Meet the Team
We are a small team dedicated to ensuring all Alberta workers' rights are respected. We are experts at what we do - Helping workers.
Interim Executive Director
Carolyn has spent over a decade working in the areas of non-profit, disability casework, education, and government grants. She holds an MA from the University of Victoria, and started at the WRC in 2017.
Taylor McMullen joined the WRC on a full-time basis as Intake Coordinator in August, 2018. Taylor holds a Master of Arts in International Relations, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Taylor has worked in the Labour movement, and was instrumental in assisting with the passing of Bill 23 while working at the Calgary and District Labour Council.
Megan joined WRC in April of 2019 as Intake Coordinator, moving into a full time Caseworker role in early 2020. As caseworker, Megan assists Alberta workers in navigating the benefits and appeal systems available to them under the Government legislation. Megan brings a breadth of experience to this role including experience from various industries such as: photojournalism, magazine and newspaper media, sales, marketing, oil & gas, insurance benefits administration, revenue management and real estate.
Public Legal Educator
Candace has been with the Workers’ Resource Centre since January 2010. Candace has a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Calgary, and she completed a practicum with the WRC prior to being offered the Public Legal Educator position.
Jessica joined WRC in July 2021 as a Caseworker. Jessica holds a previous degree in Political Science and Community Development as well as a Bachelor's of Social Work. Jessica is currently in the process of getting her Masters's of Social Work from the University of Waterloo. Jessica has previous experience with the provincial government and working for non-profits in the Calgary area.
Zoe joined the WRC in July 2021 and holds a Bachelor of Arts. She is formally educated within the realms of addiction, mental health, and social issues. She has spent the last 8 years working with a variety of marginalized communities, which include immigrants, refugees, people with developmental disabilities, people with mental health issues, people in active addiction, and people who are experiencing chronic homelessness. Zoe is strong advocate regarding social policy, and has spoken on both provincial and national panels about policy reform.