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 Emergency Management since 1998. Sybille has extensive experience responding to, coordinating response and recovery as well as training as a sessional instructor for the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC).
During her tenure with a regional district, Sybille responded to many house and apartment fires, and helped to coordinate community response and recovery from floods, smaller wildfires, landslides, and gas leaks.
In 2019, Sybille retired from her full-time job to travel, continue teaching for JIBC and work with smaller communities to build their emergency management capacity.
When COVID-19 impacted the world, Sybille was able to pivot to consulting and training online while caring for her elderly parents. This experience led to learning about tapping, formally known as Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Sybille is now in the process of becoming certified as a Clinical EFT Practitioner. Tapping is a great tool which helps us to reduce stress and work through troubling issues and clearing our limiting beliefs.
Now that travel is once again permitted, Sybille enjoys providing both JIBC and personalized training to communities.
On a personal note, Sybille has four grown children, 11 wonderful grandchildren and is currently look after her parent’s estate.