Board of Directors
Founder, President & CEO
As a retired police officer serving his community for for 28 years, Kevin Gibson has experienced all walks of life and nationalities, rich and poor, young and old, good and bad, and through his eyes has seen the best and worst of the human condition.
As a father of 3 children, Kevin sincerely cares for the future of young people, having witnessed the increasing challenges to their safety, health and opportunities to discover their own potential.
As a musician, Kevin Gibson has been writing, recording, and performing music since he was a teenager, and understands the ability music has to bring people together, inspiring their hearts and minds for a better world.
In 1988 Kevin pursued his dream of being a police officer becoming a member of the Winnipeg Police Service. From walking the beat to keeping a beat, Kevin continued to pursue his passion for music by forming and fronting a band called “UNDERCOVER” releasing a full self-titled CD in 1997. During his time with Undercover, Kevin Gibson had the privilege of working with many great artists who share the same passion and together use the power of music to inspire a better world for young people.
In 2006, 3 fellow police officers were shot and seriously wounded in the line of duty. In support these officers and their families, Kevin created a concert event called “Brothers In Arms” raising thousands of dollars for various charities such as the Children’s Wish Foundation.
Since that time Kevin has tirelessly pursued and proudly founded Status4 Inc, dedicated to enriching lives of young people while discovering support and hope through the gift of music and the arts.
“Be Yourself and Free Yourself”
– Kevin Lee Gibson
Vice President / Secretary
Michael Clark practices mainly in the area of civil litigation, with a particular emphasis on employment law (wrongful dismissals in non-unionized work environments), personal injury, estate litigation and Aboriginal law. He has represented clients in the Court of Queen’s Bench of Manitoba, Manitoba Court of Appeal, Canada Labour Board Adjudications, Workers Compensation Appeal Commission Hearings, the Federal Court of Canada and the Federal Court of Appeal.
Michael has worked at Myers Weinberg LLP since the summer of 1999 when he started as a summer student. He articled with the firm in 2001 – 2002, was called to the Bar in 2002, and is currently an associate in the civil litigation department.
He volunteers his time as a judge for the moot court trials for the Advocacy course at the Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba, and from 1999 – 2002 he volunteered for the Springfield Municipality Justice Committee.
In his spare time, Michael enjoys spending time with his family, reading history, traveling and playing hockey, golf and softball.
Treasurer / Chief Financial Officer
Michael is a Certified General Accountant and has worked in the credit union system in Manitoba for over 42 years. He is currently the General Manager of the Winnipeg Police Credit Union, a financial institution that is dedicated to serving the financial needs of police officers, their families and associates.
Michael served as a director of the Credit Union Managers Association of Manitoba in Manitoba for over 20 years, including three terms as President. He currently serves as a member of the two advisory committees of Credit Union Central of Manitoba.
Michael and his three brothers, Robert, Jerry and Davy, joined forces with Status 4 founder Kevin Gibson and friend Ray Hope to form the band “UNDERCOVER”. The band recoded a CD of its music in 1997 and has performed at a number of charity events in the community since it was formed. Michael’s appreciation for music enabled him to recognize the value that Status 4 offers in enriching the lives of the youth in the community because of its focus on music and the arts.
Michael looks forward to the challenge of serving as the Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer of Status 4 and making a positive contribution to the ongoing development and success of Status 4 as an integral part of our community.