Lisa Morris has worked as a Family School Liaison Worker for over sixteen years. Her career started with the Student Health Initiative Partnership in 2010, where she worked with rural students in grades K-12 in Parkland County and Grande Yellowhead schools. Lisa has also worked with Pre-schoolers and Kindergarten students in the 100 Voices program with the Edmonton Catholic School Division. Most recently, Lisa has worked in the rural schools of Blackgold School Division, grades K-12. Currently Lisa is a Family Wellness Worker with the Wild Rose School Division working with Senior High students at Frank Maddock High school and the Drayton Valley Community Outreach School. Lisa and her husband live in the Hamlet of Keephills, they have successfully raised four children to adulthood and are enjoying their first granddaughter.
Call: 780-672-4416 Ext. 318
Christie Badry is a Supervisor of the Family School Liaison Worker and CHAMP programs in Camrose Alberta. Christie has been part of the executive in the past and is excited about rejoining the team.
Membership Worker Kelsie McCabe has been working with children and youth since she was in college in 2010. She has experience working in settings with YAC and CFS. She has also spent some time working with Big Brothers Big Sisters and a group home. " I have been working for FCSS as a Family School Liaison since 2012. I enjoy the outdoors and I like to experience new things. I am excited to take on this new opportunity as an executive member."
Lana Clarke has been a Community School Liaison Counsellor with the County of Grande Prairie FCSS, since 2007. Previous to that she was an FCSS Community Programmer for the Town of Beaverlodge, and a Child Care Counsellor/Day Program Manager for Mountain Plains Youth Group Homes. She is looking forward to being on the executive and the province-wide networking opportunities that will coincide.
Treasurer Eva Rasmussen has been a Family School Liaison Worker for Wetaskiwin Regional Public Schools for 12 years. This is her sixth year on the AAFSLW executive. Eva enjoys her position as Treasurer of the association and she looks forward to a great year.
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Public Relations Newsletter Julie Isaachas been with the Livingstone Range School Division as a Family School Liaison Counsellor for 15 years. Previous to that she enjoyed working for Golden Hills School Division and Alberta Mental Health. Julie is a Sports Psychology Consultant and was a Competitive Figure Skating Coach for 17 years. This is Julie's sixth year serving on the AAFSLW Executive and she is currently serving in Public Relations - Newsletter
Public Relations & Website Christine Payne is a Family School Liaison Worker working for Foundations for the Future Charter Academy. She has worked in the Social Work field for over 20 years and over half of those years have been spent working with students. She also spent part of her career as a Public Education Worker in Mental Health and worked within the Welfare divisions in Ontario with single parents and families. This is Christine's eighth year serving on the AAFSLW executive. "It has been an awesome opportunity to connect with so many passionate caring people pouring their lives into the well-being of students and families across this province. I feel privileged to help bring resources and guidance through the AAFSLW."
If you are interested in participating on the AAFSLW Executive please let our President know!