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Dianne Conlon

Senior Vice-President, Human Resources

Responsibilities:
Leads human resources and administration teams

Career began: 1994
At Greystone: 2014

Previous experience:
Vice-President of Human Resources, Vice-President & Senior HR Business Partner of U.S. Human Resources, Assistant Vice-President of Human Resources, Senior Human Resources Consultant, Manulife Financial/John Hancock

Education:
Advanced Program in Human Resources Management, University of Toronto

Location: Regina

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Greystone’s sense of service extends far into the communities in which we live and work. We believe each of us as employees, and collectively as a firm, should reinvest a portion of the benefits we personally receive from living our lives here.

Dianne Conlon
Senior Vice-President, Human Resources


Regina

Greystone teams challenge peers to go the extra mile for Regina Palliative Care

Greystone teams challenge peers to go the extra mile for Regina Palliative Care

Several Greystone teams take part in the annual ‘Tour de Lumsden’ fundraising event racing through the Lumsden valley (south central Saskatchewan), in support of programs and services offered at Regina Palliative Care and Greystone Bereavement Centre. Since the fundraising initiative started, Greystone’s efforts have helped contribute to support Regina Palliative Care programs and services within Saskatchewan. Thank you to all the riders, and volunteers for this event.

For more information on the Regina Palliative Care and Greystone Bereavement Centre, please visit www.rpci.org

Winnipeg

Greystone Investmuds raise over $10,000 for the Manitoba CancerCare Foundation

Greystone Investmuds raise over $10,000 for the Manitoba CancerCare Foundation

Mud Hero Winnipeg is a huge event as more than 3500 individuals competed on a 6 km obstacle course to raise money for the Manitoba CancerCare Foundation.

The Greystone Investmuds team display exemplary team spirit on and off the course and were recognized as the top fundraising team for this event in 2015. Congratulations to all event organizers and participants. Greystone’s Winnipeg Mud Heroes are looking forward to next event!

For more information on the Manitoba CancerCare Foundation, please visit www.cancercarefdn.mb.ca.

Toronto

Greystone tribe looks to Outsmart, Outplay & Outpledge the competition in Toronto

Greystone tribe looks to Outsmart, Outplay & Outpledge the competition in Toronto

Exile Island is a fundraising event created and organized by The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada. Greystone is amongst 10 tribes that are paired with a wish child and tasked with raising $10,000 to grant their child’s wish.

Tribes will be exiled for the day and will take part in a variety of mental and physical challenges to determine who will be crowned the winners. In 2016 Greystone took the honour of raising the most donations for this event more than doubling the goal that was tasked upon them.

For more information: www.childrenswish.ca.

Donations & Sponsorship

As at Sep 30, 2017.

Past Areas of Support

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For further information, please contact:

Shannon Herschmiller, Office Manager
300 Park Centre, 1230 Blackfoot Drive
Regina, SK S4S 7G4
shannon.herschmiller@greystone.ca

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