The Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation Welcomes Rochelle Lynne Guiboche and Pauletta Tremblett to the volunteer Board of Directors


Greetings fellow Survivors and Adoptees, and extended community members,

The Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation’s volunteer Board of Directors is pleased to announce the immediate appointment of two new board members, Rochelle Lynne Guiboche and Pauletta Tremblett.

With the recent appointment of the inaugural CEO, Dr. Jacqueline Marie Maurice, the Foundation has recruited new Board members to fill two vacant positions to bolster the Foundation’s service of Sixties Scoop Survivors.

“We are thrilled to welcome our new Board members. The Foundation’s role is to support the community of Survivors and both Rochelle and Pauletta add new geographic community representation to the Board, as well as bringing their unique passions and expertise to this exciting period of development for the Foundation.” Wayne Garnons-Williams, Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation Board Chair, says.

Rochelle Lynn Guiboche is First Nations Anishinaabe Ike and a member of Treaty 3 Wikwemikong Unceded Territory. She has an Administrative/Technical background and a vast knowledge of non-profits from working at the Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre Inc; and working alongside the Manitoba Government, Federal Crown Corporation and First Nations communities. Ms. Guiboche also brings to the Foundation her knowledge and passion for seeking justice for MMIWG2S and Calls to Action with Soles on Fire Marathon.

Pauletta Tremblett is Inuk. She works for the Nunatsiavut Government as the Inuit Health Survey Coordinator. She has a background as a Clinical Program Manager and Treatment Facilitator at a Family Treatment Centre. Tremblett has a BA from the University of Winnipeg and is nearing completion of her Bachelor of Social Work Degree with the University of Manitoba. Ms. Tremblett also brings to the Foundation her knowledge and experience working with Anger Solutions programming, spiritual guidance, and support for Indigenous families for reunification and empowerment.

“The Foundation is at an important moment in our work with Survivors and offering support. We are working with healing and wellness experts to develop programs. Pauletta and Rochelle’s experience and guidance will add a tremendous depth of knowledge to this work. I look forward to shaping the future of the Foundation with their help.” Dr. Jacqueline Marie Maurice, CEO of the Foundation says.

Our new board members will complement the current board roster and assist in immediate activities, such as establish policies and procedures, review financial recommendations, oversee the operation of programs and generally use their unique backgrounds to help the Foundation through its evolution into a fully operational organization.

We are grateful for your continued support of the Foundation and invite you to support our new Board members on their new journey premised on trusted relationships, respect, reciprocity.  In the spirit of healing, restoration and solidarity,  gilakas'la, kinanâskomitin, marsee, marsi cho, migwetch, nia;wen, niaut, nakummek, nakirmiik, tshinashkumitin, wela'lin, tiawenhk, wliWni, nakummek, tiniki, LimLimpt, merci, thank you,

Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation Board Members