Stephanie brings incredible passion and skill to The Wilberforce Project and our pro-life cause. Completing her Bachelor of Commerce degree with honours from the University of Saskatchewan, she is equipped with a keen eye for business and, luckily for us, she wants to utilize those skills in service to a ministry she believes in. Stephanie is passionate about defending the dignity of all human life and believes success in this area requires both public education and political action. She strives for excellence in all areas of her life, and that is certainly evident in the many initiatives she has led; working to equip, unite and propel the pro-life cause in Alberta. Stephanie started work with The Wilberforce Project in 2011 and has recently return after, what she calls "Her greatest promotion yet - 'Mom'." We are happy to welcome Stephanie back on board.
Director of Activism and Political Strategy
Cameron has a BA in History with a minor in political science from the University of Calgary. He has a lot of experience in political operations and campaigns, most recently managing a canvassing project in the last federal election. He has been an intern with the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform as well as the Population Research Institute. Cameron has volunteered with The Wilberforce Project for several years and we are so grateful to have him join our team of dedicated staff.
Dale Bullock - President
Dale has been involved with the pro-life movement since the early 1970's. He helped organize one of the first pro-life groups in Saskatchewan. Dale has served as a Rural Municipality Councilor, School Board Trustee, President of a School Council, Chairperson and President of many parish councils and as a skilled Coach on many sports teams. Dale is currently the president of Edson Action for Life. He is thankful for the support of his wonderful wife Lorranine and the gift of their 6 grown children
Walter Kubitz Q.C. - Director
Walter has been a lawyer since 1988. He has extensive experience in litigation, negotiation and judicial and private mediation. Walter has served as the President of the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association and as the President of the Canadian Bar Association, Personal Injury Section. He has served on numerous boards and other volunteer positions. He regularly mentors other lawyers and has spoken or taught at legal conferences.
Nancy Barton - Director
Nancy serves on TWP's board from High River, Alberta. She is a recent addition to our board and we appreciate the enthusiasm she brings.
Patrice Roussel – Director