Jennifer Wyness:



  • Bachelor in Kinesiology (minor sociology), University of the Fraser Valley;

  • Diploma of Public Relations, University of Victoria;

  • 15+ years working and managing public recreation facilities (aquatics and recreation);

  • 5+ years working in Public Relations (political campaigns, NGO, Multi- Nationals);

  • 10+ years working in public health and safety (first responders);

  • Offshore sailing Captain (10,000+ miles of offshore sailing experience);

  • College athlete, Soccer (RDC);


Jennifer is always looking for ways to reach out and help others.  She has extensive experience working with non-profits, public health and safety, and in public organizations. Having worked in public services, she has seen firsthand areas for improvement and efficiencies; and ways to provide tax payers better services at lower costs. Jennifer leads her life looking for ways to help others, whether it be through supporting mediation and conflict resolution in Calgary and area schools or helping manage facilities so families have access to essential services. She is passionate about public health and safety and takes an in depth and experienced approach to the opioid epidemic. Jennifer believes that strong management, creativity, and hard work can increase services and reduce costs.


Jennifer has lived in Calgary for 7 years and has established family roots in Calgary. Her grandmother would tell her stories of singing in the grandstand show at the Calgary Stampede, or her uncle in the Rodeo. But whether you are a long standing citizen of this great city or new, Jennifer understands that Calgary is Canada’s City of opportunity. A city where, with hard work, anyone can create the best possible life for them and their family. This is exactly why Jennifer moved to Calgary, and she wants to help you succeed here too.


Jennifer lives in Citadel with her husband Dave, two children and a dog named Doug. She enjoys hiking in the Rockies and cross country skiing.