Andrea Lafond - CEO
Born and raised in Saskatoon, Andrea has over 18 years of progressive leadership experience in non-profit organizations, and was most recently appointed CEO of Meewasin Valley Authority. Andrea's passion is to lead teams to long term success and sustainability while meeting stakeholder needs through strategy. She has primarily aligned her leadership in the non-profit sector, most recently in the capacity of Vice-President Operations with SIIT (Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies) and also with Wanuskewin Heritage Park Authority as well as Metis Employment and Training. Andrea is a Board Member for Wanuskewin and Tourism Saskatoon.
Her CAFM designation and combined experience has garnered many opportunities to strategically lead multiple areas including: finance, human resources, governance, marketing and communications, and information technology.
As a Metis woman, Andrea believes strongly in mentorship to support positive transition to employment and movement through to leadership. She dedicates time as a mentor through Leadership Saskatoon.
In her downtime, Andrea prioritizes her family. They enjoy travelling. As a mother of two in many activities, she volunteers her time as a hockey manager.
Amy Wall - Marketing Manager
Amy is the Manager of Marketing and Fund Development at Meewasin and the Marketing Manager of Partners FOR the Saskatchewan River Basin. She attended the University of Saskatchewan for degrees in Commerce and Political Studies. When she’s not working with Meewasin and Partners, she enjoys running many kms on the trails, watching sports, and spending time with her husband and son traveling and enjoying nature.
Sue Bouchard - Education/Communications Officer
Sue obtained her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology – Leisure and Sport Studies from University of Saskatchewan. Her passion is program design and development.
As Program Coordinator for Caring For Our Watersheds Saskatchewan, Sue delivers watershed presentations and mentors students Grade 7-12 across the province in completing their environmental project proposals. She is happy to take her “big green suitcase” to whichever schools or groups are interested in the CFW opportunity! Sue also delivers the Yellow Fish Road™ program in and around Saskatoon, and loves to work with schools, groups, and individuals to spread the word that what should be going down storm drains is RAIN ONLY.
Sue enjoys all sports, music, and adventures with her family.