Jocelyn leads Service Delivery at Spinal Cord Injury BC, helping Peer Support and Info Services teams create innovative communities of support for people with SCI and similar disabilities. Jocelyn has lived with paralysis since childhood and had early experiences creating peer advocacy and support resources for youth with complex health conditions at BC Children’s Hospital. She completed a B.Sc in Cell Biology at Simon Fraser University, and post graduate studies in public health.
Jocelyn came to SCI BC after 10 years in population health research and grant development at UBC and ICORD, and creating the Consumer Engagement Program at the Praxis Spinal Cord Institute.
Whenever possible, Jocelyn spends her time with her family and pets, or on her handcycle in the woods.
My Latest Posts
- Best Gloves for Winter Wheeling
- SCI and COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Ask an Expert: Infectious Diseases, COVID-19 and Spinal Cord Injury
- Ask an Expert: Spinal Cord Injury Rehab & Exercise During COVID-19
- SCI BC’s Top Accessible Holiday Gifts
- Pole Sport & Sex: How Canadian wheelchair user Erin Clark is redefining the standards of pole sport and art
- Wheeled Mobility