Here is a list of SCA staff members and contractors, and their contact information:
Raya Zuzak, Finance
Tracey Quiring, Program Officer
Tracey joined SCA as our Program Officer in November 2018.
Born and raised in rural Saskatchewan, co-ops have been a part of Tracey’s life from the start. A member of her local co-ops, she understands the value in promoting and supporting co-operatives.
Tracey has extensive experience working with youth, primarily through Girl Guides of Canada. At Girl Guides of Canada, she worked, in part, developing year-round camping experiences for girls aged 5-18. For over 15 years, Tracey served in roles including District Commissioner, provincial camp Co-Chair, and Contact Guider, as well as working for several years in the Girl Guides of Canada office in a Member Support role. Prior to working with Girl Guides, she ran a day home, and worked for the Assiniboia Economic Development Authority.
Tracey holds a Business Certificate from SIAST Moose Jaw, with a focus on accounting, business communications, and marketing.
Tracey has two daughters and can be found playing at the park with them or baking treats for the neighbors. As a member of Kin Canada, Tracey believes in the power of volunteerism and community service. She spends her spare time helping serve her community’s greatest needs with her Kinsmen and Kinette family.
Danika Dinko, Exexutive Director
Danika began her co-operative career with the United Farmers of Alberta in their management training program. She then returned to Manitoba and joined Twin Valley Co-op in a sales and agronomy role. She then moved to the credit union system, and prior to her return to university in 2018, she managed four branches at Fusion Credit Union in south-western Manitoba.
Danika graduated Mount Royal University with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Honours. Her research project, entitled “Understanding the Dynamics of Member Loyalty and Commitment: The Co-operative Advantage,” was selected for presentation at a national undergraduate research conference in 2022.
An engaged community volunteer, Danika was an executive member of the Manitoba 4-H Council, a presenter of financial literacy and life skills programs for Junior Achievement Canada, and a co-developer of Changent YYC, a Calgary youth summer camp. She is an avid curler.
Danika became Executive Director of SCA in May, 2022 and looks forward to connecting with SCA members, stakeholders and community leaders.