Cora McIntosh (Interim General Manager)
Cora McIntosh, former Saik'uz Councillor and the current Assistant Manager for the Lands & Resources department,
is acting as the interim General Manager for Saik'uz First Nation. Cora's dedication and flexibility in the face of adversity is an inspiration to the team!
Andrea Herrera (Executive Assistant)
Andrea joined the Saik’uz Administration team in the fall of 2020 as the Executive Assistant after relocating from Edmonton to Vanderhoof in November of 2018. She is personally responsible for providing secretarial and administrative support to the Chief and Council. In this role, she is responsible for effective and efficient communication and assistance on a timely basis. Additionally, she serves as liaison to the General Manager and organizes and coordinates internal events for the Saik’uz offices.
Sasha Striegler Iannone (Communications Officer)
Sasha joined the Saik'uz Administration team in July 2019. The Communications Manager is in charge of overseeing all internal and external communications for the Saik'uz Administration, and ensuring its message is consistent and engage. As such, Sasha's main duties consist of preparing detailed media reports, press releases, and promotional materials meant to connect the community with the goings-on of the Saik'uz Administration, in addition to providing recommendations on how to improve communications both within and without the organization.
Chantel Murray (Administrative Assistant)
Chantel became a member of the Adminstation team in July 2021. Her duties as the Administrative Assistant include providing support to managers, other employees, and office visitors by ensuring that all interactions between the organization and others are positive and productive. Chantel is the face you see at the front desk, and she's often the voice greeting you on the telephone!
Marie Boivin (HR Manager)
I am a member of the Saik’uz First Nation and I sit with the Grouse Clan. My late grand parents are Lazare Peter John and Mary John Sr. CM. My late mother is Bernice Spicer. I have lived off reserve for many years and am glad to be back in my home community. My previous employment was in Witset FN at Kyahwood Forest Products, which was a finger joint mill. While working there, I was able to further my career. Starting in reception and working up to Interim Manager. My wish is that my experience and knowledge working with a First Nation community will be an asset for my home community in the Human Resources Department.