Vision: Resilient communities throughout British Columbia
Mission: Building emergency management capacity and resilience – one community at a time
Values: Integrity, Respect, Empowerment, Collaboration and Making a Difference!
Sybille Sanderson has been active in the world of Emergency Management since 1998. In 2004, Sybille became Emergency Support Services Director for a regional Emergency Program and in 2009 also became Emergency Program Coordinator. During that time, the region responded to floods, smaller wildfires, landslides, gas leaks, and numerous apartment fires.
In 2007, Sybille became an Emergency Support Services Instructor for JIBC and in 2016 started adding Emergency Operations Centre courses to her repertoire.
In 2019, Sybille retired from her full-time job so she could travel, continue teaching for JIBC and work with smaller communities to build their emergency management capacity.
On a personal note, Sybille has four grown children, 10 wonderful grandchildren and is currently look after her aging parents 24/7.