Votham is a well-versed professional who is often referred to as a relationship broker – she takes pride in this and believes the way to do business is together. She has substantial communications and economic development experience in both private and public roles, including experience with municipal and regional groups comprised of elected officials and/or the public at large.
Over the last decade, Votham has participated in and still participates in various board work, including but not limited to an organization named Humans Helping Humans Housing Foundation in Drayton Valley. Over the last 15 years, the Foundation has provided a mortgage and home to call their own to almost two-dozen low to medium-income families, who were not eligible for traditional homeownership. The homes made accessible to these families by the board were fundraised for and built by the board and hundreds of community volunteers.
Votham lives in Northern Alberta because she values the freedom and raw beauty the North offers. Her desire to live a remote lifestyle allowed her to increase financial and social success in the north.
Through collaboration, she aims to bring new economic opportunities that will increase the chance of long-term financial stability for her clients. She strives to secure additional funds [public and private] and to better utilize already available resources for the long-term sustainability of the organization and/or business she is representing.