Fiona Lee has been the Coordinator of the Mothers Offering Mentorship & Support (MOMS), for 7 years. She has a Masters degree in Adult Education from the University of British Columbia and certification as a Postnatal Educator from the International Childbirth Education Association (ICEA). She also holds an undergraduate degree in Religious Studies and certification in English as a second language from Queens University, as well as a degree in Employment Counselling from Douglas College. Fiona has worked in a variety of adult education contexts, such as immigrant, refugee, and mental health support, in addition to employment and life skills education and training. Together these experiences have prepared her to advocate and care for vulnerable mothers and children, preparing insightful programming and nurturing the personal and communal growth of our volunteers and families.