CQC Committee & Team

Meet the CQC Team and CQC Organizational Committee

CQC Team Members

Kiran Stewart-McKee – Publicity, Marketing, and Community Outreach Coordinator
Kiran McKee completed her Bachelor of Arts (History, Gender Studies) and Bachelor of Social Work at the University of Victoria, before moving to Calgary from Victoria in 2015. She works at Deer Park United Church as the Parish Social Worker (RSW), providing congregational support and community support in southeastern Calgary. Kiran enjoys cooking, record collecting, and watching stand up comedy specials. She has a life long passion for social justice  and is proud to be part of the CQC team.  She lives with her spouse, Brent and their cats, Crookshanks and Latke.

Karlo Keet – Photographer, Graphic and Web Designer
Karlo has lived in Calgary most of his life. Karlo comes from Red Deer Lake United Church as one of the members of the Audio Visual Team. With his free time, Karlo likes to retreat to nature and take pictures of the scenery that mother nature provides. His love for photography dates back to high school. Aside from photography, Karlo likes music, meditation and hiking.


Harry Miletich-Hospitality Coordinator Volunteer

In the summer of 2016, God revealed to me that I am transgender (FTM), which released me from severe depression. Two months later I moved from the Okanagan in BC to Calgary to be near my family and to start the journey I have always dreamed about: returning to school to pursue a career in the medical field. God is not ‘safe’, but He is good! I am looking forward to continuing to grow to be like Jesus, and looking forward to seeing CQC thrive!

Daryl Sedor-Volunteer Treasurer


CQC Organizational Committee 


Tom Melvin – Deer Park United Church
Tom Melvin is the ordained minister at Deer Park United and the chair of the CQC Organizational Committee. He works with a dedicated staff who see the church’s mission as one of outreach to the community. Growing up in the southern US during the 1960’s gave Tom a keen sense of justice and inclusion as he witnessed the difficult times of the civil rights movement. Many wonderful and happenstance encounters with different peoples have fueled his passion for declaring God’s love for all and accepting all people whoever they are and wherever they are.

Rev. Tracy Robertson – St. Thomas United Church
Rev. Tracy Robertson was born in Calgary and raised on a farm in Balzac, AB. She grew up in Balzac United Church, worked at a bank for 15 years, then moved into various calls in the church: Youth Minister (Airdrie, Balzac and Crossfield United Churches), Presbytery Youth Coordinator (Foothills Presbytery), Minister of Christian Education (Woodcliff United Church), Chaplain of the Calgary Young Offender Centre, and now Lead Minister for Nurture, Education, and Pastoral Care at St. Thomas United Church. Tracy is married to Todd and has two children (Kurt and Evangeline). She loves animals (3 pets) and her family has fostered with the Humane Society for many years. Tracy donates blood regularly, enjoys riding her bike, working out, and walking her dog. Tracy is a proud Diaconal Minister and did her training at The Centre for Christian Studies in Winnipeg. She has a passion for pastoral care, social justice issues and youth and children.


Karen Decoux, St. Andrew’s United Church