Tasina is a Mover & Shaker, Indigenous Veteran and member of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation – Chiniki Band
Jeff is the creative director of Local Propeller, a Calgary based web and graphic design agency. He built and maintains the Leftovers website.
Nathan is an associate at McCarthy Tetrault’s Business Law Group in Calgary.
Lindsay is the Co-Owner and Founder of Ollia Macaron & Tea, a specialty shop in Calgary, Alberta. Her business is a proud donor and supporter of Leftovers.
Julie is the author or co-author of 10 best-selling cookbooks, is a food editor and columnist for newspapers and magazines across Canada, and the weekly food columnist on the Calgary Eyeopener on CBC Radio One.
Chef Dean is a Certified Chef de Cuisine and a Certified Personal Chef. Dean has worked with the Calgary Stampede, private golf & country clubs in Calgary and is the owner of Saffron Personal Chef Services. Dean has a passion for cooking and giving back to the community.
Tony Tighe has been a familiar face and trusted name in Calgary Broadcasting for over 30 years. He’s been a news reporter, investigative journalist, consumer advocate and news anchor. After retiring, Tony continues to provide media relations advice and training as a consultant and as a volunteer.