Sheila Stauffer (B.A., R.S.W.)
Sheila Stauffer has been the Executive Director of Cornerstone Counselling Centre for nearly five years. Prior to coming to Cornerstone, Sheila spent 12 years working with foster families and foster children. From this experience, she became committed to the belief that the proactive strengthening of individuals and families is the key to building safe, strong communities. Sheila loves working at Cornerstone because the sliding scale gives people from all walks of life the opportunity to gain emotional health and reach their full potential.
Sheila Wray has been with Cornerstone for eight years now. She oversees the reception staff and operation of our front office. Sheila enjoys working at Cornerstone because the staff is wonderful and she feels it is great to be part of something that reaches out to the community with the love of Christ.
Peggy Ward (B.Sc. Computer Sciences)
A Maritimer at heart, Peggy has lived in Edmonton for over 20 years. After studying at the University of New Brunswick, she worked in the IT industry for several years. She then spent many years raising her 3 boys before returning to work. She joined the Cornerstone team seven years ago as our part-time bookkeeper. Peggy enjoys working at Cornerstone because it allows her to be a part of a loving working community.
Ron Knol (B.A. (Bu.Ad), LL.B)
Community Engagement Officer
After having spent 15 years in the practice of law, I have enjoyed the past 15 years serving many different charities in Western Canada in the area of Planned Giving. Having been an Edmontonian all of my life, I’m pleased to be able to use the gifts and experiences that God has given me in the service of Cornerstone’s Community Engagement.
Full-Time Receptionist & Intake Worker
After an absence of 2 years, Melanie has returned to Cornerstone as a receptionist and intake worker. She enjoys working with the friendly staff and being the first point of contact with clients as they seek help to grow and heal.
Audrey Den Boer (M.A. Speech Pathology)
Part-Time Receptionist & Intake Worker
Communications and Development Coordinator
Amanda lives by the motto “Life is about people, not stuff.” She loves working at Cornerstone because she is able to meet new people and make meaningful connections every day. She considers it a privilege to be part of an organization that believes that all who need help, irrespective of faith, race, gender, lifestyle, or financial ability should have access to affordable mental health care services.