Jade Powers

Advocate

Jade Powers is a graduate of the Child and Youth Care Program from St. Clair College. She is currently studying Psychology with Thesis with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Windsor. Jade worked as a tutor for St. Clair College in English writing skills as well as Child and Youth Care Practices. Jade has gained various experience working with children and youth in multiple community agencies and both school boards. She also has experience working with children with autism, developmental delays, and mental health concerns. Throughout the school year, Jade is an In-School Mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Jade believes that we have a responsibility to advocate for those who are most vulnerable and at risk. The WECYAC has an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and youth in Windsor-Essex County.

“I believe that children and their families have a right to access community resources and agencies that work collaboratively to minimize re-traumatization and maximize healing.”

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