Our Team

The Saskatchewan in motion movement is supported by strategic partner organizations and a team of staff to help inspire action, provide tools and resources and keep us all connected. Saskatchewan in motion is supported by the Community Initiatives Fund as part of a commitment to a sustainable future for Saskatchewan people.

We're hiring!
If you like working with volunteers and communities, check out our posting for a community development coordinator. Deadline for applications is August 16. 

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Cathie Kryzanowski

Executive Director

Cathie Kryzanowski has been paving the way for people (especially kids), to experience the joy of movement for more than 35 years.

Cathie's approach is a unique blend of logic & practicality with a joyful exuberance. She approaches complex problems with a sharp eye for simple solutions.

Cathie was recognized with Queen's Jubilee medals in 2002 and 2012, and, in 2009 as one of Canada's Most Influential Women in Sport and Physical Activity. Her professional and volunteer contributions to the physical activity sector include work with the national Coalition for Active Living, ParticipACTION, City of Regina, YMCA, Boys & Girls Clubs and Active Healthy Kids Canada.

Marnie Forsberg

Manager – Saskatchewan in motion

Marnie Forsberg joined the in motion team on day one and has been tireless in her efforts ever since! Hailing from Eston, Saskatchewan, she embodies a small-town friendly spirit and "get ‘er-done" approach.

In 2018 Marnie was recognized by colleagues as a “Sit Disturber” - a woman making a difference in the lives of children and youth in our province. Marnie is truly our Magician of Mobilization because of her ability to transform a few volunteers to a powerful force for change. In addition to knowing every inch of Saskatchewan highways, Marnie's contributions reach beyond our borders through her contributions to the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport & Physical Activity board of directors, and her leadership on numerous volunteer committees.

Jill McDougall

Office Administrator

Jill McDougall is our own Action Hero! She keeps the in motion office humming. She’s the friendly and helpful voice to our phone calls, e-mails, web requests and needs of the in motion movement. Although her daily to do list is endless and varied, she’ll make you think that she has all the time in the world just for YOU!...

In addition to providing all the "behind the scenes" activities that keep the staff, volunteers and members moving ahead, she provides wisdom and guidance to the in motion strategic and operations plans. Jill has performed her super powers in many organizations including 15 years as assistant to the General Manager of the Saskatchewan Roughriders Football Club.

Julia Frigault

Community Action Specialist

Julia Frigault is the newest member of the in motion team. As a recruit from the University of Ottawa, just finishing up her degree and Master of Arts degree in Human Kinetics, Julia came to Saskatchewan looking for adventure and a chance to work with our amazing communities.

Julia brings with her a passion for community mobilization with a special place in her heart for northern and First Nation communities.

We can’t wait to see where Julia’s wisdom, passion and energy takes us next!

Kim Herperger

Communication Strategist

Kim Herperger is the principal of Strategic Spark Communications – a company she built on her reputation for high quality writing, editing and strategic communication planning.
Saskatchewan in motion is one of Kim’s favorite clients – we must be because she has been guiding, supporting and leading our communications activities for more than 12 years.
Her super powers are her simple, clear and fun writing style and her ability to navigate the emerging world of social media with style and innovation. Under Kim’s direction, in motion is recognized as leading edge in using social media to its full potential.

Kim is a social media junkie, Scrabble fanatic and physical activity advocate who can’t let a day pass without spending at least a half hour reading.