Dave Majeski retired in 2015 following a 47 year career with RBC Royal Bank. His career took him across Canada with assignments in Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Edmonton and included over 20 years in operations and human resources with the balance in corporate/commercial banking. His last posting in Edmonton was Vice President, heading a business group focused primarily on real estate and construction services as well as serving as RBC’s regional leader. In previous roles, he worked in and headed up various other industries, including energy services banking while stationed in Calgary.
In 2013, Dave was honored with a Distinguished Citizen Award by MacEwan University and awarded an Honorary Bachelor Degree. In addition, he obtained his Institute of Corporate Director’s diploma in 2013. In 2015, Dave was recognized by the City of Edmonton for his outstanding contribution to community service and inducted into the Salute to Excellence Hall of Fame.
Dave is an active and dedicated community leader and builder and has previously served as a director on a number of NFP boards. In addition he is a long time chair of the Gold Metal Plates/Canada’s Great Kitchen Party gala as well as serving on a committee supporting various other charities.
In addition to his ongoing support of the community, Dave currently serves as a Director of 4 active businesses, 2 of which are public companies. In addition to director roles, Dave acts as Chairman of the Board for 1 company and Chair, Finance & Audit Committee for a second. He is also honored to serve as a Trustee of the Sawridge Trusts.
Gregory D Krischke BPE, ICD.D
After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in 1975, Greg Krischke joined Air Canada and over the next 17 years worked in operations and sales, including Passenger Sales Manager for Northern Alberta and the NWT. In 1993 when liquor privatized in Alberta, Greg opened and operated a chain of four retail liquor stores over the next 25 years. In 1995 Greg was elected to the Council of the City of Leduc. He served for 22 years including four terms as Mayor.
Greg brings to the board table a variety of skills including financial acumen from large corporation, independent business and regulatory environments, strategic planning, sales and marketing, and extensive knowledge of operating in a regulated environment.
In 2017 Greg was proud to graduate from the University of Toronto - Rotman School of Management, with an Institute of Corporate Directors designation.
Greg has served on many community and NFP boards over the years. Presently, in addition to the Freedom Cannabis Board, he is Chair of the GO Venture Board, a presiding officer of the Municipal Government Board, Vice Chair of the Leduc Golf Club Board and a member on the Leduc Regional Chamber of Commerce Board.