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Announcement of New Director for Ogwadeni:deo

September 6, 2018

Six Nations of the Grand River is pleased to announce Yeyatakenhas - Sue Doxtator, as the new Director of Ogwadeni:deo, Child Protection Services, effective September 4, 2018. She is from the bear clan and a member of the Oneida Nation of the Thames with family connection to Six Nations.

Six Nations has recently been designated as a Children's Aid Society and it is with great anticipation that Yeyatakenhas will provide the leadership and ability to deliver a community program.

Yeyatakenhas comes to Six Nations with rich experience in the Child Welfare field. She is a graduate of Lambton College with an Early Childhood Education Diploma; Bachelor of Education degree, Brock University; Bachelor of Social Work, Ryerson University and Master of Social Work Degree, Wilfred Laurier University.

Throughout her 30 years of experience, she also developed curriculum and facilitated as a professor at Mohawk College in the Native Community Care Program and at St. Clair College in the Early Childhood Education Program, in addition to the Child Welfare experience as a Band Representative for her First Nation and a staff at Mnaasged Child and Family Services.

Her most recent position has been with the London Family Court Clinic as Director of the First Nations, Metis, Inuit and Cultural Diversity Coordination Team, responsible to support the atrisk children, youth and families from various cultures in an effort to work collaboratively to keep them out of the Justice and Child Welfare Systems.

We are pleased that Yeyatakenhas has accepted the position as Director and look forward to the continued development of the community agency.



 
OGWADENI:DEO Commission Members



Erinn Monture, Ida Martin, Sandra Montour, Trudy Smith, Yvonne Hill, Mary Sandy

OGWADENI:DEO Working Group Members



Arliss Skye, Dayle Bomberry, Melba Thomas, Sherri-Lyn Hill Pierce, Lori Davis Hill, Sandy Porter, Barb General
 
 
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Primary:
T: 519-445-1864
F: 519-445-0117
Weken Building
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Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0

Secondary:
18 Stoneridge Circle, 2nd Floor
Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0

Brant Family and Children's Services
70 Chatham Street,
Brantford ON, N3T 5R7
P: 519 - 753 - 8681
www.brantfacs.ca
 

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