Red Cross Executive Cabinet

The Executive Cabinet is unique to the Red Cross in Saskatchewan. Its purpose is to bring together prominent high-level supporters who endorse the work of the Red Cross, provide strategic perspective to the organization, and assist with expanding corporate and individual support and stewardship.
We extend our thanks to all of our Executive Cabinet volunteers for their time and energies spent to help further the work of the Red Cross.


Dorothy Slawinski, Chair
Dorothy Slawinski is senior specialist in the office of the CEO at Cameco Corporation, headquartered in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Cameco is one of the largest global providers of the uranium fuel used to generate clean electricity in nuclear power plants around the world. In her role, Dorothy works closely with the CEO in all aspects including board and executive communications, community and stakeholder relations, strategy and special project work.
Prior to joining Cameco 25 years ago, Dorothy worked at MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman’s office in Saskatoon, leaving her role of office manager to join Cameco.
Born and raised in Saskatoon and area, a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, Dorothy has over 30 years’ experience in planning and development, quality control, staffing, communications, and strategy.  A passionate community leader and volunteer, Dorothy is currently chair of the Executive Cabinet of the Red Cross in Saskatchewan and member of the Red Gala committee.
Dorothy’s past volunteer roles have included Royal University Hospital Foundation, Gold Medal Plates in support of Canadian Olympians/Paralympians, Saskatoon Community Foundation, Junior Achievement, Telus Cup West Regional, Saskatchewan Lung Association and many connected to Cameco’s community investment programs.
Mo Bundon, Member
Building community and growing businesses is at the core of Mo’s DNA. He is passionate about developing leaders. His biggest privilege is to mentor both executives and first-time employees in business and the non-profit sector.
Mo is the co- founder of Mother Teresa Middle School and the One Life Makes a Difference Foundation. Currently he is member of the University of Regina, Hill Advisory Board and Leaders Council, Canadian Red Cross Executive Cabinet in Saskatchewan and on the boards of the University of Calgary Properties Group and Athol Murray College of Notre Dame.
Aly Bear 
Aly Bear is the third Vice-Chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN), a proud mother to her two daughters, and is a descendant of Dakota, Anishinaabe heritage from the Whitecap Dakota First Nation. The FSIN represents and advocates for 74 First Nations in Saskatchewan and is committed to honoring the spirit, intent, promotion, protection, and implementation of Treaty and Inherent Rights.

Vice-Chief Bear was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 2021 and primary focus as a lawyer has been, and continues to be, revitalizing and implementing traditional Indigenous laws and finding expression for these laws in modern-day Indigenous governance structures.  She developed and applied her legal skills while working for two of Canada's most prolific law firms, Gowling WLG Law Firm's Vancouver office, and with McKercher LLP in Saskatoon. 
Vice-Chief Bear dedicated herself to advance her education attending the University of Saskatchewan, earning a Bachelor's Degree majoring in Sociology and minoring in Indigenous Studies (with distinction).  She obtained her Juris Doctorate from the U of S, College of Law, in 2020.  In addition to her studies, she played a central role as a leader and advocate for Indigenous peoples at the U of S and served as the Vice-President of Indigenous Relations for two consecutive years.  
Steve McLellan, Member
Steve McLellan is the CEO of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, a position he has held since 2007. Prior to that, he held several senior positions in the Saskatchewan business community, mainly in the tourism and hospitality industry.
He has served on dozens of local, provincial and national boards of directors and is currently the Chair of the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina and a member of the Executive Cabinet for the Canadian Red Cross in Saskatchewan.
Steve is a recipient of the several medals including the Senate of Canada medal, Saskatchewan Centennial Medal and the Queen’s Jubilee Medal. He has also been named by Sask Business magazine as one of Saskatchewan’s ‘Men of Influence.’ In 2020, he received his ICD.D from the Institute of Corporate Directors.
A proud graduate of Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Steve received its Alumni Partnership Award in 2015. In 2017, Steve was honored to be a recipient of the Tourism Saskatchewan ‘Builder Award.’
He is active with the Paul J. Hill School of Business ‘Leaders Council’ and finds being engaged with a business school and its students very enjoyable.
As a lifelong resident of Saskatchewan, he understands and firmly believes in the potential that exists in the people and businesses within this province.
Steve and his wife, Heather, have two wonderful children, Thomas and Erin.
Craig Reynolds, Member
Since 2015, Craig Reynolds has been at the helm of one of the nation’s most successful sports franchises, the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club. Reynolds was raised in Foam Lake, Sask., and knows the true meaning of bleeding green after attending many Rider games during his childhood with his family. Following his small-town upbringing, Craig attended Arizona State University then the University of Saskatchewan, where he obtained a Bachelor of Commerce degree with Distinction, and a Masters in Professional Accounting.
Craig brings to the table an extensive business background from his varied personal and business experiences; notably including time as the Riders CFO, helping to guide the organization to financial success with record profits and overseeing the growth of the stabilization fund from $1 million to more than $12 million in five years. He oversaw the operations committee for the 2013 Grey Cup; an event that would go down as one of the most memorable moments in Saskatchewan Roughriders history culminating with the win on home turf. In addition, he was a key player in leading and bringing the vision and living prairie legacy that is new Mosaic Stadium to life.
Craig represents the Riders on the Canadian Football League’s Board of Governors as an Alternate Governor. In addition to his passion for football and the Riders, Craig is an avid community supporter and has the pleasure of serving on the Executive Cabinet for the Canadian Red Cross in Saskatchewan and board of directors for the Globe Theatre. He has been named as one of the province’s brightest young leaders as a member of CBC’s Future 40. Craig has two young children, a son, Noel and a daughter, Neeve.

Kimberly Stonechild, Member
A partner at Lavoie Stonechild Law Office in Prince Albert, Kimberly is passionate about working at a grassroots level for the advancement, economic growth and strengthening of her community. 

Her practice is focused on mediation and litigation, mainly in the areas of child advocacy and children’s law. She represents five First Nation Child Protection Agencies across Southern and Northern Saskatchewan. She has also represented First Nations for negotiations on economic development, gaming, education and lands and resources with the provincial and federal levels of government with a focus on reciprocity and partnership.

She is married to Dane and they have two young daughters. Kimberly describes the elder daughter as an “old-soul, seriously serious girl,” and the younger as “my fun loving, remember to laugh every day” girl.
Tim Loftsgard, Member


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