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Our Team

Meet Our Executive Team

Akash Asif


Akash graduated from the University of Calgary in 2015 where he completed a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Science degree which specialized in psychology. Currently, Akash is a Master of Public Policy Candidate at the University of Calgary.

The passion for making a positive impact on the community allowed Akash in the past to develop a volunteer onboarding system with the Canadian Diabetes Association. In addition, Akash has been a part of various university volunteer initiatives with a focus on leadership, such as mentoring students and managing student clubs. For SupportWorks, Akash is responsible for developing strategic partner relations with other organizations.

Stacy Greanya


Stacy has been working in the Property Management field since 2003, first as a Property Accountant and then as Property Revenue Analyst. Prior to that she was the co-owner of a successful company and small retail store.

She was one of the founders of SupportWorks, that started originally as a Meet Up group, but she wanted to ensure that people had a more tangible way to connect to others and SupportWorks was born. Stacy’s current responsibilities are managing the daily financial operations of the organization. Stacy enjoys photography, specifically nature and birds in their natural habitat, she finds it peaceful, solitary and heartwarming.

Haley Wilson


Haley is an alumni of the University of Calgary, where she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in Biological Sciences. Haley has focused her studies on researching the social determinants of healthcare, with a particular interest in the realm of mental health. While completing her undergraduate degree, Haley became involved in many volunteer initiatives with local organizations such as the Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) and Alberta Health Services.

In addition to her position on the Board of Directors at SupportWorks, where she is responsible for managing the facilitation of peer-support groups and human resources, Haley is an Emergency Department volunteer at South Health Campus. Haley enjoys spending her spare time in the mountains, hiking or snowboarding, and taking care of her highly energetic American Pit-Bull Terrier. In the future, Haley hopes to attend Medical School to continue her passion for helping others.