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Barb Vincent

Barb Vincent began her career working within various departments of the Federal Government, where she provided support over a ten year period. She then decided to pursue her passion of social work, and began working with clients in a variety of settings, including transition houses and residential treatment centers. Barb is presently working as a Vocational Consultant and Lead Job Developer with multi-barrier populations, who are challenged by poverty, corrections involvement, addictions, mental health issues and physical disabilities. Barbís education includes a Community Social Service Worker Diploma from Douglas College and has many certifications including Non Violent Crisis Intervention, Psycho Social Rehabilitation, and Mental Health First Aid and is presently enrolled in the Co-Occurring Disorders Advanced Citation.

Barb presently serves on employment related committees, including her role as an active member of the Faculty of Child and Community Services Employer Advisory Board at Douglas College.

Barb Vincent is passionate and dedicated to her present work with Triumph Vocational Services as Lead Job Developer for persons with disabilities in the Fraser Region including Surrey and Burnaby.


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