Nora Molina, Executive Director
Nora Molina brings a wealth of experience to her role as an accomplished non-profit leader. With notable positions such as Executive Director at the Human Resources Institute of Alberta and the Centre for Newcomers, as well as founding Chief Operating Officer at Technology Helps, Nora has demonstrated her commitment to serving the community. Her five-year tenure as the Director of Career Services at the University of Calgary further solidified her dedication to supporting undergraduates and graduates from all disciplines.
In addition to her professional endeavors, Nora is deeply involved in volunteer work, contributing her time and expertise to various organizations such as Heart & Stroke and JDRF. She has also served on numerous boards overseeing childcare, housing, social programs, alumni, and museums, including a leadership role as Board Chair for The Hangar Flight Museum. Nora’s contributions to the community were recognized in 2017 when she received the Authentic Leader award from the Universal Women’s Network, honoring her as a Woman of Inspiration.
Nora’s personal connection to ARBI’s mission is profound, as three generations of her family have been impacted by stroke. This firsthand experience fuels her passion for supporting ARBI’s vital work in neurorehabilitation. Nora holds two degrees from the University of Calgary: an MBA from the Haskayne School of Business and a BA in Communications Studies.