Deea Bailey

Deea Bailey is Cree-Metis, originally from Treaty 6, who currently lives on the unceded territories of the Kwikwetlem,Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish, Stó:lō, Qayqayt, and Musqueam first peoples. Deea is an active member of CUPE Local 1936 in the Community Social Services Sector and is the current Diversity Member-at-Large for the CUPE Fraser Valley District Council. Deea was […]

Shelley Saje Ricci

Shelley carries the name Bear Paw Woman, belongs to the Eagle Clan and is of mixed Indigenous/European heritage with paternal ties to the Michel Band in Treaty 6 territory. She lives on the unceded kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem/Coquitlam) core territory and works on the sq̓əc̓iy̓aɁɬ təməxʷ (Katzie/Surrey) territory. Shelley has worked in the K-12 sector for 14 […]

Hailey Fielden

Hailey is the Alternate Diversity Vice-President for Pink Triangle and also the Co-Chair of the CUPE BC Pink Triangle Committee. Her pronouns are she/her, and she works as an Educational Assistant at CUPE Local 606, and is also a Trustee in her local. Hailey’s hobbies include listening to music, playing the ukulele and singing, being […]

Nicole Cabrejos

Nicole currently sits on CUPE Local 1123’s executive as the recording secretary and has been for the past 7 years. I am very proud to serve the members of the Okanagan Regional Library and take great pride in my upbringing in the Okanagan region. She is an OH&S Representative for West-Kelowna, and also serves on […]

Laurie Whyte

Laurie is a Return to Work & Accommodation Steward for CUPE 951. She is also Recording Secretary for the Local. Laurie is a Diversity Executive-Member-At-Large for Vancouver Island District Council. She has been a CUPE 951 member for over 45 years and a steward for over 31 years, including 25 years as Chief Steward. Laurie’s […]

Pat Shade

Pat has been a dedicated activist in Disability rights specializing in physical disabilities for over 20 years. He is the longest serving member of the CUPE BC Persons with a Disabilities Committee and the CUPE National Committee and have served as Chair on both committees. Pat looks forward to serving CUPE BC members to the […]

Edward Parsotam

Edward is a proud member of CUPE Local 728, which represents over 5,000 support workers for School District #36 (Attendants, Bus Drivers, Clerical, Caretakers, Maintenance, EAs, and Student Support and many more). CUPE Local 728 are in the unique position of working in B.C.’s largest and fastest growing school district.  Edward was elected as CUPE […]

Joyce Griffiths

Joyce Griffiths is the Diversity Vice-President and Chair of the CUPE BC Pink Triangle Committee, representing 2SLGBTQ+ workers. Joyce uses the pronouns she/her. Joyce also sits on the National Pink Triangle Committee. As a 32+ year employee of the North Vancouver School District #44, Joyce has worked as an Educational Assistant, Behaviour Support Worker, Facilities […]