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Lindsay Brown, MOA

Participant Navigator

Lindsay was born and raised on Vancouver Island.  She is grateful to live and work on the traditional unceded territory of Snuneymuxw First Nation. She has a strong passion to support both participants and the team of RTT, but all humans in general.  She holds an honours certificate in Medical Transcription and in Medical Office Administration with a Unit Clerk diploma.  She supports Roots to Thrive by working as a Participant Navigator and is incredibly grateful to be doing so.  Lindsay believes wholeheartedly in promoting wellness; healing of the mind, body, and spirit.  When time allows you can find Lindsay spending time with her family in, on, and around the ocean where she feels most at peace.

Other Operations and Participant Navigation

Phil Dames

Lead of Operations & Organization Steward

Phil Dames is a settler of mixed European descent, incredibly grateful to live, work, and play on the traditional unceded territory of Stz’uminus First Nation. He is the son of George and Leslie Dames, the brother to Amy and Bumper, father to Piper and Beckett , and life partner to Shannon Dames....
Krys Sciberras


Operations Integrator, Facilitator

Krys is a Registered Clinical Counsellor, and she has worked in the Mental Health and Substance Use field for 25 years, managing teams in various leadership capacities. This varied experience working in clinical environments offers a thorough understanding of the challenges in health care and a p...
Rebecca Sanders

Participant Navigator

Rebecca was born and raised in Maple Bay on Vancouver Island. She is a student at UVic where she is completing her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology. She works as Participant Navigator coordinating intakes and communications between program participants and the Roots to Thrive Team. She is pass...


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