Born and raised in Timmins, Kraymr has a great understanding of the needs of the north and is looking forward to contributing to a growing region that he calls home. Professionally Kraymr joined CMG in Fall 2019 after serving time in both the public and private sectors. Kraymr studied at both The University of Western Ontario and Laurentian University.
Kraymr served as the Economic Development Officer for the Wabun Tribal council which represents five First Nation Communities in northeastern Ontario. Prior to his public sector experience, Kraymr was an accountant for one of Canada’s top 10 Public Accounting Firms, Baker Tilly SNT LLP. Through his professional experiences, Kraymr has worked on regional economic development work for First Nation communities. Lead multi-million dollar construction projects, including building projects and co-generation projects.
Kraymr has a deep community and governance connection outside of his professional career. In the community, Kraymr has the honour of serving as:
Vice-Chair of the Timmins and District Hospital Board,
Vice-Chair Commissioner of the Timmins Police Services Board,
2nd Vice-President of the Timmins Chamber of Commerce,
Vice-Chair of City of Timmins Committee of Adjustments,
Executive Board Member of the Timmins Economic Development Corporation,
Spruce Needles Golf Club Board Member.