Debra Sayewich is a member of the Wasauksing First Nation on the beautiful shores of Georgian Bay. Debra has over 30 years management experience as Director of Business Development in the healthcare sector, building collaborative, innovative partnerships, including bridging those between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. She engages her motivational leadership and coaching skills, with a proactive approach towards shifting program and policy changes in the community.
Debra is one of the founders of The Integrated Partnership for Seniors (TIPS), a collaborative group representing organizations that provide services and support for seniors. She is the Past Chair of the Prevention of Elder Abuse Committee York Region, an active volunteer for the “Out of the Cold” Program in Richmond Hill and trained presenter for the “It’s Not Right!” Neighbours, Friends & Families for Older Adults Program.
Debra genuinely believes that we must have a safe, secure environment where families trust that there are securities in place.
We just need to ASK & LISTEN