Kim Davidson, BA, MA
Kim brings 25 years of counselling, community building and executive leadership experience at local and provincial levels in three sectors; education, social services and healthcare. She has dedicated her professional and volunteer life to empowering and advocating for children, youth and families in a variety of contexts. Kim is a leader that possesses the 'lived experience perspective' of having epilepsy when she was younger.
Phone: (604) 875-6704 press 3
Jas Lachar, BSW
Support Services Coordinator
Jas has been with the BC Epilepsy Society since 2014. Jas graduated from the University of Northern BC in Social Work and is currently working on her Masters. Her favourite part of her role with the Society is being able to provide information through the Partners in Teaching workshops, and facilitating the online support group. In her spare time, Jas enjoys watching documentaries and being out in the nature.
Phone: (604) 875-6704 press 2
Epilepsy Peer Support Lead
Chris is the longest serving member of our team, facilitating our Vancouver Support Group since 2002. Chris has a diploma in Recreation Leadership from Langara College and a diploma in Social Services, also from Langara. He has a weight-training certificate from the Canadian Fitness Education Services (CFES). In 2007, he received the British Columbia Coaching Award through the National Coaching Certification Program. Chris was diagnosed with epilepsy in 1999 and is an inspiration to so many.