Diana has been the Administrative Assistant for the DFN office in Kingcome since Feb 2017. Diana effectively applies a host of skills to her role including: organization & time management, attention to detail, working well with others, problem solving, computer use, interpersonal skills in oral & written communication all to ensure the efficient day-today running of the DFN office.

Diana considers herself very results orientated, doing a good job and achieving the desired end-result is her primary motivation. She finds it very rewarding working closely with others who share the same common goal. She likes to take on a challenge and rise to that challenge as part of a concerted team effort. Diana loves her profession, she has updated and established an effective filing systems in the DFN office. She has had the opportunity to work with the Chair and Council. She enjoys working with the management team having created an amazing working relationship with each individual. Having the opportunity to engage with many people from different organizations, which has allowed her to experience and connect professionally with a broad spectrum of individuals.

Diana’s current project is to promote and plan the upcoming 2017 Annual General Meeting in Kingcome Inlet. Set a date and location. Provide meeting notices to all On and Off Reserve Members, advertising, newsletter, social media, direct mail. Ensure all documents related to the AGM are mailed out in an effective timely manner. Coordinate travel arrangements. Update annually; notices of deadlines, travel, and agenda. The planning phase of this project has been successful to date, with teamwork.

“Gilakasla, my name is Diana Louise Dick, I come from the Dzawada'enuxw First Nation in Kingcome Inlet. My Parents are Mary Macko and Gordon Dick. I've lived in Kingcome since May 25, 2011. I am married to Leslie Dawson. I've worked at the Lilawagila School in Kingcome Inlet, and I presently have a seat on the on the Dzawada'enuxw First Nation Health Committee. My goal is to establish a personal connection with all of the Dzawada'enuxw First Nation Members on and off Reserve. My belief is communication is the root of all healthy relationships.”