Cheryl Charron(MAIS, BA Adv) has worked with adults with disabilities since 1999 in various settings.  In 2004, she started working at the FASD Centre at the Regina Community Clinic and has taken to heart the need to develop programming and support for adults impacted by pre-natal alcohol exposure.  Her master’s degree was in Integrated Studies in which she pursued adult education, narrative medicine, and writing.  Happily she was invited to attend Columbia University Medical Centre as part of her studies and presented at “Narrative Matters Conference” in Toronto.  Her BA was a double major, many years ago in Art History and English, in Saskatoon.

Since 2015, Cheryl’s been involved in the development of the online FASD Certificate program through University of New Brunswick. She’s also an instructor in the program.

Craig Reid (BTh, MALM) comes to the clinic with a variety of transferable skills and a growing desire to walk alongside the men and women in Regina who live with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.  Drawing on experiences in teaching, program coordinating, and coaching, while incorporating skills gained in conflict management, strategic planning and communication, Craig’s greatest hope is that his daily efforts at the centre will make a positive difference in the lives of the clients.  Ever the student, Craig desires to grow as a professional coach while deepening his understanding of this often ‘invisible’ disability.

Jason Galiegue was president of his community college where he gained extensive leadership skills.  Jason has worked with adults with autism and high risk behaviour.  Jason studied general arts/fine arts and his post-grad was in web design and animation.  Jason is an artist and enjoys pottery and photography.  Jason enjoy’s expressing himself through creativity.  Jason’s passion in life is being able to support as many people by sharing his positive influence with them as they navigate life living with FASD.