Executive Search Firm in Calgary, Canada

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Christine Fisher

Global Practice Leader,
Natural Resources and Energy
and Managing Director
c.fisher@stantonchase.com

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Ward Garven

Managing Director
w.garven@stantonchase.com

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Suite 685, 404 6th Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta T2P 0R9
Canada

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Phone: +1 403-262-6780
Email: w.garven@stantonchase.com

About the office

Stanton Chase is one of the largest global executive search firms in the world. We are known for our fast, quality delivery and retention of the right executive talent anywhere in the world. We achieve high quality results because we have uniquely combined a global footprint with superior local service and deep industry and market knowledge.

Stanton Chase Calgary serves the Northwest Americas with experience from most industries in the region including Energy and Natural Resources, Industrial, Financial Services, Technology and Non-Profit. We are a proactive, strategic partner for our clients and have an outstanding track record of delivery due to our agility, client focus, seamless service delivery and dedication to high quality results.

We offer our clients a comprehensive knowledge of our local market and global access to market research and talent. Our own entrepreneurial spirit allows us to be more responsive to our clients, wherever they need us.

Supporter of Habitat for Humanity

Stanton Chase in Calgary is proud to provide financial support to Habitat in their efforts to build strength, stability and self-reliance for families right here in Calgary and Southern Alberta.

Habitat for Humanity is an international, non-governmental and non-profit organization founded in 1976. Habitat has been devoted to building safe and affordable housing all over the world. Habitat has helped more than 6.8 million people construct, rehabilitate or preserve more than 800,000 homes since its founding in 1976. Habitat for Humanity broke ground on its first home in Canada in 1985.

The Habitat homeownership model empowers families by providing a hand-up, not a hand-out. Through volunteer labour and donations of money and materials, Habitat builds and rehabilitates safe, affordable houses alongside partner families. Habitat homes are sold to partner families with no down-payment, no-interest mortgages. The monthly mortgage payments go into a revolving fund, which is used to build more homes for more families.

Broken Earth

Stanton Chase in Calgary is proud to provide financial support to Team Broken Earth in Calgary to represent Canada in the best way we know how – by helping those who need it most.

Team Broken Earth is committed to a sustained medical relief effort in Haiti to help rebuild and reinforce the healthcare system in one of the poorest countries in the western world.

Team Broken Earth is a volunteer task force composed of physicians, nurses, and physiotherapists from across Canada committed to delivering and improving healthcare in Haiti.

The team was initially assembled to support the relief effort in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake that left the people of Haiti in dire need of medical assistance. From this extensive frontline experience, Team Broken Earth determined that the people of Haiti needed a sustained medical relief effort to help rebuild the country’s healthcare system and create sustainability through education of Haitian people and health care professionals. Teams treat patients, providing acute care to the people of Haiti, but also work with Haitian medical professionals to train and upskill them in best practices, and educate the Haitian people on matters of public health.

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