Directors & Managers
Experience the Heart of Seabird Island: Our People
It takes a village to build a vibrant First Nations community. Seabird Island thrives thanks to the over 300 dedicated staff members behind our services.
Our seven departments work hand-in-hand, unified by shared goals and visions. Teachers shape young minds. Doctors care for the ill. Analysts invest in our future. And many more pursue meaningful work that uplifts our people.
While each role has its own mandate, together our staff cultivate the resources our community needs to prosper. From language programs and healthcare to infrastructure and governance, they turn plans into action.
Our greatest asset is our people. Their passion and purpose drive Seabird Island forward. Through hard work and compassion, we walk the path to self-determination step-by-step.
So much happens behind the scenes before dreams become reality. We proudly recognize all who devote their talents to serve Seabird Island. Our progress reflects their care for our people and culture.
Come feel their heart beat strong as you experience all we have to offer. It is our people who make Seabird Island a place to call home.
DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE
DIRECTOR OF INTER-GOVERMENTAL AFFAIRS
DIRECTOR OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
DIRECTOR OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE
Executive Director – Bio
Jason is a Seabird Island Band Member and has family lineage to the Peters family. He has extensive work experience politically and in the public sector. He comes to us from Correctional Service Canada project officer for Aboriginal initiatives holding the section 84 portfolio and community programs officer. He has served 2 terms on the Seabird Island Chief and Council, the past 5 years as director on the Lands Advisory Board, chairs the Stó:lō Community Futures Board of Directors and is a member on the BC RCMP Indigenous Cultural Advisory Committee.
Jason is completing his MBA in Executive Management of Business Administration for Indigenous Business and Leadership and has an educational background in criminology, kinesiology and aboriginal studies.