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Sue Doxtator, M.S.W.

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Sue Doxtator, M.S.W.

Director of FNMI & Diversity Programming


Sue Doxtator is from the bear clan and is a member of the Oneida Nation of the Thames, located in Southwestern Ontario. Sue has built her career on the belief that it is essential to be a strong advocate for ensuring that First Nation children’s rights are protected. Sue believes that getting to the root of issues, and providing holistic parent support is effective in the healing journey, and is ultimately best for the well-being of children and their families.

Sue graduated from Lambton College with an Early Childhood Education diploma, and has a Bachelor of Education degree through Brock University. She also graduated with a Master of Social Work degree from Wilfred Laurier University. Prior to her work at the Clinic, Sue worked for the Mnaasged Child and Family Services. She has worked to identify and address the needs of the community, and advocated at the Ministry level. Sue worked with staff to develop tools that are culturally inclusive.