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FSJACL Leadership Team: Jordan Soggie, CEO

Jordan Soggie


Prior to working with FSJACL, Jordan worked in the affordable housing sector, from government to social enterprise approaches with private companies and non-profit groups. Prior to his time with the government of Saskatchewan, Jordan was a Clinical Case Manager for a Non-profit organization dedicated to supporting at risk dual-diagnosis individuals. He has carried that person centered approach, and philosophy of care throughout his career from clients to his staff teams.

Jordan’s Role as CEO is to lead FSJACL towards fulfilling its mission. He believes our people are our greatest strength, his focus is on ensuring we are building up our support professionals, so that our teams are focused on creating opportunities for people, opportunities where everyone belongs. Jordan takes a servant leadership approach to his role to ensure our direction is clear.

He is passionate about impact; he wants the work that we do and the outcomes of our efforts to benefit the lives of others.

When not working, Jordan is kept busy as a father of 3 young boys who love the woods, they spend most of their free time in the outdoors or engaged in Community/ Church activities.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Trina Sperling, Director of Services

Trina Sperling

Director of Services

Trina has worked at the Association since 2001 and has been a casual support in 5 programs, a full time support worker in two programs, a job coach, a community support worker, the Careers and Community Connection supervisor, Manager of Human Resources and Administration and now Director of Services. She provides leadership and guidance to the managers of each department. Among other things, it’s her job to ensure continuous improvements are made to our services. Trina loves working in a job that can truly make a difference in the lives of people that we support and their families.  She also loves to garden in the summer and do landscape design. Trina enjoys decorating her house, home renovations and traveling. Walking is her go to exercise, but she also enjoys swimming and weight training.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Tanya Neil, Program Manager

Tanya Neil

Program Manager

Tanya has been working for the association for 16 years.  She started out as a casual employee, went on to then supervise 3 of our House programs and is now the Program Manager. Tanya’s role as the program Manager is to oversee the day to day operation of the housing programs including the supervision of assigned services and staff.

Tanya is passionate about this work because it allows us to make a real difference to people's lives by getting to know people and helping them advocate for themselves. When not working, the activities and hobbies that fill Tanya’s time are gardening, fishing, baking, and cooking.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Brandy Longley, Director of Finance

Brandy Longley

Director of Finance

Brandy graduated from Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops with a Bachelor of Business Administration. She moved to Fort St. John in 2005 where she met her husband and has one amazing kid.

Brandy has happily navigated the finance world for over 20 years, crunching numbers with a smile. Outside of work, she loves reading books and baking treats. She also enjoys golfing and playing video games.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Sheri Ashdown, Inclusion and Employment Manager

Sheri Ashdown

Inclusion &
Employment Manager

Sheri started her career at the Association seventeen years ago, starting as a casual support worker and moving up to become the Careers Supervisor, then the Inclusion and Employment Manager. Sheri is passionate about helping supported individuals secure meaningful work, and loves seeing them succeed and break the barriers others put on them.

Sheri spends her workdays creating opportunities for individuals out in the community, and ensuring the inclusion and supported employment programs operate effectively and on budget. When not at work, Sheri can be found hiking and travelling, exploring architecture and historical sites, and spending time with her family.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Krystal Anderson-Gosselin, Administration Manager

Krystal Anderson-Gosselin

Administration Manager

Krystal (they/them) came onboard as a temporary Administrative Assistant in 2020 right before the world plunged into a global pandemic. After being offered a permanent position, Krystal eventually worked their way up to become the Administration Manager. Having family members with disabilities, including children with support needs, Krystal is passionate about setting folks up to thrive, and loves working with an Agency that does just that.

Krystal’s workdays are spent troubleshooting technology, updating processes, and ensuring the Agency’s Administration department runs smoothly. When not at work, Krystal spends their time sewing brightly coloured clothes, writing, dabbling in other creative hobbies, and having outdoor adventures with their family.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Evelyn Laing, Inclusion Supervisor

Evelyn Laing

SIL Supervisor

Evelyn started her career at the FSJACL five years ago, as a casual support worker in one of the housing programs. She then moved into a permanent position in the Community Connections inclusion program, working her way up to become the SIL Supervisor in 2024. Evelyn’s work involves helping her staff support individuals in developing life skills and accessing the community. She is passionate about her role because she believes every person we support deserves to belong in and contribute to the community.

When not working, Evelyn is a mom to two girls, and enjoys getting outdoors camping, hiking, fishing, and ATVing.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Michael Currie, 116th & DeeJay's Supervisor

Michael Currie

10th Avenue supervisor

Mike has been passionate about working in developmental services ever since growing up with a family member with a disability. Since then, he’s acquired nineteen years of experience working at Community Living organizations, first in Ontario and then the FSJACL. Mike’s days are spent overseeing staffing teams and ensuring supported individuals get to live their lives in ways that are meaningful to them.

On top of his career in developmental services, Mike has worked as a Specialty Woodworker. He spends the time he’s not at work with his wife and children, and enjoys fishing, camping, watching movies, golfing, and being involved in his Church.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Sarah Hunter, Home Share Coordinator

Sarah Hunter

Home Share Coordinator

Sarah believes that there is nothing more rewarding than building relationships, seeing   people set goals and succeed, and having fun while doing it! She’s worked for the FSJACL for four years, originally joining the team as a support worker before moving into a Leadership role.

As the Home Share Coordinator, Sarah ensures that individuals and Home Share providers are happy, healthy, have access to resources, and are following all provincial guidelines for shared living. When not at work, Sarah can be found up a mountain or down a trail, and is often busy attending music events, baking, and playing board games with her three children.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Kenda McKay, 4 Plex Supervisor

Kenda McKay

4 Plex Supervisor

Before beginning her career at the FSJACL, Kenda worked in the service industry, as well as running her own printing and promotional shop for close to twenty years. Now the 4-Plex program Supervisor, Kenda oversees a team of seven staff, who work together to support five individuals in a semi-independent living situation. She loves getting to see the difference her and her staff make in the individuals’ daily lives.

When not at work, Kenda gobbles up books and spends time walking her dog. She likes to garden in the summer months and knit and crochet when the weather turns cool.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Cheryl Cobbett, A-Street Supervisor

Cheryl Cobbett

A-Street Supervisor

Cheryl has been working with FSJACL for just shortly over 2 years. Her role involves overseeing the program and making sure all staff are supporting individuals in their day to day lives and activities and finding ways to get them involved in community events.

Working for the FSJACL gives Cheryl joy when she sees the individuals happy and being included in the community with the support of staff.

Her hobbies outside of work include spending as much time as she can with family.  Whether it’s having dinners together, going camping, fishing, hiking, kayaking, spending time at the river, or just hanging out and doing nothing.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Abbie Musil - Human Resources Coordinator

Abbie Musil

Human Resources Coordinator

Born and raised within the community, Fort St. John has always been the place Abbie has considered home. The opportunities, connections and community mindset are some of the reasons why she loves living here.

Abbie spent a few of my years in Victoria living by the ocean, and during her  time there she graduated from Camosun College with a Diploma in Business Administration and a Certificate in Digital Communications. Abbie’s previous job experience always involved being surrounded by people and helping others, which ultimately has led her to her new title as the Human Resources Coordinator within the Association!

In her spare time, Abbie loves practicing yoga, finding new recipes to cook, reading, and being around her two kitties! Abbie feels honoured to be welcomed onto the team and feels ready to experience what this new job position has in store.

FSJACL Leadership Team: Julia Tuka, Administrative Assistant

Julia Tuka

Administrative Coordinator

Julia loved working for the association many years ago as a support worker and couldn’t stay away any longer, she is now back with the FSJACL as an Administrative Assistant. In her role, she enjoys a variety of work, from day-to-day administrative responsibilities to helping with fundraising and event planning.

Through varying Administrative duties, her role is to support the Leadership team so we can serve the wonderful people we support.  Julia has always loved helping people see their worth and value, that’s why she loves coming to work and seeing that happen everyday at FSJACL.

When she’s not working, Julia enjoys painting, Home decorating, spending time with her family and gardening in the warmer part of the year.

Find Us

10251  100th Avenue
Fort St. John, BC
V1J 1Y8

We are CARF Accredited

The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitative Facilities (CARF) has awarded FSJACL another three year accreditation in 2023, the highest level of accreditation available. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT CARF

Land Acknowledgement

The Fort St. John Association for Community Living is committed to building and nurturing relationships with Indigenous peoples. We would like to gratefully acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional lands of the Dane-zaa peoples of the Doig River First Nation, Blueberry River First Nation, and Halfway River First Nation, in Treaty 8 Territory, also part of the Métis Nation homeland, and we thank them for their hospitality.

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