New Board at NAFC Ready to get to Work

Nistawoyou Association Friendship Centre Logo from NAFC Website
Nistawoyou Association Friendship Centre Logo from NAFC Website

With a new president at the helm, the new look board at the Nistawoyou Association Friendship Centre (NAFC) is ready to get to work.

Members of the association voted for a new president, and board at a meeting September 7th.

Jessica Croucher has been elected to a one-year term as president.

Other board members are:

Rhonda Robinson, Vice President – one year term

Melanie Walsh, Secretary – two-year term

Joelle Erskine, Treasurer – two-year term

Kayla Aikins, Director – two-year term

Marie “Buffy” Cheecham, Director – one year term

Cecile Calliou, Director – two-year term

Katalin Loutitt, Director – one year term

“The Board of Directors shares gratitude with the membership and community for their support during the transition of leadership,” new president Croucher said in a statement.  

“As our collective focus shifts to building a strong and healthy community space, the NAFC board gently reminds everyone of our code of conduct and our zero tolerance for bullying or harassment towards any Board of Director, Staff or Member. NAFC must uphold values of being a community guided by respect, accountability, open-mindedness, cultural understanding, honesty, and integrity while achieving our vision of being a cultural connected community where mutual respect and acceptance enable Indigenous people to achieve their full potential.”

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