Administration

Sandi Reviakin, B.Ed.

My name is Sandi Reviakin.  I am in the Lax Gibuu (wolf) clan and belong to xGwoimtxw’s House.  As your Indian Registry Administrator I administer the Membership program  for the Kispiox Band. I assist our members by recording births, marriages, divorces, deaths, transfers, name changes, adoptions and registrations on the Indian Registry Program. I gather the supporting documents and forward them to Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada for processing. Entitlement is determined by the Indian Act.

As the Lands Manager I maintain all records with the most recent legal descriptions of all property located on-reserve.  I completed a two year program with the University of Saskatchewan and the National Aboriginal Lands Association and I am now a certified Lands Manager.

I enjoy working for our Band and providing services to our membership. If you have any questions regarding membership, lands or the upcoming election please call or drop by the office any time. I work from Monday to Friday - 8:30 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. and from 1:00 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. Best to call ahead for an appointments so I can have all the paperwork prepared for your signature.  With Covid I am not doing face-to-face appointments I will bring all documents to the front for you signature.

 

Merci Harris

Hello my name is Merci Harris.  I was recently hired as the Social Development Clerk. I assist the social development worker by performing duties and responsibilities which include not only eligibility-testing for social assistance and the payment of allowances, but may include a wide range of activities of a social and economic development nature.

As the social development clerk I maintain a confidential file on each client which is to include case recordings and copies of all required forms in connection with application for assistance, correspondence regarding the case and records of all disbursements of funds, including amounts and purposes.

Merci also assists with completing reports for submission to Gitksan Government Commission and to Aboriginal Affairs And Northern Development Canada with copies retained in the band office.

Merci is currently on medical leave.

 

 

Gwen Johnson

My name is Gwen Johnson. I was hired as the Kispiox Band office receptionist in August 2013. I am the first person to meet and greet you.

My duties include answering phones, filing, faxing and photocopying, assist the Finance and Social Development Departments.  I also attend the monthly meetings and prepare the minutes for our Kispiox Band Council.

I maintain the office supplies inventory and order supplies as needed. I assist with the Kispiox Community Hall and ABE bookings and appointments for various department.

Gwen is currently on medical leave.