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Team Spotlight

Get to know Dr. Todd Alec

Q: Where do you live?

A: Lheidli T’enneh, also known as Prince George.
Q: What is your position at RCCbc?

A: I’m one of the co-chairs of the RCCbc for Inclusion, Social Justice and Equity (RISE) Group.
Q: What does that mean?

A: My work involves providing Indigenous advocacy and support for the programs and education here at RCCbc.
Q: Describe RCCbc in three words. 

A: We are RCCbc.
Q: What motivated you to join RCCbc? 

A: I saw this as an opportunity to promote Indigenous advocacy and mentorship with a great group of people who want to improve rural health
Q: What do you like most about your job? 

A: I get to work with an innovative group of incredible, kind and passionate people who are working to improve rural health.
Q: What has been one of your proudest moments working at RCCbc?

A: The acknowledgement of Indigenous work needed to address the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action by incorporating funding into all future RCCbc proposals.
Q: What do you like to do on your days off?

A: Any activities with my three boys and wife.
Q: Where is your favourite place in BC?

A: Buckley House, which is north of Takla Landing. This is an area on which we’ll build a cabin.
Q: What is the next item on your bucket list?

A: To complete an Ironman!

Other team members

Jason Curran

Manager, Rural Research & Physician Engagement

Kirsten Quinlan

Project Assistant

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