Arlaine Fehr has lived in Gold River since 1970. Her children graduated from Gold River Secondary School and went on for Post Secondary educations. She was an employee of School District 84 for 45 years. During this time she served on a number of Ministry of Education committees. Arlaine is a member of the Gold River Futures Society, the Gold River Residents’ Association, and the Gold River Restorative Justice Society. This is her first term as a Trustee.
Jenniffer Hanson is a mother of four, Collin, Miranda, Danica, and Jenniece, with one grandchild. Jenniffer has been a trustee since 2008, this being her fourth term. She has lived most of her life in Kyuquot, leaving only for post secondary education opportunities including a one year business administration program from Malaspina University, and the Leadership Essentials program from Vancouver Island University. Jenniffer attributes her strong values, beliefs and teachings to her grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles, friends and her own children.
Debbie Mann, an early childhood educator by training, is a long time resident of Gold River and attended both RWES and GRSS. She has been an advocate for early childhood learning and has served in this field in many capacities for 24 years, employed by Gold River Childcare Society and more recently by the Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation. She has a vested interest in the children of our communities and serving on the Board of Education is another way that she feels she can do her part in assuring that the children of our District continue to prosper and reach their fullest potential.
Allison Stiglitz is a mother of two amazing young men, Seth and Brody, and wife to Devlin Alcock. She moved to Tahsis in 2003 and feels blessed to call this remarkable little village home and to raise her boys here from a young age. For the past 13 years, Allison has been working full-time at the Tahsis Building Supply while being actively involved in the school and community. She spent a decade working locally with the BC Paramedic’s Services as well as volunteering actively with the Parents’ Advisory Council at Captain Meares School. In 2014, Allison became PAC President, a role she held up until she was elected School Trustee in 2018.
Allison believes that, with strong morals and the confidence to succeed, our youth will live happy and full lives. Her goal is to empower them to do it!