OUR STAFF: The secretariat
Prairie Skies Integration Network is run by a secretariat, the backbone of the Network. The secretariat staff facilitate and administer the processes that support the Network in reaching its objectives.
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Dalise began her career in the settlement and integration field in 2010 as the information advisor for the Moose Jaw Newcomer Welcome Centre (NWC), one of Saskatchewan’s regional gateways, and a division of the Moose Jaw Multicultural Council (MJMC). She later served briefly as a settlement worker in schools (SWIS) before returning to the NWC as program manager until 2018 when she moved to her current role.
She holds a bachelor of arts from Briercrest College and has pursued continuing education in international community development through Mount Royal College as well as training in project management through University of Regina.
With a sharp focus on collaboration and community development, Dalise is passionate about newcomer-community integration. She enjoys leveraging social, organizational, and financial capital for greater community cohesion.
assistant project manager
With over 15 years experience in the information technology, management and communications sectors, Jide is a proven specialist in administration, project management, communications and IT services. As a networking oriented professional with expertise in working with diverse people, Jide has collaborated with various partners and stakeholders to achieve desired goals and targets.
He graduated with BTech honours and began his career as a field engineer for RFL Group UK working with different clients including Prudential UK, Hewlett Packard, and SSP. He later transitioned into a management role where he successfully led various projects and collaborated with several partners.
Jide is passionate about providing support to all and sundry and this led him into joining Prairie Skies Integration Network to offer his wealth of experience in communications and work relations to enhance community-newcomer integration in South-Central Saskatchewan.