Shawn Holte, Executive Director
Shawn’s phone extension is 309
Shawn has a strong experience in Business, Administration, and Human Resources management for both a First Nation’s government and a regional First Nation’s organization. He also has experience in forestry and forest products manufacturing. His education background in the CGA Program of Professional Studies has provided a backbone to the work he has done in these areas.
Bert Groenenberg, Project Officer
Bert’s phone extension is 208
Currently focusing on managing Nuxalk Carrier Grease Trail projects (www.greasetrail.com), Bert also works in general administration, economic development, business development, and governance.
Before joining the Tribal Council, Bert served as a Business Manager for a start-up landscape construction firm. In the mid-1980s, he managed Sorghum Mill and Building Supply Depot in Botswana (Africa) as a Business Planner.
Bert has his Professional Aboriginal Economic Developer (PAED) certification from the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers (CANDO). As well, he has a BA in Geography (SFU 1990). is a Landscape Architectural Technologist (Ryerson 1980) and became a certified Civil Engineering Technologist in 1982, now lapsed. Bert has served as a director on several charitable societies over the years.
Jennifer Wiggins, Administrative Assistant
Jennifer’s phone extension is 200
Jennifer provides administrative support to the team. She is also the initial contact person when you walk in the front door.
Jennifer Vickers, BSW, Family Support Worker – Quesnel Office
Unit # 103 – 213 Anderson Drive, Quesnel BC
Office: 250-992-2075, Work Cell: 250-255-5741
Jennifer Vickers is a registered social worker who works with First Nation families in the Quesnel area. Jennifer assists families with MCFD, court matters, advocacy, and referrals to other support agencies.
Corina Clement, Traditional Wellness Coordinator – Quesnel Office
Unit #103 – 213 Anderson Drive, Quesnel BC
Work Cell: 250-983-0274
Based out of the Quesnel CCTC office, Corina works with Elders in traditional healing and health wellness practices for the Dakelh Dene Health Nation. The participating communities are the Lhoosk’uz Dene Nation, Lhtako Dene Nation, Nazko First Nation and Ulkatcho.