Sherry Sinclair is passionate about making a difference for children and their families – the focus of her career for almost 20 years. Coming from a strength-based perspective she carries a ‘can-do’ attitude and is happy to support or take the lead in initiatives that bring health to families. This spring Sherry accepted the position of Executive Director at BC Association of Family Resource Programs and invites collaboration with all stakeholders.
Sherry’s work experience includes lead for community-based Prenatal Nutrition and Family Resource Programs, instructor at the Justice Institute of BC for the Family Resource Programs Certificate, co-chair at a community Early Years table, workshop presenter and video scripter.
Sherry currently volunteers as Secretary on the Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs Board and as Community Representative on the University of the Fraser Valley Human Research Ethics Board. Past board service includes Sardis Doorway for Single Mothers and their Children, BC Association of Family Resource Programs, Chilliwack Learning Community Society and the Success by Six ECD Steering Committee. Sherry participated with the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Fraser Regional conference committee, FRP Canada’s Family Mental Health Advisory and as a volunteer with the BC and Canada Special Olympics and BC Summer Games.
You will find Sherry and her husband, Dave, restoring their 100 year old home in Abbotsford BC. Sherry appreciates her adult children, friends and family, biking the Stanley Park seawall, hiking at Lynn Canyon, Tai Chi class and her dog Mookie.