Introducing Greg Brandenbarg

Get to know the new McCauley Revitalization Coordinator.

  • Greg Brandenbarg. Supplied

The McCauley Neighbourhood Revitalization Steering Committee would like to welcome Greg Brandenbarg to McCauley as the new City of Edmonton McCauley Revitalization Coordinator. Greg only joined the City in January 2019. Previously, he worked in the non-profit sector in community development (CD), most recently with Action for Healthy Communities. Greg has specialized in CD that is asset-based, place-based, and participatory. He has also worked in conflict resolution and community economic development/micro-financing aspects of CD, both in Canada and abroad. Part of his international residential CD work included seven years in West Africa. Greg also has worked with Abundant Community Edmonton (ACE) since its inception.

Greg is married to a great woman and they have three young adult kids in three different Edmonton universities. For 26 years they have lived in Virginia Park (east of Cromdale) – just two blocks from Concordia University. He has been very involved with his neighbourhood for years. Greg is very happy to be working in McCauley as he has passed through the neighbourhood, usually on bike, almost every day he has lived in Edmonton. His favourite restaurants are in McCauley, his favourite gym is here, they buy a lot of groceries in McCauley, and he says their kids know that getting their family Christmas gifts from McCauley vendors is always a great idea, convenient, and appreciated.

The Revitalization Steering Committee is excited to be able to work with Greg in our neighbourhood and Greg asks that anybody who would like to connect with him – by email, phone, or in person – should please do so. He will buy you coffee if you want to visit in person. His email is His office phone is (780) 496-4178. His work cell is (780) 914-7450. Please join us in welcoming Greg with our famous McCauley hospitality.

Information provided by the Revitalization Steering Committee.

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