Connie Epp, Aboriginal Women's Advocate
Connie Epp is the Aboriginal Women's advocate for the Whitehorse Aboriginal Women's Circle. She is an Aboriginal woman and long time Yukoner who understands the struggles that Aboriginal women face living in the North. She has extensive experience and a deep understanding of the systems and services available in the Yukon. She has the knowledge and experience to navigate those systems, and provide assistance to others.
In addition to her knowledge and experience, Connie has dedicated the last decade to educating herself in ways that can improve her abilities to assist women and the community. She has the following degree and certificates:
- Bachelor of Social Work, University of Regina
- Northern Justice and Criminology Certificate, Yukon College
- Community Service Preparation Program Certificate, Honours, Yukon College
- General Studies Diploma, Yukon College