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Our People.

The team at FASC is made up of passionate individuals who share a common commitment to social justice and family well-being. We bring together diverse expertise, including lived and professional experience from within the healthcare and social service sectors. Through collaboration and shared dedication, we drive our advocacy initiatives and work towards bringing about positive change in the lives of families impacted by substance use stigma and children services. 

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Our Team.

FASC’s team is built on a co-executive model that prioritizes a nonhierarchical leadership structure rooted in a shared vision for equity and fueled by collaboration. By leveraging their shared values, common goals, and lived expertise, FASCs team works together to drive their advocacy initiatives and create meaningful change for families impacted by substance use stigma and children services. To effectively drive their vision forward, FASC centers the stories and wisdom of youth and parents with lived experience as experts in their work and as key decision makers within the organization, including on the board, as program leads, and throughout their advocacy initiatives and systems change efforts.

Rebecca Fashole-Luke Forensic Social Worker, Social Justice Advocate

Rebecca Foshole-Luke

(She/Her,) Founder & Managing Director 

Agnes Chen, Registered Nurse, Starlings Community

Agnes Chen

(She/Her,) Founder & Managing Director 

Maya Eboigbodin, Adverse Childhood Experiences research

Maya Eboigbodin

(She/Her) Research Lead

Molly Davidson, Community engagment

Molly Davidson

(She/Her) Community & Stakeholder Engagement  

Candadian Youth, Peer Support facilitator

Alyssa Fontain 

(She/Her) Facilitator 

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Board of Directors.

As a volunteer working board that consists of both cross-sector professionals and lived experts, our board of directors generously guides the overall function of FASC. 

Tawanda Mupunga Policy

Tawanda Mupunga

(He/Him) Director

Alexandra Zybinova Youth Research

Alexandra Zybinova

(She/ Her) Director

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External Advisory Council.

We believe this work takes a collective effort and in order for it to be meaningful, it requires contributions and guidance from lived experts and professionals working in various sectors. These individuals have a shared passion  for social justice and who are committed to increasing access to resources and support for families. They volunteer their time and bring valuable experiences and expertise that help guide and advance our mission. We are so grateful to have their support.

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Lynne Marshalsay

(She/Her,) Lived expert &  Child Welfare Subject Matter Expert & Indigenous Liaison. (Preserving Families Alberta Group)

Rebecca Saah, Policy, Harm Reduction

Dr. Rebecca Saah

Associate Professor in the Dept of Community Health Sciences, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary 

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Cheryl Wozniak

Child Welfare Subject Matter Expert & Indigenous Liaison. (Preserving Families Alberta Group)

Rita Yembilah, Senior Researcher

Rita Yembilah

Seniour Researcher, Evaluator at the Canadian Poverty Institute 

Erin McFarlane

Erin McFarlane

Community Social Worker, Sessional Instructor at University of Calgary 

Rita Yembilah, Senior Researcher

Raenelle Isley

Full Spectrum birth, postpartum, parenting and Attachment Specialist

Marty Birky Family lawyer

Marty Birky

Family Lawyer 

Dr. Muna Saleh

Dr. Muna Saleh

Assistance Professor in the Faculty of Education at Concordia University 

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