Staff or Employment Opportunities

Dr. Rosalin Miles

Executive Director and Founder

Dr. Rosalin Miles is Nlha7kápmx and a member of Lytton First Nation, BC. Rosalin completed her Education, Doctoral Degree, Curriculum and Instruction, major Exercise Science, and her Graduate Certificate in Non-Profit Management at the University of Central Florida. She completed her Master’s degree in Human Kinetics, specializing in Coaching Science, at UBC, her BA degree, Physical Education major, at Trinity Western University, and a diploma in Ph. Ed. at Langara Community College. Overall, Dr. Miles has a combined 36 years of experience working in the sports, fitness, education and health field in a variety of disciplines as a division one level NCAA level coach, registered kinesiologist, active release therapist, college and university instructor, research writer, awarded certified strength and conditioning specialist, and as a national level athlete. She has trained and developed Olympic and National level athletes, and has motivated the general population to achieve their personal goals. She currently works as the Research Associate at the University of British Columbia, School of Kinesiology, and within the Indigenous Studies in Kinesiology program.

Shawn Hanna

Project Coordinator

Shawn Hanna is a community member of two Interior Salish Nations. He was born in Vancouver BC, and since a very young age was always physically active and involved in team sports. He has also volunteered at several powwow events. Shawn has 18 years’ experience playing ice hockey, and now enjoys exploring the trails mountain biking. A combination of being active on sports teams and working in the restaurant industry has taught him fast paced service skills and team leadership. The position as the IPACC Project Coordinator will support him as a positive role model to be an advocate for a healthy lifestyle for the community, and most importantly mentor his 5 younger siblings to be healthy. He is excited to work in a field to empower Indigenous communities and explore new opportunities in Indigenous health and physical activity.