Video Profile: Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland – Inspiring and Empowering Girls

Today’s post features another video we’ve produced profiling community-based organizations whose work is making an impact in the community.

 This latest blog post profiles Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland whose work inspires and empowers girls to reach their potential, both as individuals and citizens.

This video features:

Emily Gordon, Big Sisters Caseworker; Navkirarn Brar, Go Girls! Caseworker; Margaret Akulia, Big Sisters Caseworker; Leigh Green, Big Sisters Caseworker; Vanessa Woznow, Manager of Marketing and Communications; and Marley Stevens, Program Assistant of Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland.

Big Sis logo 2This is another in a series of  videos bc211 has produced that highlight and illustrate the important work community agencies do in supporting the public. We are excited to showcase the contributions these organizations continue to make in our communities. We invite everyone to watch the videos and learn more about what these agencies do, and what makes their work
so important.

bc211 thanks Gunjan Mhapankar for her contribution to this project and the UBC Centre for Engaged Learning for their support.

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