Heather Stordy is a Community Engagement Coordinator with Anglophone East School District. She has also worked in the role of Communications and as a Critical Response Lead throughout her career with the District.
Heather has a business background and attended both the University of Moncton and University of New Brunswick, Integrated Studies where she also received a Certificate in Community Studies. She has completed extensive training in the field of Community.
Some of the highlights of her career at Anglophone East school District are the Youth Mental Health Summit that received a Community Health Recognition Award from Horizon Health and the Lunch Bag program during the Covid lockdown of 2020. Her passion is youth mental health and advocating for the vulnerable sector.
Heather is a mom to three wonderful grown children and enjoys camping, snowmobiling and the beach with her husband.