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Joan D. Constant Director

In August 2004, I convocated with my Masters of Aboriginal Social Work, prior to that I received my Bachelor of Social Work in 1995.


I  have worked in the field of Child and Family Services since 1995.  As well, I have had to opportunity to work in the development of the day cares within twelve First Nations.  I was also hired as a counselor for two agencies as well, I have been a lecturer for an evening social work class in the northern campus.  My heart has always been working with children.


It takes a special kind of person  to work in the field of child protection, and what keeps me grounded and focused are my grand babies (two boys), my daughter and a special child that has been a part of my life for a while.


I love travelling, and camping.

Mildred, Finanace Administor

My name is Mildred , I am employed with Wahkotowin Child & Family Services Inc. as finance administrator. I also have worked at other locations on the James Smith Cree Nation, such as the Band Office, Health Clinic and Bernard Constant Community School. I attended Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, received a Business administration diploma, June of 1995.1 have attended other courses and workshops to update my credentials got all types of certificates, too numerous to mention.

I married Walter in October, 1968 and now our own family tree, has expanded to 50+, which we are very proud of. Walter is still the provider for the family through his hunting expeditions, we are very much involved with the family, such as going on camping trips, fishing, hunting, berry picking, family picnics, birthday and anniversary celebrations. We teach the grandchildren and Chapans to have respect for the great outdoors, and everything thing else on here on earth.

Janet Okemow, Supervisor for the Protection and Prevention Programs

Education : Bachelor of Indian Social work University of Regina

Family: I have five children four girls and one boy

Grandchildren: I have 8 grandchildren which bring great joy to our lives First Nation: l am from the Montreal Lake Cree Nation originally from the Lucky Man Cree Nation

I have been in the social work field for seventeen years. My long term goal is to further my education and get my Masters in Social work. Someday start my own counselling business for our First Nations people.

Reach for the Stars! Tiniki

Sally Roberts, Prevention Worker

I was Born and raised in Pelican Lake Reserve. I am a single mom to four children & 7grandchildren.I also have raised a granddaughter from the age of three months, now will be turning 5 in February. I graduated with a Bachelor of Indian Social Work at SIFC in 2002 in Regina Sask. I moved to Alberta and started work in social work field in Alberta. I Moved back and applied for a job in North West Territories, worked there for two and a half years as a CFS Protection Worker and covered three fly in remote Hamlets plus Hamlet of Rae Edzo. Moved back home to Prince Albert, started to work in Wahkotowin Child and family Services as a CFS Protection Worker in 2007-2010.Resigned moved to Nunavut for two and a half months, worked in Wellness, women’s shelter couldn’t stand the remoteness, came home. I started working for Saskatoon Tribal Council as CFS protection worker and was based out of Mistawasis. I resigned and applied to Wahkotowin Child & Family Services in July 2014, got hired as CFS Protection Worker, later was transferred to Prevention Supervisor and later Prevention Worker.

Cheryl D. Bird, Integrated Family Service Worker

I am from Montreal Lake First Nations and spent most of my life there. I worked in various group homes as a child care worker for 15 years. I attended the First Nations University of Canada and received my Bachelors of Indian Social Work in spring 2014. On October 26,2015 I started my full time job with Wahkotowin Child and Family Service.

I have been living in Prince Albert for five years with my children. I am a single parent with three grown daughters and two younger children with whom I love spending my free time with.

Barb Morin

I am from Cumberland House Sask. I come from a family of 9 children being the second oldest. I have 2 children, 7 grandchildren and 1 chapan. I received my education in social work diploma in 1987 with University of Regina. My past work and education history entails working in the human services field as a sub teacher, Child & Family Services worker, and other extensive experience working with children and their families. I have a lot of compassion working with people from all walks of life and understanding where they're coming from.

Robyn Moostoos, Office Manager

Hi my name is Robyn Moostoos; I am from James Smith Cree Nation. I graduated from Bernard Constant Community School in 2010 and did summer employment as a clerk at the Margret Turner Health Clinic in the summers of 2009 and 2010. I had my first child in May 2010 and had married my husband in July 2010 and as of now we have two beautiful daughters and expecting our third child in August 2016. I have been working with Wahkotowin Child and Family Services Inc. since July 2012 as the office manager.