Reg Robinson

Board Chair

Reg is currently a Managing Principal at Solvera Solutions, one of Western Canada’s fastest-growing information technology and business consulting firms. Reg co-founded the firm over a decade ago and has brought a focus on people and quality service to his executive role.  In addition to Reg’s business and IT career, which has spanned over 30 years, he has been involved with Habitat for Humanity for the past several years and is currently a member of the Board. 

Reg lives in Regina with his wife Sheri-Dawn who, like Reg, is an avid Habitat champion and hands-on volunteer on both local and Global Village projects.  


Gail Lefebvre


 As a passionate believer that everyone deserves a safe and decent place to live, Gail has demonstrated commitment to the Habitat mission. Introduced to Habitat for Humanity through the Global Village (GV) program, Gail is now a regular volunteer on the Regina build site. Gail and her husband Allen trained as GV leaders in 2013 and after participating in an initial 3 GV teams they now actively lead GV teams within Canada and around the world. Through the GV program, Habitat builds have become an integral part of their annual travels.

After a successful career at SaskTel, including senior management positions in marketing and sales support, Gail retired in 2017. In addition to giving back to her community, Gail enjoys spending time with family and friends, cycling, gardening, and travelling.

Gail is honored to expand her involvement with Habitat as a member of the Habitat Regina Board of Directors.


Rick Monsees


Rick is a member of the Habitat for Humanity Regina Board of Directors.  He is a Partner with MNP (formally known as Meyers Norris Penny) and the Leader of Real Estate and Construction, South Saskatchewan.  He believes in the positive impact Habitat for Humanity has on families and the community and is honoured to be part of the organization.  


Boye Adetogun

Boye is a Manager with MNP’s Consulting group. Working out of the Regina office, he helps public sector organizations, private enterprises, not-for-profit organizations and post-secondary institutions achieve their business objectives in a way that aligns with their vision and mission. 


Bruce Anderson

After senior roles in not-for-profit organizations, Bruce became an entrepreneur in 1997, launching and building several businesses. 

He continues as Managing Partner with b-creative group, a management consulting firm specializing in outsourcing, marketing and branding, and strategic/business planning and growth. In 2007, Bruce followed a life-long passion for education and began teaching at the University of Regina. He currently teaches strategy and entrepreneurship classes at the Paul J. Hill School of Business and the Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business.

Bruce has been very active in the community and enjoys working with potential entrepreneurs. 

He is the President of the Institute of Certified Management Consultants of Saskatchewan, serves on the Board of CAA Saskatchewan, and is a Member of Regina’s Council for Entrepreneurial Growth. Bruce is Past Chair of Regina and Saskatchewan Chambers of Commerce. He is also Past Chair of the Saskatchewan Science Centre, and is past Director Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Bruce is a mentor with the Raj Manek Mentorship Program and Futurpreneur Canada.


Rick Burton

Rick became Deputy Minister of Saskatchewan Agriculture, effective July 1, 2016 and has been with the Ministry of Agriculture for over 25 years in various positions. He previously held the position of Assistant Deputy Minister, Policy, since October of 2013, and Assistant Deputy Minister of Regulatory and Innovation, from April 2008 to October 2013. Prior to joining the Deputy Minister’s Office in April 2008, Rick held various positions in the Ministry, including Director for the Crop Development Branch and Director of the Policy Branch.

Rick has a BSA in Agriculture Economics from the University of Saskatchewan and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Regina.  He has completed the Directors Education Program and is a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors. Rick sits on the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation Board of Directors and the Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership Board of Directors. 

Rick was born in Kipling, Saskatchewan, but has lived in Regina for over 25 years.  Rick is married to his wife Anna and they have two sons (Hunter and Lane). 


Jennifer Clark

Jenn is the Executive Director of Skills Training Branch with the Ministry of Immigration and Career Training. She has worked with the public service for over 18 years, the past ten of which were spent with the Ministry of Social Services where she held a number of different roles. Most recently she was the Director, Program Effectiveness for the Disability Programs Division that focused on four key areas of responsibility: strategy and planning, financial management, information management, as well as performance measurement and quality improvement. Prior to this, Jenn was the Director for Strategic Policy Unit and held the lead role for the development of the provincial Disability Strategy, which she refers to as a career highlight because of the opportunities it provided for working horizontally across government, as well as collaborating with community stakeholders and people experiencing disability on a variety of issues including accessibility. 

Jenn has a Master’s degree in Applied Social Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan, a number of professional development certificates and is a enjoys pursuing opportunities for self-directed learning. Her latest interests have been aimed at improving her home renovation skills and can now use a variety of power tools. She looks forward to putting those skills to use by getting involved on the Habitat build sites and giving back to the community. 


Melissa Dobrowolski

Melissa is the Operations Manager at Regina Trades & Skills Centre.  She has a background in safety and holds a National Construction Safety Officer designation.  Having a passion for the construction industry has always been top of mind for Melissa, as she was an apprentice carpenter at one point in her life.  Working closely with Habitat for Humanity Regina with the TASCAP program and projects with the RTSC adult training students has provided her with a commitment to helping people get a hand up. 


Terry Heavisides

Terry is serving as Past Chair of the Habitat for Humanity Regina board of directors. He is Director of Wealth Management at Prairieview Group, Scotia Wealth Management. He has been involved with Habitat for Humanity dating back over 25 years, having participated in his first build as a teenager. Terry strongly believes in the vision of Habitat Regina and in creating the opportunity of homeownership for deserving families. 


Greg Honey

Greg is the Executive Vice-President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Farm Credit Canada (FCC). He is responsible for all aspects of Human Resources at FCC.

Greg has a Bachelors degree in Education and a Masters in Human Resource Development. He is also a graduate of the Hudson Institute of Coaching.

Greg is a past president of the Saskatchewan Association of Human Resource Professionals, and a former board member of the Canadian Council of HR Associations. Greg currently volunteers time to an international organization focused on eliminating hunger in Africa – The One Acre Fund - where he volunteers his time as a leadership and culture coach to the organization and select leaders.


Paul Moroz

In the City of Regina, Paul has played a leading role in the development of major residential projects including Harbour Landing, Wascana View and Lakeridge. As the Development Manager for Daytona Land, his responsibilities include land acquisition, procurement of municipal approvals, land use planning, engineering, construction, surveying, landscaping, legal, marketing and sales. He is a Director and former director of the National, Provincial and Regina Boards of the Canadian Homebuilders Association, and an active member of the CHBA Urban Council think tank. He has earned several awards for his contributions to the homebuilding industry. Paul also sits on the board of the Regina chapter of Habitat for Humanity.  


Graham Topp

  When Graham retired from his position as VP of Operations at WCBSask, he was interested spending his time as a volunteer for local organizations. The combination of his love for building and renovating and his experience in construction trades while he was studying for his Bachelor of Economics led him to volunteer with Habitat Regina. 

Graham started his professional career at SaskTel in marketing, sales and relationship management roles. He then moved to WCBSask, where he was their V.P. Operations, and had a desire to make real, positive impacts on injured workers and their families. He brings this same desire to Habitat Regina, giving families a hand up to break the cycle of poverty through affordable homeownership.