Teri Fikowski - Class of 2007

Teri is a reporter, videographer, and producer at CTV News Calgary. She has worked as a journalist for more than a decade and has been recognized nationally and internationally for her storytelling. Recently, she travelled overseas with Journalists for Human Rights in Tanzania, where she worked alongside local reporters to expose human rights violations and government corruption. Teri graduated with honours from the Broadcast News Program at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology and earned a Communications Degree from the University of Calgary. When she’s not chasing the news, you can find her in her happy place, skiing in the Alberta Rockies.

Arden Styles - Class of 1991

Arden is currently Chief Commercial Officer at CEGEN Environmental Group, which is globally recognized and has won numerous industry awards. His interests include making a dent in the universe, fitness, and reading. He is also the proud parent of two children, a 5-year-old-son and a 3-year-old daughter.

Jocelyn (Wolfe) Bucholtz - Class of 2009

Jocelyn completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Western Ontario and a Master’s degree in International Public Policy at University College London in the UK. Today, Jocelyn works in fund development for the United Way of Calgary & Area, a local charity that helps Calgarians by building a great city for everyone. It was at WIC that she developed an interest in public policy and the social services sector, which she continues to pursue through her role at United Way. She works to connect local philanthropists with transformational opportunities to help students succeed, people overcome poverty, and build strong communities.

Fraser Abbott - Class of 1987

Fraser has long been a champion for building opportunities in our city and recently joined Tourism Calgary as Director of Business Development after working in the hospitality sector for over 30 years. In his new role, Fraser seeks out innovators to host international conferences, helping to create immediate impact on the YYC hospitality sector, but also to advance economic opportunities and legacy outcomes. He encourages everyone to get involved in their communities and invites others to have a seat at the table.  Fraser is married to Christa and is raising two great teenagers. He enjoys music, golf, skiing, hiking, travel, and family gatherings.