in-house communications specialist and freelance writer and editor.
Trilby is passionate about communications. When she’s not geeking out on how to create engaging content, digging into communications strategy and measurement, or championing the principles of plain language, you’ll find her at the hockey rink cheering on one of her three kids, or camped out at the lake during the summer.
Vice-President, Professional Development
Lyne has been working in public affairs for over 12 years. Her work is anchored in communications, but she also has extensive experience in media, government, and public relations. She currently manages the corporate communications team at Farm Credit Canada.
While Lyne has spent the last decade creating, managing, and activating national public relations campaigns, she is also highly skilled at strategic communications. She started her career as a national press secretary on Parliament Hill for the Office of the Official Opposition in Ottawa, and later developed a passion for agriculture and agri-food.
Lyne has a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism/Communications from l’Université de Moncton and a Master’s Degree in Political Studies from the University of Ottawa. She is also a past board member of the Canadian Public Relations Society – Ottawa/Gatineau chapter.
During her time off, you will likely find her with a book in one hand and a coffee in the other, or on a road trip with her two young boys and her husband.
Vice-President, Professional Development
When it comes to communications and professional development, Candace is very well versed. She’s held a myriad of communications positions throughout her career, including work in graphic design, bookkeeping, and social media management. She’s currently the Director Client Service at Brown Communications Group, where she manages campaigns for clients in both private and public sectors.
A life-long learner, Candace recently completed a certificate in Indigenous Canada from the University of Alberta. She’s also completed her IAP2 Foundations in Public Participation course, which fuels her passion for energized and engaging communications.
Don’t be surprised to find Candace at your local Starbucks or sushi spot. Outside the office, this dog mom of two loves camping, road tripping, conquering new Peloton app workouts, and cheering on sports teams from her hometown of Winnipeg.
Vice-President, Membership & Communications
Lisa Triantafyllou is passionate about her new Communications Consultant role at the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency (SCA). She is excited to join their talented and dedicated team of professionals, who work hard every day to improve the quality of cancer care for people in her home province.
Before joining the SCA, Lisa worked at eHealth Saskatchewan for seven years, primarily, as their Senior Communications Consultant. She was an integral part of many meaningful and impactful projects for the health system, including MySaskHealthRecord, birth bundling, health card renewal, annual reports, and their website redesign.
Before taking a leap into Corporate Communications, Lisa was as a Mobile Journalist for Sun News Network. As the national network's only correspondent in Saskatchewan, she loved telling stories from a prairie perspective. Lisa was responsible for the reporting, research, videography, interviewing, writing and editing of each story.
Lisa is a proud member of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) and new board member of Membership and Communications for the Regina IABC Chapter. She is passionate about all things communications, including reading, writing, editing, planning and strategy, marketing, analytics, photography, videography and social media.
Outside of work, you will likely find Lisa and her husband, Jamie, at a park or doing something adventurous with her two wild and adorable little boys, Xander and Cruz.
Paula Kohl, ABC
Paula has been involved with IABC Regina at various points through her career, with her recent contributions as Certification Chair. She contributed to the launch of Certification and has been the contact for IABC Regina members ever since. Paula previously held board positions from 2005 to 2008 and was a mentor in the 2014 Mentorship Challenge. Paula achieved her Accredited Business Communicator designation in 2011.
Paula currently holds the position of Director, Corporate Communication at FCC, where she leads the internal, media relations and linguistic services teams. In her previous position as Director, Marketing and Communication at Regina Exhibition Association Limited (operator of Evraz Place), Paula was part of the opening of Mosaic Stadium and the International Trade Centre. She also oversaw public engagement and the early stages of a multi-year strategy that will see Evraz Place evolve into a vibrant entertainment district. Prior to this, Paula led an award-winning team of communicators at SaskPower as their Manager of External Communication.
A good TV show paired with popcorn and an oaky Chardonnay in the proper wine glass are Paula's true pleasures in life. She is currently studying Level 3 of the Wine and Spirit Education Trust certification program, which is like becoming a sommelier but without serving people in a restaurant setting. Her retirement goal is to be a wine educator and communicator in the Okanagan. Wine and communication truly are the perfect pairing!
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IABC/Regina is always looking for volunteers either for individual projects and initiatives, or to participate on the Board of Directors and be part of our chapters rich 40-year history of communication leaders. We want to leverage your skills for the benefit of all members, while providing you with an unparalleled leadership and communication development experience. We accept communicators at all experience levels. Whether you are a student, new to the field, or want to build on existing strengths, IABC/Regina is open to working with those who show a considerable level of dedication and hard work.
However, if volunteering isn’t for you, we still encourage you to stay involved with IABC/Regina by joining our membership and the global network of communicators in IABC.
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