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Lorraine Naziel

Dinee Ze’  Tsake Ze’ Sky Ze’
Siy So Ze’   Wilawhl (Lorraine Naziel)
Si Bep  Mutt   Amos Naziel Ts’it ni’in
Si Ne’  Misiday  Janie Naziel
Laksamshu Dis Dikh, Tsaiyex (Sun House).

Lorraine works in Smithers at the Office of the Wet’suwet’en as At’en Ba’glgh’iyi z’ilhdic (ANABIP) Coordinator.  As the ANABIP Coordinator, Lorraine is responsible for providing services that allow for planning, preparation and facilitation of ANABIP processes, which are aimed at supporting Wet’suwet’en children and families. Her unique role within Wet’suwet’en traditional laws and traditional decision-making model encourages her to work closely with the Ministry of Children and Families and Development as a support for the Wet’suwet’en people.

Lorraine is also a mother of four children and grandmother to two. Her passion for helping others has led her to complete a Bachelor of Arts in Geography and she is currently on leave from the Candidate for the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Northern British Columbia.

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