Brent Kreller

Brent Kreller, Experienced in Human Resources Management

Human resources professional Brent Kreller works to maximize the value of an organization’s human capital. By using his energy and people skills, Brent Kreller helps team members succeed in their professional endeavours. As a senior-level human resources manager, he has continually delivered affirmative results for organizations.

In the workplace, Brent Kreller draws upon his educational background and extensive experience. In 1995, he graduated from the University of Manitoba with a bachelor of commerce. He majored in human resource management and completed a minor in marketing. Since graduating, he has held management roles in a variety of organizations, including Concordia General Hospital, Seven Oaks General Hospital, and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Presently, he works as a senior HR project manager at the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. There, he leads major human resources initiatives within the organization.

In addition to his career in HR management, Brent Kreller pursues his many interests in sports. He plays hockey, baseball and golf and enjoys watching all types of sports in his free time.

Will 2014 Be the Breakthrough Season for the Winnipeg Jets?

A successful human resources professional with considerable experience in the Winnipeg area, Brent Kreller is a senior HR project manager with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. In his free time, Brent Kreller follows the Winnipeg Jets, one of the newest teams in the National Hockey League. The Jets have started their 2014 campaign in impressive fashion, posting a 7-5-2 record through 13 games and leading to speculation that 2014 could finally be the breakthrough season fans have been hoping for.

First and foremost, the Jets’ goaltending in 2014 has ranked among the best in the NHL. Starting goaltender Ondrej Pavelec has posted a .924 save percentage and a goals against average of 2.01, which places him among the elite goaltenders of the league. The Jets’ defense has also adopted a physical style of play, hard-checking opposing players and putting their bodies on the line to stop shots. However, the offense has yet to replicate the success of the defense, raising questions about the Jets’ ability to close out games. If the Jets find a way to fire on all cylinders on both sides of the puck, it’s hard to imagine the 2014 season as anything other than a rousing success.