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1 1  * (% style="font-size: 12px;" %)**Alison Gerlach, PhD, MSc (OT). Assistant Professor, School of Child & Youth Care at University of Victoria**
2 -Alison is a first-generation White settler of English and Welsh descent who is privileged to live and work on the unceded, traditional territory of the Coast Salish peoples for the past 30 years, including the lands of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) Nation where she lives with her family and the lands of the Llwungen, Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples where she currently works in the School of Child & Youth Care at the University of Victoria.(%%)\\
2 +Alison is a first-generation White settler of English and Welsh descent who is privileged to live and work on the unceded, traditional territory of the Coast Salish peoples for the past 30 years, including the lands of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) Nation where she lives with her family and the lands of the Llwungen, Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples where she currently works in the School of Child & Youth Care at the University of Victoria.
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3 3  * (% style="font-size: 12px;" %)**Diana Elliott, Provincial Advisor at the Aboriginal Infant Developmental Program of British Columbia
4 -**Diana is Coast Salish from Cowichan Tribes in Duncan, BC and Nuu Chah Nulth from the Hupacasath First Nation in Port Alberni, BC. Working from the philosophy that each child is a gift from the Creator, Diana appreciates the importance of enriching early and lifelong learning and the benefits of child, parenting and family support from a culturally meaningful and safe place. Diana has a vision for Indigenous child, family and community health and wellness and is proud to work with AIDP for almost 30 years. Diana has been in her current role as provincial advisor to 55 Aboriginal Infant Development Programs (AIDP) for 17 years. Her three grandchildren have renewed her passion in her work.(%%)\\
5 +**Diana is Coast Salish from Cowichan Tribes in Duncan, BC and Nuu Chah Nulth from the Hupacasath First Nation in Port Alberni, BC. Working from the philosophy that each child is a gift from the Creator, Diana appreciates the importance of enriching early and lifelong learning and the benefits of child, parenting and family support from a culturally meaningful and safe place. Diana has a vision for Indigenous child, family and community health and wellness and is proud to work with AIDP for almost 30 years. Diana has been in her current role as provincial advisor to 55 Aboriginal Infant Development Programs (AIDP) for 17 years. Her three grandchildren have renewed her passion in her work.
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5 5  * (% style="font-size: 12px;" %)**Jason Gordon, Provincial Advocate at British Columbia Association of Child Development & Intervention**
6 6  Jason is a fourth-generation White settler privileged to live, work, and play on the traditional unceded territory of the Syilx/Okanagan Nation. His work with the BC Association of Child Development and Intervention (BCACDI) focuses on advocating for an equitable and accessible system of services for children and youth with support needs. BCACDI is committed to participating in research and collaborating with partners to improve service delivery with Indigenous children and families.