Sarah Cunningham brings over 20 years of experience of working and advocating with and for women, children and youth. Sarah is Cree from Rama First Nation with roots from Brunswick House First Nation and belongs to the Bear Clan. Sarah has worked in various capacities across the County of Simcoe and Canada with many non for profit organizations, Artists, Board of Directors, government and educational institutions. Throughout her learning journey, many leaders and trail blazing women have mentored Sarah. Sarah is passionate in organizing, collaborating and creating events to bring communities together to improve the quality of life and knowledge to create equality for our future seven generations. Sarah provides leadership, strategic communications through her collaboration on the creation of new research, policies, protocols, content creation, project management and development. She is a liaison between councils and community to identify overlaps and gaps to bring awareness to make change. She is responsible for planning, coordinating and delivering projects, research and events to the WAC’s initiatives.
Advancing women’s rights and participation in the economy, healthcare systems, education, democratic participation and their personal security.