Sheena Tremblay - Executive Director

Sheena Tremblay has a degree in Ecotourism and Outdoor Leadership from Mount Royal University. She has now been with the NWT Recreation and Parks Association for many years and loves traveling the North and meeting new people. Sheena also has spent many hours volunteering and is currently the female coach of the Yellowknife High Performance Cross Country Skiing Team.


📞: 867 669-8376

Bri Krekoski – Director, Active Communities

Bri Krekoski was born and raised in the  Amiskwacīwiyiniwak region of Alberta (Treaty 6). An Alberta farm kid at heart, Bri loves to be outdoors walking, hiking or playing with her kids, nieces, and nephews. She has fallen in love with the active, northern lifestyle and is a soccer coach here in  Sǫ̀mba K’e/Yellowknife. Bri studied Interdisciplinary Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa and has a degree in Health and Community Services from the University of Victoria, specializing in healthy aging.


📞: 867 669-8381

Amanda Grobbecker – Director, Professional Development

Amanda has a Masters degree in Higher Education Leadership from the University of Calgary. Originally from Ontario, Amanda loves to travel – especially to NWT communities. When she isn’t teaching dance or Jump A Bunch in the communities, she can be found with her daughter. She and her daughter love to be outdoors doing anything active!


📞: 867 669-8377

Rachel Cluderay – On the Land Programs Consultant

Rachel was born and raised in Sǫ̀mba K’è (Yellowknife), Denendeh and is Nêhiyaw (Cree). In 2019, she completed a Bachelor of Commerce specialized in Entrepreneurship at the University of Victoria. Rachel is a Paddle Canada certified Lake Canoe Instructor Trainer and Sea Kayak Level 1 Skills Instructor.  You may have already met Rachel at a course or on a trip as she has been guiding and teaching across the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut since 2013.


📞: 867 669-8392

Kaila Jefferd-Moore – Membership and Communications Coordinator

A headshot of Kaila.

Kaila Jefferd-Moore is Haida, born in Coast Salish territory on Vancouver Island and grew up in Inuuvik/Inuvik on Gwich’in and Inuvialuit lands. She holds a Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) from the University of King’s College with a focus in political science and Indigenous studies. She’s worked for five years as a journalist, writing for various publications across Canada including CBC NorthUp Here, and NNSL’s Inuvik Drum. When she’s not inside reading a book or writing, she’s trying to get outside for a hike or paddle.


📞: 867 669-8375

Abby Webster – Administrative Coordinator

Abby grew up in Hay River and moved to Yellowknife in high school; she also spent time in BC to play hockey at a higher level. Abby played hockey at Olds College while completing her Business Diploma with a Major in Sports Management. Abby’s athletic background comes from her love for recreational activities as most of her childhood was spent at the Rec Center in Hay River taking part in just about every activity that was offered. Abby is very passionate about hockey and staying active. If she isn’t at the arena she’s out skating on the lake!


📞: 867 669-8379