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Jodi Takhar


Jodi has been involved with Family Recovery Society from the beginning.   As a person in long- term recovery, and a mom of two teenage daughters, Jodi has relied on the support and community of FRS.  Jodi is a counsellor and clinical hypnotherapist.  She works in the recovery community, building and facilitating workshops and programs, and supporting people in early recovery find their way to healing and building their recovery capital.  She brings her professional experience, her active involvement in the recovery community and her previous service on other boards to FRS.  Jodi is honoured to participate in this special community and be a part of its growth to support more families on their adventure in recovery.


Samantha Kemppi

Vice President

Samantha is a mom of two daughters, full time Account Executive in the environmental services industry and the Vice President of The Family Recovery Society. I am honoured to be in a position to give back to the community that has helped me so much. My sales and management background, give me the skills required to elevate this organization to new heights so we can help even more families through the recovery journey. 


“Believe you can and you are halfway there." 

- Theodore Roosevelt 


Rebecca Kean 


Rebecca is a Mother in Recovery and a  grateful Mother of two Adult sons Rebecca has been a long standing member of The Mothers in Recovery group on Facebook and A volunteer Admin for the page .Rebecca’s passion For Resource gathering and Peer Support  work  and commitment to long term Recovery brings a well rounded life experience to the Family Recovery society  Rebecca is currently Finishing a Community Capacity Building certificate at SFU to Become a more effective leader by learning the theory and practice of community-engaged work including  grant writing and    Planning and implementing  projects  to  serve my  community


Robin Kean

Treasurer & Dad's Representative

Robin Kean is FRS’ Treasurer and Dad’s Representative. He has a passion for helping others, and brings experience in the non-profit sector as well as managing different businesses. He’s excited about the opportunity to help FRS grow.


Lisa Hutchings 

Member At Large

As a mother, daughter, sister and a wife in recovery, Lisa knew right away Family Recovery Society of Canada was a community she wanted to be a part of and to give back to. As a Board Member at Large, Lisa is committed to bring her creative knowledge to continue the growth of the Society. Lisa has experience serving on multiple boards and has worked for various school districts as a School & Student Support Worker and Intervenor. These roles have taught her to be collaborative, patient, empathetic and attentive.

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