Our Staff

Hope’s Home proudly employs qualified and energetic staff whose passion for helping children with complex medical needs is just as strong as our own.

Jacqueline Tisher, RN – CEO & Founder

With a 19 year background in paediatric nursing, Jacqueline is a Registered Nurse and the Founder and CEO of Hope’s Home. Under the authority and guidance of the Board of Directors, Jacque works closely with her executive assistant, and she is responsible for implementing the organization’s strategic plan and achieving the missions, goals and objectives of Hope’s Home.

Jacqueline has excellent interpersonal skills that are essential to working with a diverse group of individuals. She consistently and effectively represents the organization at meetings with government officials and other agencies, creating liaisons to promote the growth and development of the organization, as well as creating new partnerships to facilitate the growth of Hope’s Home.

Nicole Cook, LPN – COO

As the Chief Operating Officer, Nicole is accountable and responsible for maintaining the strategic direction and operations of all Hope’s Home facilities. She works very hard to ensure that the organization maintains the highest quality of care in support of the families and caregivers.

As a graduate from SIAST Woodland Campus in Prince Albert, she obtained her License for Practical Nursing and additional education in the field of Early Childhood Education. Nicole brings her aptitude for problem solving and strong leadership capabilities to Hope’s Home’s growing organization.

Lisa Wyatt – Senior Manager of Early Learning and Childcare

 

 

Amanda Wirth, LPN – Senior Manager of Supportive Living

Amanda graduated from Alberta’s Practical Nursing program, and has brought a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm to Hope’s Home. Amanda’s responsibility is overlooking all operations for our supportive living homes. These homes provide 24/7 care for children with complex medical needs who do not have a place in a community home. Amanda works hard to ensure that these children have a fun and safe environment to live and play alongside other children, and to participate in the early development programming we offer at Hope’s Home.

Kelsey Stewart, BBA – Fund Development & Marketing Manager

As a graduate from the Paul J. Hill School of Business at the University of Regina, Kelsey has her degree in Marketing with a Certificate in Economics. At Hope’s Home, she is responsible for managing internal and external communications strategies, as well as implementing a strategic plan for raising vitals funds for the organization, including attending and planning a variety of fundraisers throughout the province.

Kelsey has a lot of experience in the non-profit sector, and is very much involved in volunteer opportunities in the community, including travelling to different countries to build homes for low-income families.

Evelyn Marcil – Executive Assistant

 

Imran Sajid – Controller

 

Cara Wickstrom – Finance Administrator

 

 

Pam Schneider, RN – Manager of Supportive Living, Regina

Before Pam went to school for Nursing, she worked as an Early Childhood Educator and an assistant Pre-School teacher for approximately 2 years. Pam graduated from University of Saskatchewan with a degree in Nursing in 2010 and completed her final practicum at Hope’s Home.  Upon graduation, she has been employed with Hope’s Home ever since. Pam has worked her way through many different positions at Hope’s Home, starting as a casual nurse and now moving into the Regional Operations Manager role.

As the ROM, Pam is a part of the team that assists in ensuring the programs are running to the best of their ability. Pam provides support to families within the community, their children and all the staff employed within Hope’s Home. She strives on creating a team focused work place that is centred around children. She promotes Hope’s Home’s philosophies and mission, and brings that to her day to day operations.

Aimee Depko – Manager of Early Learning & Childcare, Regina

Nicole Foy, – Regional Operations Manager, Prince Albert

Mickey MacGillivray – Education Supervisor, Prince Albert

Lori Boen, RN – Regional Operations Manager, Saskatoon

Graduating from the University of Saskatchewan – College of Nursing with a degree in Nursing, Lori has experience in daycare settings, neonatal intensive care, emergency medicine, undergraduate and diploma nursing education.

As Regional Operations manager for Hope’s Home in Saskatoon, Lori administers the philosophy, mission and objectives of Hope’s Home; is accountable and responsible for the operational activities and staff management in all programs. Lori works with all members of the team to ensure the children are part of an integrative, safe, fun and child friendly environment