Edward Dunn is a Pastor with Ojibway and Abenaki Nation ancestry and lives on the Tsuu T’ina Reserve in Alberta. He holds a PhD degree in Public Health.
Rohan Watson is the Health Director at Nenqayni Wellness Centre, Family & Addictions Counsellor, Wellness Coach, Nutrition and fitness Coach.
Dave Fiedler has worked as a classroom teacher, school principal, writer, editor, and vegan restaurant manager. His love for Adventist history has led him to emphasize the combination of practical ministry and evangelistic outreach. Dave has written three books–Hindsight, d’Sozo, and Tremble.
Sherry Wirsz is a Registered Nurse with 30 years of experience in her own Out Call Massage Business in Toronto, ON. She spent 6 years in Lifestyle Training at Wildwood, GA and Eden Valley Institute in Colorado where she was also Director of Nursing for the Long Term Care Facility, she also did Bible Worker Training at Mark Finley’s in Chicago. Sherry a God-given passion to train Medical Missionary workers in cooperation with the Ministry so we can fulfill Christ’s Instruction to advance the Gospel work in Canada and beyond.
Campbell Page is a multi-faith, multi-cultural specialist Chaplain with the Canadian Association for Spiritual Care. He has 15 years of pastoral experience and holds a doctoral degree in community change and partnerships. Campbell is a member of the Metis Nation of Saskatchewan. He has a passion is for journeying with others to assist them in obtaining optimum mental health.
DeeAnna Dennis, MSW has been working with children and families for over 20 years in various capacities, both in ministry and professionally. Her professional practice includes international child welfare, child and family mental health therapy, addictions recovery treatment, and mentoring program development and management, which included recruitment, screening, training and retaining over 100 volunteer mentors and team leaders. She served and still serves as adjunct instructional faculty with Portland State University for 6 years. Aside from work, DeeAnna is passionate about parenting and nurturing a thriving and Spirit-led family life through homeschooling, helping her children discover their life passion, decolonizing their way of life, serving their community together and always making sure to keep life fun!
Brad Dennis, LCSW, MSW is Huu-ay-aht First Nation from the West Coast of Vancouver Island and has a BSW and MSW from Walla Walla University. During the past 17 yrs, his service included: the All Nations Center in Wapato, WA; mobile crisis team in Portland, OR; homeless youth outreach for urban Native youth in Portland, OR; inpatient psychiatric care; emergency room social work, community advocacy and policy; psychiatric emergency services and school social work. Currently, he works with his wife in their community wellness consulting business, T’ašii Hašah Consulting, providing consultation, training and coaching for aboriginal governments seeking to reclaim and restore traditional ways of wellness. He serves as a Community Youth Outreach Worker through the church in Nuxalk Nation Territory. He also works as adjunct faculty at Walla Walla University.