Christina Forth

Christina Forth is a Partner with FFAF Cargo Edmonton.  Christina is responsible for the P & L, the Strategic Direction and Overall Management of the Company’s Operations.  With a background in Management and Transportation she founded AOG International in 2003 in a home based office. Since then Christina has partnered with FFAF Cargo with branch offices in Vancouver, Toronto and Halifax.


Christina believes “Our People First, Core Value Model, is what is making us so successful. With our committed staff, who go way above and beyond our customers’ expectations, to our ability to adapt and try new services and technology, generates continued and consistent results”.   Christina’s efforts had AOG International as finalist in the 2016 Alberta Export Awards. 41st out of 50 fastest growing companies in 2014 for Alberta and was also nominated for Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year in 2014.  Prior to founding AOG International, Christina worked in Hotel Management with 4 departments and over 90 staff under her supervision.


During her 15 years in the business, Christina has been an active member of her community.  She served as a Board of Directors for the Leduc/Nisku Economic Development, is current chair of Leduc Leading Women, and sits on the advisory board. She has been an active member of the Leduc Chamber of Commerce since 2004 and served for two years as Treasurer for the No. 42 Wetaskiwin Air Cadets.  Christina is President of Edmonton International Oilmen’s Curling Tournament for four years and a board member for 12 years.  She is the 2018 President for Association of Desk and Derrick Clubs, an international educational organization. Christina is also on the BGHF board as a director, in support of her local hospital.   Christina was an RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards 2013 Finalist, is a Member of Alberta Women’s Entrepreneurs where she was nominated for 2015 Celebration of Achievement Award. She has been invited to Premier Rachel Notley’s Reception Celebrating International Women’s Day last March 2016.


Christina lives in Leduc, Alberta, Canada. She is a mother of four children, Cody and Dana, Shane and Stephen.  Christina enjoys traveling and experiencing new adventures with her partner Shawn and giving back to her community through Volunteer efforts.