The Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation Welcomes Shirley Cardinal to the volunteer Board of Directors


Greetings fellow Survivors and Adoptees, and extended community members,

Spring message from the board The Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation’s volunteer Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of new board member, Shirley Cardinal.

The Foundation has recruited new Board member Shirley to fill the vacant position of Human Resources to headline the Foundation’s service of Sixties Scoop Survivors. Ms. Cardinal is a Sixties Scoop Survivor and a proud Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation member and was born in Fort Chipewyan, AB. Shirley currently resides in Fort McMurray, AB., Ms. Cardinal serves her Nation and is subject matter expert in human resources management and specializes in corporate and operational human resources services with over 20 years of experience

Her passions are powwows, making arts and crafts, history, and education. Sometimes, the need for healing takes a blend of traditional and modern healing modalities that bring wisdom, shed light on many deep-seated issues, and bridge us back to wellness and feeling whole. Shirley was awarded a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal for her volunteer work. She is currently pursuing studies for a Bachelor of Commerce.

We are grateful for your continued support of the Foundation and invite you to support our new Board members on their new journey premised on trusted relationships, respect, reciprocity.  In the spirit of healing, restoration and solidarity,  gilakas'la, kinanâskomitin, marsee, marsi cho, migwetch, nia;wen, niaut, nakummek, nakirmiik, tshinashkumitin, wela'lin, tiawenhk, wliWni, nakummek, tiniki, LimLimpt, merci, thank you,

Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation Board Members