"Advancing transformative change for the well-being of Métis children, youth and families"

Vice President

Stephanie Konefall - Vice President

Tanshii everyone,

I have attended my first few board meetings and am impressed with what I am learning in regards to the Métis Commission’s work and in particular the professionalism and pride that the board members exhibit.  I joined the Métis Commission board hoping to bring change about by offering my strengths in child welfare policy, legislation and the law. As a proud Métis woman I am honoured to have the chance to be part of the Métis community that offers Métis children and families hope for a better future.

When I am not volunteering with MCCFBC I am a Team Leader with Nuu-chah-nulth USMA Child and Family Services  (Port Alberni) and a Trainer with Indigenous Perspectives Society. My most important job to date however is being the mom of two brilliant teenagers who each brings me great pride.

I am looking forward to the next few years and what we can bring to Métis families as a team.


 

Featured Resources

Proud to be Metis!: The Cultural Booklet we send to families is now available online!

MCCF Cultural Information Package: A collection of Metis cultural resources and information to support service delivery and planning for Metis children, youth and families.

MCCF Quality Assurance Framework: Continuous Quality Improvement for Métis Children and Family Services in British Columbia, March 2011

MCCF 2011 Provincial Catalogue:
A catalogue to provide immediate contact information about available services to assist the Métis communities, Métis families, Ministry and non-Ministry front line workers in supporting Metis people.