Sarah K Noon-Ward
Sarah brings to HELP over ten years combined experience working to support wellness and education in Aboriginal communities through community engagement and outreach. Sarah spent three years working with Capilano University and the Sechelt Indian Band as the First Nations Student Liaison advocating for Aboriginal education. She has also worked with organizations such as the North Shore Women’s Centre, the Salvation Army, the Yew Transition House and the Sunshine Coast Community Services Society. She is learning to weave and dye in wool in the Coast Salish style and she is an avid wild harvester of traditional plants.
This is a leave replacement position.