Introduction to New Staff at KWRGS
We are excited to announce we have recently hired two new staff members in May.
Anisha Phillips is the Summer Resource Support Student who will be updating resources on our website, attending various community events and providing administrative support. She is currently attending Queenâs University with a major in Gender Studies. Anisha is passionate about supporting the community and more specifically in creating opportunities to empower women. She has been involved with leading and facilitating numerous local and international activities and events. Her education and experience has helped to build knowledge, which she believes has opened her mind to a greater understanding of how diversity, culture and community can align to create balance and opportunity.
Erin McMullan is the Behind the Curtain Project Facilitator who will be responsible for the organization and completion of the Behind the Curtain New Horizon’s Project that that aims to raise awareness about elder abuse. She is completing her MFA in Creative Writing with a focus on the dramatic arts screen via UBCâs optional residency program. Erin recently worked as story editor for IMAX Humpback Whales 3D and Kamloops Arts Council supported her upcoming staged reading series of locally based one-act play, Confluence. Her commissioned plays include spoof comic opera Phantom of the Oyster in Tofino, BC and two sold-out dinner theatre murder mysteries for Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous (2013, 2014).