Audrey Salahub

Retired Executive Director

Audrey is the parent of two adults, one of whom has Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Audrey has been a driving force behind broad community efforts to address the issue of FASD throughout BC. Her vision and her outstanding efforts to mobilize individuals, families, and organizations were fundamental to the establishment of the Asante Centre.

Audrey was the project coordinator for the development of the book Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and the Criminal Justice System," written by Dr. Julianne Conry and Dr. Diane Fast. Audrey has over 20 years of experience as a family advocate, educator, and administrator. She has been a member of the FAS Provincial Consultation Group and a resource parent for the Society for Special Needs Adoptive Parents (SNAP). Audrey was a member of the Maple Ridge Child, Youth and Family Network, the Ridge Meadows Early Child Development Committee, the UBC Inter-professional Continuing Education International Conference on FASD Planning Committee, the Aboriginal Health Improvement Committee, and the Fraser Health Child Health Collaborative Feasibility Group.