Leadership Team

Dr. Ann-Marie Reddy
President & CEO
Dr. Ann-Marie Reddy is a life-long learner with a passion for education. Graduating from the University of Winnipeg in 2001 with a BA, she went on to complete her MBA in 2009 and defended by dissertation in 2014, and graduated with distinction with a Doctorate of Business, specializing in Strategy and Innovation. With over 25 years of experience working in multiple roles in the financial industry across Canada with Lloyds Bank, HSBC, CIBC, First Canadian Title, and Genworth Canada, she transitioned into the entertainment and conference industry as Vice President of Business Development for Northlands. From there she moved to Lions Gate Marketing as Vice President Western Canada and is now proud to be part of the Habitat for Humanity Edmonton family as their President and CEO.
Daryl Hahn
Chief Financial Officer
Daryl is a CPA, CMA who holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta. Designated in 1996, his career has progressed from being a controller of a mid-sized Edmonton based public company to being the Director of Planning and Analysis for the Canadian division of a large multi-national company. Daryl has a proven track record in partnering with key stakeholders with a view to using strong financial acumen to drive business results. Prior to officially joining Habitat Edmonton in an official capacity in April 2013, Daryl held the position of Director of Financial Services in a volunteer capacity in the fall of 2011, leading to his being awarded the 2012 Business Leadership & Strategic Achievement in Not-for-Profit award from CMA Alberta.
Jim Kjorlien
Director of Construction
Jim has been in the construction industry for the past 41 years. He began as a carpenter and led framing crews for the first 10 years, framing homes throughout Alberta and as far as Vancouver. In 1990 he started Ascot Homes, serving the areas of Fort Saskatchewan and Sherwood Park until 2006. Throughout his career he has worked on many unique projects including large executive homes, log homes and community halls. He has consulted to two major home builders’ building programs, helping them troubleshoot several areas. He has always enjoyed teaching and helping others and is proud to have joined the Habitat Edmonton team in the spring of 2012.
Amber Lachambre
Director of Retail Strategy and Environmental Sustainability
Amber joined Habitat for Humanity Edmonton in May of 2020, and is excited to use her 20 years of retail experience and passion for sustainability to lead Habitat Edmonton’s social enterprise, ReStore. She spent over 15 years at FGL Sports where she held roles in purchasing, marketing, and store operations for Sport Chek and Atmosphere. She also spent time as the director of purchasing at a regional streetwear chain, the director of sales and marketing for a media and events company, and as an independent consultant for ethical lifestyle brands such as Poppy Barley and Rocky Mountain Soap Company. She is a marketing graduate from NAIT’s school of business administration.
Larissa Fadish
Director, Human Resources and Volunteer Services
Larissa is Habitat’s Director of Human Resources and Volunteer Services. She is developing policies to ensure standardization and equity among employees and volunteers. She balances her time at Habitat by supporting the Board of Directors with their numerous initiatives. Larissa is a driven and passionate individual with over 25 years of healthcare experience, 10 of which have contributed to continuous improvement and best practices that influence HR strategies, policies and procedures. Larissa is proactive in problem-solving and effective in balancing the competing interests of multiple stakeholders while supporting objectives and strategic direction. Larissa is a candidate member of the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources (Alberta).
Kyle Keller
Communications Officer
Kyle is a PR and communications specialist with nearly 20 years of experience in the not-for-profit sector. Kyle has spent the past 13 years building the communications program at Habitat Edmonton while working towards a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. He is responsible for developing communication strategies that help advance Habitat’s presence and impact in communities across northern Alberta. Kyle has a Bachelor of Religious Education (Honours) and graduated with distinction from Grant MacEwan’s Professional Writing program. He has an astute understanding of the charitable sector, and has spent his career building and executing effective programs. He is a proud husband, father, and dog enthusiast.