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Cindy Morris


Cindy was born and raised in Prince George, BC. She moved away for 20 years and returned to Prince George in 2013. Cindy has worked as a SASO for School District No. 57 Inclusive Education Department since 2014.
Cindy has a strong background in finance and office management. She has had the opportunity to travel throughout BC, Alberta, and the Yukon training individual business owners, Indigenous communities and corporate staff on the use of computers and software. Cindy held the position of Vice-President for Marketing for a value-added wood manufacturer as well as owned a graphic design & printing company.

Cindy was a board member with the Quesnel & District Chamber of Commerce and served on their annual fundraising gala committee. In the past, she has volunteered with Scouts Canada, Prince George Air Cadets, and youth craft programs.

Cindy’s two wonderful sons have given her awesome daughters-in-law and four amazing grandchildren who all live in Prince George. She has a wide range of interests, her favourite over the last few years has been taking her grandchildren camping and introducing them to new experiences and places.

Cindy is a strong believer that every individual is entitled to have the best life ever. She considers it a privilege to be a part of the AiMHi community.

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