Lisa Wolfe, Executive Director
Lisa Wolfe, has 15+ years experience working in non-profits organizations; her roles have included executive director, director of education and numerous other administrative roles. She has served on two non-profit boards including Theatre Terrific and Communities Embracing Restorative Justice.
Lisa was the Manager of Training for Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of BC (AFOABC) from 2014-2019, working with BC Indigenous communities in the areas of capacity building, financial management and community development. She is the Principal of Spirit Wolfe Consulting that provides consulting services in workforce development and business development to Indigenous communities.
Lisa completed the Certified Aboriginal Professional Administrator’s program in 2017 through AFOA Canada. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Simon Fraser University. One of her favourite quotes by Margaret Mead is: Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.
Sophia Hesp, Administrations Coordinator
Sophia started with LVSS in 2013 as a volunteer for one year and participated in several events. In 2014 Sophia was hired by LVSS and she is now our Administrations Coordinator.
Sophia’s background is in Finance and she has a passion for volunteering and helping others. She also enjoys the challenge of taking on new projects and participates with other organizations to benefit various causes.
Sophia spent her early childhood years in England and moved to the North Shore where she now resides. She graduated from SFU with a BA in English.
She is an avid reader, enjoys walking the trails across the North Shore and is a passionate cat lover.
Sophia has a strong sense of community and she uses her interpersonal and communications skills to identify the needs of others and to proactively identify solutions.