Michelle Daniels - Director of Operations
Hello. It has been an honor and privilege to work for my home community,I've been with the Nation since April 2013 and Director of Operations since May of 2015. I am driven to reachingmany more of our achievements and milestones set out by our entire team!
We serve you to fulfil our vision of creating healthy families and individuals and becoming a healthy,prosperous community. We work on progressing our accountability and transparency through various forms of communication. We work towards revitalizing our Nakoda/Cree heritage by providing opportunity for cultural implementation. I believe Culture saves lives and accommodating the learning of Culture in all ages contributes to our Indigenousness, holisticness and wellbeing.
I am proud to lead by example by choosing a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle. I sew, bead and I also am a powwow dancer, I enjoy making memories by being active with my children in family activities and cultural ceremony.
Director of Operations
- direct line: 306-937-2879
- cell phone: 306-480-1242
Koby Armstrong– Receptionist
I started with the Nation in late September on the 27th of 2021. I love my community and everything my job has done for me. Keep it up MGBHLM. I enjoy spending time with my children, I also enjoy the outdoors. I also love to write in my journal.
Charlene Esperance, Administrator, Social Development
August 2020 is when I started in MGBHLMFN, contracted through BATC. I like to volunteer, bake, exercise, reading, watching any sport, listening to live music and cleaning. Family is everything, first and foremost.
Denise Lynne Spyglass- Human Resources
I started on October 21, 2019. I wanted to come home and work for my community so I can help our community and to be close to all my family. I love to travel, camp and go to powwows.
Elsa-Mae Moosomin - Skills Link- Social Development Assistant / Temp. Home to Work
I Began working for MGBHLM as a “Skills Link- Educational Assistant” from 2019-2020, and then came back to MGBHLM in July 2021 for “Skills link- Social Development Clerk,” and currently still working for MGBHLM. I work for MGBHLMFN because I grew up here most of my life and my father is a band member, as well as numerous nieces and nephews who live in the nation. I just want to help my fellow co-workers make Mosquito a positive environment for future generations following us. I really enjoy being an Auntie, I have over 20 nieces and nephews and this gives me an excuse to go to Ruckers and let my inner child out. When I’m not being an auntie I like to travel and enjoy nature, in the summer I enjoy going to cultural events with my parents & family. My interests include nature, painting, card games, board games, and anything that helps me stay in the sober lifestyle. I am very family oriented.
Donna Angus, B Mgt, CAFM, Director of Finance
My start date was June 10, 2014: 8 years June 10, 2022. I work for the Nation because I have a genuine interest in seeing the community and people thrive. It is challenging and a huge undertaking, I enjoy being a team player for the best outcomes for the people done in an innovative manner though capacity development, team building and community strategic planning while maintaining the community traditions and values. My hobbies and interests are to research local & ancestral history, home improvements, travel, gardening, beading, and maintaining cultural and traditional values.
Nikeda Stone- Skills Link Housing Clerk
I started working with the nation in June of 2021 and hope to continue. I’ve always wanted to work for the nation, sharing my knowledge that was provided to me while taking the Business program. I recently started learning how to sew and bead, I also like to do anything to keep my daughter occupied; from movies, crafting to playing outdoors.
p. 306-937-9108 | f. 306-937-3678 | email firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacqueline Pahsaknunk - Post-secondary Coordinator
Started employment with the PSSSP April 15,2019. I was employed with the Nation since Oct 23/13. Had other duties before being the post-Secondary coordinator.I work to serve the Nation in any way I can & that’s to assist others. The team is great, and my job is so close to home.
I do skate in the winter months to stay active I also love to Travel to see my post-secondary students I go to Post sec Seminars maybe twice a year if possible & I attend the Graduations of the students.
I have recently purchased a Skidoo; we take the 3 grandchildren outside to get fresh air & also take them sliding or pulling them with the Skidoo only when it is warm outside. My grandchildren are part of my healing, lost to much loved ones in the past 18 years
Glenda Bird - Commnuity Navigator