Troy is currently City Councillor for Ward 4 in the city of Saskatoon. Troy is also the Director of Public Relations for MD Ambulance Care in Saskatoon as well. He is a graduate of SIAST and University of Saskatchewan. Troy has been working as an Advanced Care Paramedic for 21 years and also acts as Saskatoon’s Heart Safe Coordinator installing cardiac defibrillators throughout the City of Saskatoon. Having a very strong role in the community paid off when Troy / MD Ambulance won the 2007 SABEX award for Community Involvement. Troy was the Vice President of the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce in 2012, and currently sits on several Boards in the City of Saskatoon. Troy received the 2006 Stars of Life Award, and the Governor’s General Award for his role in enhancing EMS in Saskatchewan. Troy and his wife Nicole own a salon in downtown Saskatoon that has been in operation since May 2005 with 9 full time staff. Troy, Nicole, and their daughter Kenzie love living in Saskatoon!
Scott is currently employed with DGI Supply as a Technical Sales Rep and has been there since 2006. Scott was born and raised in the city of Saskatoon and still resides there with his family. Scott has been actively involved in the community for many years and has coached both of his kids in hockey and ringette over the last 13 years. Having been through the health care system with his son’s own experience, Scott would like to give back and help other kids in any way to ensure that they have what they need for whatever situation they are dealing with. Scott has also been on the Board of Directors at the Rodd Hamm Memorial Arena for the last 5 years.
Jason has been the Manager of Corporate Sales & Sponsorship at Prairieland Park Corporation since 2007. Jason grew up in Saskatoon, and is a graduate of both Walter Murray Collegiate and the University of Saskatchewan. Jason is married and has two sons that are active in various sports. Jason is also a member of the Off The Leash Luncheon Committee that organizes an annual fundraiser to benefit the U of S men’s Huskie hockey scholarship program. Jason volunteered for the 2010 World Junior Hockey Championships and the 2013 CIS University Cup. Jason is proud to be a founding member of the Synergy 8 Community Builders, and enjoys giving back to the community he grew up in.
Yorkton area raised, Rob moved to Saskatoon in 1990 and has since made it his home. After a brief time in retail, and some time at the U of S, Rob found himself at the Patricia Hotel as a beverage room manager. He was recruited by the Great Western Brewing Company as a sales representative, spent some time with North Ridge Developments as Sales Manager, and has enjoyed nearly 18 years of success in the radio industry with Rawlco Radio and Harvard Broadcasting. Rob has now joined NSC Minerals as an account executive. He and his wife, Starla, are quite active with their 2 young sons. Rob remains active with golf, and is happy to give back to the community where he has found success!
A resident of Saskatoon for the last 26 years, Trent was raised in Yorkton, and moved to Saskatoon to pursue post secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan. After successfully obtaining a Bachelor of Commerce degree and his Chartered Accounting designation, Trent moved on to PotashCorp, where he currently works as the Director of Accounting at the company headquarters located in downtown Saskatoon. Having established himself in his career, Trent wants to spend more time helping out others who aren’t as fortunate. With two beautiful daughters in the family, focusing on helping kids is a priority for Trent. “As a father, when you see kids that need help, it tears you up and you ask yourself, what if that was my child, how far would I go to get them the assistance they need. Joining Synergy 8 was an easy decision for me because of the group’s mandate to improve the lives of children in our community”. Trent, his wife and two daughters, love living in Saskatoon and are proud to give back to the community that has been very good to them.
Craig is currently the Director – Business Sales & Solutions for SaskTel where he has worked in various capacities since 1988 in Regina, Yorkton and finally settling here in Saskatoon. Craig has been involved in a number of nonprofit, community events and charity organizations ranging from the Victoria Park Summer Festival as a Director for three years, AVP Sales and Marketing for the World Junior Hockey Championships, Board member of the Saskatchewan Open for the first 2 years, Past President of the Board for Saskatoon Crime Stoppers, Director of Sales for the 2013 Memorial Cup Hockey Championships and a number of other volunteer positions over the years. Craig is an avid golfer, enjoys curling, squash and family vacations somewhere warm. Craig is married and has two grown children who all enjoy living in Saskatoon and having the opportunity to give back to the community.
Randy Singler is a lifetime resident of Saskatoon, where he enjoyed growing up and playing sports in the community. During the last eight years he has pursued a career in Real Estate in Saskatoon. Randy has been awarded top honours for his accomplishments in assisting his clients with their real estate portfolios. Randy and his wife Sherri are now the owners of Coldwell Banker Rescom Realty in Saskatoon, and part owners in Windows and Doors Direct. His past endeavours also include owning a local Home Inspection Company, and working in the heating and cooling trade with the University of Saskatchewan for 19 years. Randy is dedicated to giving back to the community by sitting on The Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation and the Idea's Inc Board of Directors and loves to participate in events to help growth and development in the community.
After Graduating from Walter Murray Collegiate in 1999 Adam decided to stay in the city in which he was borne and raised to attend the University of Saskatchewan. After four years of University Adam was hired with Enterprise Rent-A-Car in their Management Trainee program. Eight years later Adam is still with Enterprise and currently holds the position of Tri-Brand Area Manager. Adam is very involved in Saskatoon and communities across the Province. Currently in his 5th year as an Auxiliary Constable; Adam Volunteers many hours working with RCMP Detachments around the Province to help in general duty patrols and fostering relationships between the RCMP and the communities in which they serve. Adam has also volunteered with the Nokia Brier, World Junior Volleyball championships, The Juno Awards, Sat on three Children’s Health and Hospital Foundation event committees and currently sits on the board of directors for Saskatoon Crime Stoppers. In addition to Adam’s volunteer efforts he is also involved with the Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce, Business Network International and is a member of the Jubilee investment Club
Andrew is the Deputy Chief of Operations at MD Ambulance Care in Saskatoon. He has been with the company for 20 years and is a graduate of the Advanced Care Paramedic Diploma program at SIAST. Andrew is the recipient of the Saskatchewan Centennial Medal as well as the Governor Generals Medal for Exemplary Service. He is an Alumni of the 2012 Leadership Saskatoon program, to which he credits his strengths in collaboration and respect for diversity. Andrew has dedicated his career to serving his community and advancing EMS in Saskatchewan. He has served in a support role with Synergy 8 since the 2009 campaign and is pleased to join the team as a board member in 2016. Andrew and his wife Cassandra have two children and are pleased to call Saskatoon their home.