SPEAKERS: Connie Andersen, Sheila Anderson & Amanda Pruden
TOPIC: May Luncheon - Inclusion Saskatchewan
Your lunch registration will include a meal, water and coffee as well as a gratuity to your server.
Registration & networking - 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
Lunch - 12:00 pm
Presentation - 12:20 pm
Join us on May 9 to learn more about Inclusion Saskatchewan from:
Connie Andersen, Director of Community Development
Connie joined Inclusion Saskatchewan in May 2014 as Director of Community Development. Born and raised in Saskatoon, she has an honors degree in English Literature from the University of Saskatchewan and is a Certified Fund-Raising Executive. Connie spent 16 years in Phoenix, Arizona in fundraising and non-profit management roles, as Executive Director for a women’s crisis center and as a Community Organizer with a social justice organization.
Sheila Anderson, Manager of Employment & Transitions
Sheila has been working for Inclusion Saskatchewan for over 16 years and has been in the disability field for almost 30 years. Having family members with disabilities, she knows firsthand about families’ struggles and joys when supporting loved ones with a disability. Sheila brings her unique combination of professional and personal experiences to her role as Manager of Employment & Transitions.
Amanda Pruden, INSK Self-Advocate
Amanda is a self-advocate who experiences hearing loss and intellectual disability. She has been involved with INSK since 2018 and is also a part of the I CAN self-advocacy program. She moved to Saskatoon in 2021 with the help of INSK. Amanda is a licensed Esthetician currently looking for a journeyperson to apprentice under to also become a journeyperson herself. She enjoys horseback riding, scrapbooking, and gluten-free baking.
See you at lunch!