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Kris Zemlak

Chief HR Officer

Kris Zemlak is the Chief Human Resource Officer for AiMHi. She likes to describe her career at AiMHi is being “born and raised at AiMHi.” This would include diverse areas of accountability from serving as a Manager in direct care services, to Program Director, to Human Resources Director, and currently to Chief Human Resources Officer. This vast experience within the agency enhances her ability to provide oversight in so many areas, but always recognizing “people are people” and how important a healthy culture is for everyone!

Kris will describe herself as an amateur athlete, as her extracurricular activities include lots of physical activity to support a balanced lifestyle. Kris participates in organized food campaigns for those in need on the streets of Prince George and an organizer of “adopt a senior” with a group of friends. Her mission is to find ways to help out others by bringing warmth and comfort to their lives. The philosophy on how she manages her own life align with the agency’s mission statement, and that is why she has been at AiMHi for over 35 years. She is proud of her contributions to the agency and proud of what the agency stands for.

Her staff would describe her as one who plays a vital role in maintaining the unity among everyone and a passionate humanitarian. Kris is someone you can always count on and consistently finds solutions to the everyday problems that arise in the office. Her genuine concern and compassion for others is clearly visible. She embraces the strengths of everyone and shows compassion in everything she does. She will not only talk-the-talk, but will walk-the-walk. She shows us how to be proud of what we have accomplished and that there is no limit to working for the better. She has pure intentions on bettering the world!

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We at AiMHi acknowledge and are grateful to be working and learning on the unceded ancestral lands of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation, McLeod Lake Indian band and the Wet'suwet'en nation. We honor and respect their enduring stewardship of the lands, recognizing their ongoing connection to the territories, its resources, and their rich cultural heritage.