Tk’wemi’ple7 (Councillor) Brandy Jules
Health & Wellness
Re7 skwest Brandy Jules
Re qe7tse Ronnie Jules ell re ki7ce Iris Jules. My grandparents are the late Harvey Jules and Mary Jules and Ronald Dickey and Mary James.
Mut-ke ne Tkemlups ri7 ec r elkst ne Sexqeltqin.
This is Brandy’s second term serving as Tk’wemi’ple7 for the Adams Lake Indian Band. Her goal is to reach a sense of healing and pride in the community.
Her first term was really a learning experience and this term it’s time to implement what is really needed to reach our overall Vision as a Community.
Brandy is very passionate about learning our history, being involved in our culture while preserving our Secwepemc Language.
Being that this is Brandy’s second term, she comes with more knowledge and understanding of wellness and healing. In order to help others, you first must help yourself. We have to be the voice for those yet unborn.
2 year graduate at Olds College
CCP 101 Training & Mentorship Initiative
Administration Course at Kamloops Indian Band
Beginner class completion for Secwepemctsin
Psychology of Vision
Leadership Engagement Sessions
– Completion of our Swixweytec (Our Ancestral Voice) also known as our Comprehensive Community Strategic Plan
– Engaged in the Mentorship Initiative re: Comprehensive Community Planning through Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada
– Successfully hired an Executive Director
– Organizational Operational Plans
– Working on Child & Family Development within Community
– Ratified the Financial Administration Law
– Continual negotiations with Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure
– Healing circles, ceremonies and gatherings
– Donations towards Recreation, Healing initiatives and Cultural activities
– Working in Unity with other communities and each other
– Chief Atahm expansion, New Health Centre Building
Appointments to Boards and Committees
– Secwepemc Child & Family Services Agency