BC CRN Spotlight: Introducing Anjali Marshall

BC CRN's newest mentor Anjali Marshall

BC CRN is pleased to welcome and introduce Anjali Marshall as the new Regional Mentor for Northern Interior BC, including Lakes District Society, Fraser Lake, Vanderhoof, Quesnel, Robson Valley, and Prince George. She is replacing Tim Rowe who we gratefully acknowledge for his 10 years of service.  

Anjali comes to us with an impressive portfolio of local, rural, national, and international experience with for-profit and non-profit organizations in administration, social housing, community engagement and development, and volunteer coordination. 

Her most recent professional posting was with Brightside Community Homes Foundation where she was the Residential Tenancy Specialist, assisting in providing safe and affordable housing to low-income seniors and families. 

Her passion for community engagement spans many areas of need: assisting with refugee settlement, and EAL students with employment and educational opportunities, setting up and managing social housing projects in Vancouver serving mainly Indigenous populations. She is also currently a mom to three rescue cats. 

We look forward to working with Anjali and are confident the CRNs in her care will benefit from her passion and experience. 

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