We have worked with a large variety of clients ranging from Aboriginal organizations, governments, and others.
The firm is often affiliated with Aboriginal organizations and consulting companies to provide the client with the range of skills and experience necessary to complete each assignment. The firm has completed numerous projects with Aboriginal organizations, Governments, and other organizations.
W. W. (Bill) Zarchikoff, President
Mr. W. W. (Bill) Zarchikoff, a Social Geographer, (Instructor) Social Worker (Instructor and Field Practice), Criminologist (Chairman, Department of Criminology), Executive Director of non-profit agencies, and College Administrator, Director of Continuing Education and Director of Contract Services, is currently president of W. Zarchikoff & Associates. Bill has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours - First Class) and Master of Arts Degree from Simon Fraser University. Bill has taught college and university level courses at Simon Fraser University, Douglas College, Kwantlan College and Fraser Valley College in the social services and criminal justice syatem. Bill has over 27 years experience in working with First Nation, Inuit and Metis organizations in Canada, (14 years in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut) and has been retained as a consultant to First Nation, Inuit and Metis organizations, Governments, Crown Corporations and Non-Profit Organizations.
Bill has been involved in many major drug and alcohol projects: for example, Evaluation of the Treatment Centres and Inhalant Abuse Programs in the NWT, Site visits and review of Solvent Abuse Programs in the United States, Community Mental Health Strategies, Strategic Plan for the Delivery of Alcohol and Drug Services in the NWT, Canada’s Drug Strategy Baseline and Alcohol and Drug Problems for At-Risk Populations. Bill has also offered a number of workshops on Aboriginal proposal writing and fund raising strategies, the menace of meth, inhalant abuse, bullying, Aboriginal gangs and violence in schools.
For the past 27 years Bill has devoted most of his time in offering on-site and public workshops, regional forums and conferences for First Nation, Inuit and Metis organizations, as well as self- government negotiations for local, regional and national governments on issues relevant to First Nation, Inuit and Metis Peoples in Canada. Bill also speaks on a wide range of social, health and criminal justice issues at major regional, national and international conferences in Canada.
Rebecca Marinos, Communications Consultant & Coach
San Bruno, California
Passionate about using communication as a tool to improve the quality of life and work, I strive to create dynamic training programs, develop communications materials you can proudly stand behind, and design coaching programs that bring out the best of who you are.
I have a BA in Writing from the University of Victoria, an MA in Communication and Information Studies from Rutgers University, and a certification in Leadership Coach from New Ventures West, San Francisco. With over 15 years of experience in the field of communication, you can trust that I will give you my best while helping you achieve yours.
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