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Phone: 1-866-673-3276

Main Office:  510 Cynthia St, Saskatoon


Get in Touch

Head Office - Saskatoon
510 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK  S7L 7K7  |   1-866-673-3276

Regina Office
1860 Lorne Street Regina, SK  S4P 2L7  |   306-780-9464

Network Staff & Board

Executive Director  


Andrea is the Executive Director an has been with the organization since 2014 formerly in the role of Support Program Manager.

"Taking on the role of Executive Director of the FASD Network is challenging and rewarding. Our goal is continued growth and reducing stigma and systemic barriers so FASD can be discussed without the shame and blame that often overshadows the need for education, understanding and support."

Direct Support Professional


As one of the Network's longest employees, Monique is an integral part of the Support Program team. Monique is currently away on leave.

Support Program Manager


Tanya manages the FASD Network's Support Program, working closely with her team and the organization's clients to offer support services. Tanya is passionate about Human Rights and Truth and Reconciliation in Canada.

"My goal is to advocate, motivate and empower the Network's Direct Support Professional's so that they can provide outstanding, life changing services to individuals living with FASD."

Direct Support Professional 


Janelle specializes in justice support services, using her wealth of experience to help client navigate the Saskatchewan justice system.

"Working at the FASD Network lets me truly help people. My belief is that individuals living with FASD need an advocate to get their voices heard."

Training Manager


Using her personal experiences and education, Shana works on behalf of the Network to develop and deliver training, often travelling across the province.

"Raising my daughter has inspired me to create change. She motivates me to work exceptionally hard to make this a better world and bring hope to her and everyone else who is affected by FASD."


Direct Support Professional


Alexis started at the Network as a practicum student and now works to provide intensive support to clients who have involvement with CFP.

"I love coming to work everyday at the Network, because you can sense the sincerity and hear the laughter that fills our offices day-to-day. We always strive to make everyone feel welcome."


Direct Support Professional


Eryn works out of the Network's Regina office offering support to the surrounding community. She has been instrumental in expanding the Network's services. 

"I enjoy working at the Network because I get to work in a diverse role with all the different people accessing services. My goal is to continue growing the Network's presence in Regina."

Direct Support Professional  


Laura joined the Network as one of our Direct Support Professionals. Her role at the organization has been to offer support primarily to caregivers accessing services.

"Watching my mother care for children affected by FASD has been my inspiration to continue doing her good work. I enjoy working with families to help them meet the diverse needs of their loved ones"

Direct Support Professional 


Jessica's role is to offer Outreach Support Services, providing one-on-one support to clients from any community across Saskatchewan.

"My passion is to advocate and support individuals and families. Working at the Network, I get to learn about FASD and create strategies for those in need, this has been a missing piece in my support career that I am grateful for."


Direct Support Professional


Jessica joined the organization's Support Program after working as a practicum student. As one of our Direct Support Professionals she offers client services to individuals with FASD in Saskatoon.

"I love working in the diverse world of FASD. My personal philosophy is to meet the unique needs of each of my clients, which makes everyday different."

Program Facilitator


As the Network's Program Facilitator, Riki has created an educational program to help individuals with FASD learn about their disability and develop valuable life skills.

"I value the hard work being done to address all the misinformation and stigma out there about FASD and am honored to be a part of the good work that the Network is doing by developing programming that is reflective of the communities we serve."

Marketing & Projects Manager


Nicole is responsible for all kinds of projects at the FASD Network from communications and marketing, to resource development, to event planning, and more.  

“Working for the FASD Network has been a very rewarding experience. My ultimate goal is to help the Network expand its reach so people from all over the province can access the Network's valuable information and much needed services”

Board of Directors

Cara Haaf - President

Nolan Berg - Vice president

Bobbi Spicer - Secretary

Leslie Sichello - Former President

Jaime Boldt

Tara Anderson

Deb Walker

Lee Shepherd

Pamela Belanger

Roxanne Philibert

Keith Dasilva

Become a Member

Thank you for considering membership with our organization. The Network offers membership to individuals for $20.00 and to organizations for $100.00. These fees help the Network to achieve its vision statement.


Membership is open to everyone.  All members have the right to vote and become elected to our Board of Directors.  Becoming a member is simple, just fill out the membership form below and send it along with payment.

We truly appreciate your support.


Membership Form


Network Bylaws



Become a Board Member

The FASD Network is looking for new Board members to volunteer for our team. Originally comprised solely of parents the Network’s board is now open to anyone with professional expertise or lived experiences with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.


Operating as a governance Board, members work together to oversee the direction of the Network and guide it towards strategically achieving its mission, “to enhance the lives of individuals and families living with FASD.” We are looking for someone whose background could be beneficial to our Board in the areas of FASD, strategic planning, non-profit management or past experience volunteering on a Board of Directors.


Your commitment to the Board:

  • All Board positions are volunteer

  • The Board meets in Saskatoon once every three months with travel and accommodations for out-of-town members being covered

  • Members serve on the board for two-year terms (for a maximum of three terms)

If you want to make a difference in the lives of those affected by FASD, we would like to hear from you.


An application can be downloaded and sent to Voting on Board Member positions occurs at the Network's Annual General Meeting on Friday, June 7th 2019.


Board Member Application


Employment Opportunities

If you are interested in working at the FASD Network of Saskatchewan check out our current job openings below. To apply please email your resume and cover letter to Please indicate which posting you are applying for. 




Part-time, flexible hours


Job purpose

To provide short term one on one support to individuals who live with, or suspect they live with FASD.


Duties and responsibilities

  • Provide one on one support to individuals living with FASD

  • Provide face-to-face support to individuals assisting them in putting strategies and accommodations to work in home, school and work environments.

  • Working with individuals to navigate systems, access community support, utilize services.

  • Other related duties as assigned by the Executive Director and/or Support Program Manager.


Other Requirements

  • Must have access to a vehicle and be willing to use the vehicle for job purposes

  • Must possess a clean Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sectors check



  • Knowledge of FASD, its effects, and strategies in behaviour management is desired.

  • Ability to use independent judgment in routine and non-routine situations.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with clients and professionals including supervisors and other staff members.

  • Ability to utilize and understand computer applications and techniques as necessary in the completion of required documentation.

  • Ability to plan, organize and/or prioritize daily activities


*mentors are hired through funding the individuals with FASD receive. Mentors are self-employed through the individual's funding, they are not hired our paid by our agency.


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