Kristina Crooks

Kristina Crooks

Kristina Crooks

Consulting Services

Kristina Crooks is a Senior Manager in the Indigenous Services Consulting team in Calgary. Kristina has 15 years of experience working with Indigenous communities and organizations across Canada on Indigenous health consulting including governance, community needs assessments, strategic planning, and program development. Kristina has worked on a range of projects and reports involving extensive primary and secondary research, writing and toolkit development. Kristina has a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters in Economic Development.

Kristina has extensive knowledge and experience in the areas of Indigenous Health, economic and community governance, strategic planning, business planning, training, report writing and toolkit development.

With deep knowledge and experience in Indigenous consulting services in health, non-profit, oil and gas, and economic and business development and governance, Kristina develops practical solutions and delivers results for her clients.

Prior to starting her consulting career, Kristina worked with Indigenous communities in Paraguay. Her most recent work experience before joining MNP was as a Program Specialist with Alberta’s Indigenous Business Development Services and as a Consultation Lead with TC Energy.


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