Chantal Lacoste is the Community Engagement Coordinator for Snowflake Place for Children and Youth. Before working for SFP, Chantal launched Mealshare in Winnipeg, a social enterprise working to help end youth hunger locally and internationally. In 2017, Chantal received her bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Winnipeg. While attending university, Chantal volunteered and supported community resources, non-for profit organizations including, Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba, Willow Place, and Soup Sisters. She has received continuing education and trauma-informed skills from organizations including New Directions, Klinic, and MDAM. Chantal now holds a certificate as a Neuro-Linguistic Practitioner and is a certified Peer Zone Peer Support Facilitator.
Chantal is a compassionate advocate in supporting children, youth, and families who’ve experienced trauma and abuse and is passionate about helping individuals who are on their journey towards hope, health, and healing.