Councillor - Sharlene Frank

Sharlene is a member of the K’ómoks First Nation and resides within the community with her husband Rob. Her extensive career includes 30+ years working with First Nations and Aboriginal communities as a researcher, policy analyst, program administrator and advocate.   Currently she is an independent policy advisor working with First Nations on the North Island regarding a range of governance issues.

 Sharlene’s passion is community and policy development that meet the needs of our Nations.  As a Councillor she works with the Education, Health, and Governance portfolios. Sharlene brings her work experience and a Master’s of Public Administration from Queen’s University.  Her undergraduate studies are in criminology and criminal justice. 

 Sharlene volunteers as a Director for the Social Planning and Research Council of BC (SPARC). She has previously served on a Task Force for Family Violence and on a First Nations Language Committee.  Sharlene looks forward to her governance and leadership role and sees the present as providing exciting opportunities for K’ómoks members to redefine and build for the future.

 


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