CLBC welcomes new Aboriginal Advisor
On February 27, Tracey Michell became CLBC’s new Aboriginal Advisor. Tracey has previously worked with the First Nations Summit in the area of children and families, with a specific focus on Aboriginal matters. Tracey brings with her the knowledge and wisdom of establishing a working relationship with the First Nations, Metis, and Inuit population.
In addition, Tracey has a deep understanding of the historical relationship between legislative and policy development and the Aboriginal community, which has shaped the level of expectation between the Aboriginal people and their respective service delivery entities.
Please join us in welcoming Tracey to CLBC.
To learn more about CLBC’s Aboriginal Initiative, please visit www.communitylivingbc.ca and go to Individuals & Families > Aboriginal Initiative.