The Atlantic Policy Congress (APC) of First Nations Secretariat is pleased to welcome two new Health staff members: Troy Sanders and Jarvis Googoo.
Our new Mi’kmaq Maliseet Atlantic Health Board (MMAHB) Coordinator, Troy Sanders, started on Monday, February 3rd, 2014.
Troy was born in Stellarton, Nova Scotia and has forged a connection to the urban (Halifax) Aboriginal community through the Mi’kmaq Child Development Centre for close to 20 years. Troy graduated from Saint Mary’s University with a Bachelor of Arts degree (with distinction) and received his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of New Brunswick. He has several years of facilitation experience in both private and public sector ...
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