Our team

Dedicated & Heroic

Kim Engbrecht, BSc. Psych, B.A. Soc, C.C.P.

Executive Director

Kimberley Engbrecht, B.Sc. Psych, B.A. Soc, C.C.P. (Certified Coach Practitioner) and winner of the 2017 Soroptimist International “Making a Difference for Women Award” has successfully worked and supported thousands of women caught in addiction, domestic violence, self-harm, suicide, mental illness and life crises. She has an incredible gift of insight, compassion and fortitude for bridging seemingly insurmountable mountains between people and their families and building sustainable life-long healing communities.

Today, Kim is a proud adoring wife and mother of five children who she calls her heroes. Kim does public speaking at universities, camps, schools, conferences and various churches. She is also basketball coach, player and avid supporter of using sport as a vehicle to healing.

“Blessings have been endless and I have been brought full-circle with a life restored and a sense of self-respect that I never before felt worthy of.”i

Gail Reiss, C.C.P.

Certified Life Coach Practitioner

Gail enjoys the quick change of pace that everyday new day can bring and feels truly blessed to be a part of the Narrow Road Team. Gail is a Certified Life Coach Practitioner and has been working at the Narrow Road for the last three years. Before joining the Narrow Road Team, she wore many hats such as a Dietary Technician, Aerobic Instructor, Medical Receptionist, Occupational Therapy Assistant for elementary children, and now a Certified Life Coach Practitioner.

Marg Cumberlin

Rev. Margaret R. Cumberlin

Rev. Margaret R. Cumberlin served in the capacity of Children’s Pastor and then Pastor of Pastoral Counselling & Community Ministries at South Calgary Community Church for 22 years. In 1990, she was the first female pastor to be ordained in the North American Baptist Conference. After her retirement in 2010, Marg was given the honour and title of Pastor Emeritus, South Calgary Community Church. She is the first female in the North American Baptist conference to receive this designation. Marg and husband Bill have been married for 52 years. They have two daughters and six granddaughters. Marg clearly states her family is her greatest joy this side of heaven.

Kathy Nelson

Certified Life Coach Practitioner

My heart needed time to strengthen after the tragedy of losing our only child in 2011, and God knew when my heart was ready and would show me the way to step forward. In Gods perfect timing The Narrow Road Home was brought to my attention. October 2015 I came onboard at NRH to be Spiritual and Emotional support and to come alongside and show women a God who can bring healing, comfort, hope and walk the journey with them. God is good and He is good all the time! Isaiah 40:31 They that shall wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not be faint.

Sherri Tanner

Certified Life Coach Practitioner

As a local business owner/operator for the past nine years, I feel dedicated to our community and the people who live here. I really believe that by encouraging and embracing each other we can build a stronger future together. I look forward to focusing my attention on bringing the community together through programs and co-ordinating projects with the Narrow Road Home. I have recently completed the Life Coaching program through the Certified Coaches Federation (CCF) which I’ve added to my past experiences in facilitating programs such as, the Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (S.T.E.P.) and being a graduate of the True Connections/Inside Out Leadership program. My true desire is to help and encourage women to be all that they can be.

Brittany Legault

Program Manager

Coming Soon

Advisory Team

Judy McMillan-Evans

M.Ed.

Judy has 30 years’ experience in training entrepreneurs and business managers in all aspects of business operations, as well as, 38 years’ experience training and coaching nonprofit leadership.Judy has been a community volunteer all of her adult life and provided leadership and coaching to a long list of organizations. Her work and experiences in this field have been very colourful, rewarding and often challenging.

Cathy Couey

High River Town Councillor

Cathy has been the Fund Development and Communications Officer for the High River District Health Care Foundation since 1999, raising funds to support local health care. Cathy has been involved in a variety of groups over the years including High River Minor and Junior Lacrosse, Meals on Wheels, the High River Homecoming Committees, school parent councils and the Little Britches Organizing Committee. In 2013 she felt compelled to contribute to our community’s recovery. It has been her privilege to be elected to serve the community of High River as a Councillor for two terms.

Bruce Masterman

Journalist

Bruce Masterman, a High River writer and author, is proud to partner with Narrow Road Home to offer its clients writing classes called Celebrating Nature in Words. He also sits on the Narrow Road Home Advisory Team. Bruce’s weekly sessions will help you find the right words to describe the beauty and solace of nature while taking a gentle and creative approach to healing.

Annette Stanwick

BScN

Speaker, Author, Freedom Facilitator, Health Care Professional, Coach and Leadership Consultant. Annette Stanwick shares profound learnings as a result of several life altering experiences that have equipped her for inspiring, encouraging and uplifting others from all walks of life and all types of backgrounds.

After the tragic murder of her brother in the US, she never dreamed she would feel led to publicly forgive his killers in the courtroom. That experience was so profound and life-changing, she developed a passion to help others let go of their painful situations – regardless of how simple or horrible those situations might be

Clay Stanwick

BSc, BA

With degrees in Agriculture and Religion, Clay Stanwick has decades of experience as a cattle rancher, agriculture teacher in Ethiopia and as a church pastor in eastern and western Canada. As an educator, counselor and pastor, his greatest joy and influence comes in encouraging and guiding individuals in finding freedom and peace through their relationship with Jesus Christ.

Darrel Janz

CTV News Anchor

For 12 years, from 2002 – 2014, Darrel served on the board of Health Partners International of Canada, a Christian medical relief agency that provides medical aid in 64 countries in the developing world with a special emphasis on mother-child health. Darrel was born on a farm in Saskatchewan and graduated from Saskatchewan Teachers College in Regina in 1961. He entered broadcasting July 1, 1962 at CFAM Radio in Altona, Manitoba. Over the next 50 years he has been well known TV News Anchor in Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Montreal, London, and Calgary.