Alana Walker Carpenter is a trailblazer. She has redefined what it means to lead, what success looks like, and the gift that love, compassion, and empathy can bring to the boardroom.

    Serving in the capacity of Chief Executive Officer of Intriciti, Alana created and leads an organization for business leaders.

    Her passion is to inspire business leaders to integrate their faith and business through the five business practices she and her team have developed.

    Ms. Walker Carpenter has a reputation for excellence. She tackles the issues of the day through innovative events, individual and group coaching, roundtable discussions, leadership development, and philanthropic initiatives. Through these five business practices, Alana and her team connect with business leaders to bring them from compartmentalization to integration.

    In 2023, Ms. Walker Carpenter founded the Canadian Centre for the Integration of Faith and Business (CCIFB).

    Prior to assuming her current role, she practiced human resources for a downtown consulting firm.

    Ms. Walker Carpenter holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Ontario (King’s College).  After graduation, she completed her Post-Graduate Degree in Human Resources Management from Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology.

    Ms. Walker Carpenter received numerous academic and leadership awards prior to, during and upon graduation none of which is as meaningful as the Humanitarian Award presented to her upon graduation at The University of Western Ontario.

    She has a number of charities of choice in which she chooses to quietly serve behind the scenes. It is through her connections that Alana has assisted countless charities with board governance and resource development.

    In 2023, she was honoured as a Global Corporate Hero. In 2014, she was nominated and received the Top 100 Christian Leaders in Canada and three times nominated for the Top 35 Under 35 Award. On a lighter note, she was nominated by Chatelaine in 2006 as one of one hundred best-dressed women in Canada.

    Outside of the boardroom, Alana can be found cheering her teenage son Carter on at the baseball diamond or hockey arena or sipping a glass of wine on the golf greens waiting for his return.
  Ms. Walker Carpenter resides in Toronto with her husband and best friend Kevin.

    She and her husband are active members at their local church and through their denomination. Together, they serve on a number of local, national, and international boards.