Our Board of Directors
Rolando moved to Fort McMurray in 2006, from Halifax, Nova Scotia, and has been an avid community volunteer since.
Prior to joining Suncor in 2012, Rolando’s work experience includes communications with the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo and roles in other parts of Canada working in project management, business development, evaluation and with a public-policy think tank.
He is an active member of the Wood Buffalo community and currently volunteers on boards and committees including Volunteer Wood Buffalo, Leadership Wood Buffalo (also an alumnus), the Northern Lights Health Foundation TEDxFortMcMurray, Suncor's Performing Arts Centre. He has also been a part of the Wood Buffalo Recreation Society, Social Prosperity's Heart of Wood Buffalo, Big Brothers/Big Sisters Wood Buffalo, the Fort McMurray Public Library and the Wood Buffalo Tobacco Reduction Coalition.
Rolando is married to Nicole Inzunza; an equally avid volunteer and community-minded superstar.
Jeanette has been the Community Branch Manager for ATB Financial in Fort McMurray since 2010. She is passionate about serving her community, leading great people and creating an amazing client experience. Jeanette believes everyone has a responsibility to contribute positively to the communities in which they live and work.
Throughout her career, Jeanette has been active in every community she has lived and worked by coaching sports teams, volunteering on committees and leading boards. A great ambassador for the region, Jeanette has quickly adopted the ‘Big Spirit’ of the community. Since coming to Wood Buffalo, Jeanette has volunteered with Leadership Wood Buffalo, The Keyano College Foundation Board, The Rotary Club of Fort McMurray, TedxFortMcMurray, and ConvergenceYMM and now sits as Chairperson of Volunteer Wood Buffalo. Jeanette is excited to be leading the merger of Volunteer Wood Buffalo, Leadership Wood Buffalo and Nonprofit Sector Link.
Kim Nordbye is currently the manager of community investment at Suncor Energy Inc. In her 16 years at Suncor, Kim has had a variety of roles in regulatory consultation, stakeholder relations and community investment. Currently living in Calgary with her husband and two children, Kim and her family lived in Fort McMurray for nine years. During that time, Kim was seconded by Suncor for two years to be the project manager for Social Prosperity Wood Buffalo. The five-year partnership with the University of Waterloo and stakeholders in the region focused on building capacity in the Wood Buffalo social profit sector through social innovation, collaboration and collective impact. FuseSocial continues to enable the Social Prosperity movement through its current role as a convener, container for change and champion for social innovation in the social profit sector.
Born and raised in British Columbia, Jesse moved to Fort McMurray in 2002 to join Suncor after completing a degree in Mining Engineering. In his time at Suncor, he has held a number of engineering, operations and leadership roles, currently Director of Tailings Engineering. He is excited to contribute his experience with continuous improvement, talent development, change management and organizational effectiveness to the board.
A resident of Wood Buffalo for 15 years, Jesse and his wife have expanded their family to include a french bulldog and two children. He is proud and passionate about this community and is looking forward to serving on the board of FuseSocial