North Sound ACH now has a Tribal & Community Liaison!
Candice Wilson, Quatz’ten aut, is from Lummi Nation. She has over 15 years of tribal governance experience and was hired to develop and foster relationships with tribal and community partners.
Candice has a Bachelor degrees in Tribal Governance and Business Management from Northwest Indian College and is currently is pursuing her Masters in Public Administration at Seattle University. She serves on the Ferndale School Board, with Whatcom Family & Community Network, Lummi Nation Services Organization, Children of the Setting Sun Productions, and RE Sources for Sustainable Communities.
Candice also served on the Lummi Indian Business Council for nine years, with three years as the Vice Chairwoman, also serving as Lummi Nation Vote Coordinator, Lummi Child Support Program Case Manager, and Lummi Dislocated Workers Program Job Counselor. She’s the recipient of the Washington State Native American Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Envision Spirit Award and Lummi Victims of Crime Honoring Our Champions Award.
Candice enjoys serving and celebrating our diverse communities, especially with our veterans and youth organizations.
Welcome, Candice! We’re thankful you’ve joined our efforts.