Tk’wemi’ple7 (Councillor) Gina Johnny
Sustainable Development Pillar
Councillor (Tk’wemi’ple7) Gina Johnny has served as Councillor for ALIB for four terms plus a two -year term and was re-elected January 2016 (16 Years).
Gina Johnny re Skwest, lifelong community member of the Swetsmellp6, Salmon Arm BC te’ Cstelnec.
Sxelewe (husband) is Melton Charters, from the Nlakapamax Nation (Coldwater Band), sqwsa7 (sons) are Mel and Ky. My Interests are family, community, history learning to read, write and speak Secwepemctsin and reading.
Sustainable Development Pillar includes, our Lands, and Taxation, Housing, Infrastructure, as well as Economic Development.
I have an array of certification/work in the field of Education, in 2015 I received a Diploma in Care Aide. I’ve Worked in the North Okanagan Shuswap School District 83 as Aboriginal Support Worker- special needs (8years). In 2012 received a Diploma in Linguistics’ (Secwepemctsin).
Yicwestsu’tce te T’kwe7miple
Appointments to Boards and Committees
ALIB Committees: as required
Five Band -Sxqeltkemc’ te Tkwe7mipletn (Joint Council)
Government 2 Government Table (formally Reconciliation Framework Agreement)
Shuswap Nation Tribal Council