Canadian Parents for French staff work from Vancouver and travel all over British Columbia and the Yukon.

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    Glyn Lewis

    He’s the best person to speak to about any of the following issues: *Pan-Canadian French second language issues; media inquiries; Federal or Provincial advocacy work; CPF mission, values and strategic goals; questions and comments about Branch governance and operations; general human resources; and strategic partnerships and collaborations with outside groups.

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    Heather Bartlett

    She’s the best person to speak with about any of the following issues: *Socio-cultural grant administration; Concours event coordination; AGM & Conference coordination; and general branch-lead projects and activities.

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    Benjamin Wong

    He’s the best person to speak to about any of the following issues: * Financial information; Chapter financial reporting; accounts payable and receivable; and office equipment maintenance.

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  • Zoe Welch

    Zoe Welch has over a decade of experience working in non-profit management in the arts, education, and in community and social development. She holds a Baccalauréate en Communications from l’Université du Québec à Montréal, and a Master of Education from McGill University. Zoe’s son was a French immersion student at Lloyd George Elementary School in Kamloops, where Zoe served as the PAC co-chair. Prior to joining Canadian Parents for French, Zoe worked as the BC Provincial Manager for Roots of Empathy, and then ran her own clothing design company and store. She’s the best person to speak with about any of the following issues: *General inquiries; membership status and renewals; Chapter support and outreach, including but not limited to Chapter reporting and Chapter visits; promotional and advertising materials; research and advocacy; communications to and between Chapters and the Francophone/Francophile community; French language resources; and invitations to Chapter and community events and functions.

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