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Board of Directors

We believe that each woman has the right to decide for herself
the direction of her life according to her values and needs.

Archway Society for Domestic  Peace is incorporated as a Society in British Columbia and is a Registered Charitable Organization (#108170853RR0001).      Archway Society is governed by a board of dedicated people who provide oversight and participate in setting the strategic plan for the society.

The  Board of Directors provide governance leadership surrounding  Archway Society’s mission, strategic plan, and finance; be a voice for change and increase Archway’s profile in the community; increase the impact by creating strategic connections and contributing to fundraising efforts; act in a position of trust for the community. Board members have a moral, legal and financial responsibility to all our stakeholders to direct and protect the interests of the organization.

Archway Society for Domestic Peace provides a wide range of supportive services for survivors of domestic and sexual violence through safe shelter, counselling, child and youth advocacy, outreach services, and collaborative community projects.

Board of Directors

Colleen Dix



Kyla MacAulay

Vice Chair

Jan Shumay


Melanie Ramos


Claire Finch


Jane Whyte


Jonathan Jones


Become a Board Member

We are always looking to attract new board members who truly appreciate the vision of our organization and are able to volunteer their time and talents.

If you would like to join a diverse group of individuals who share a common cause – offering services/programs to support victims of domestic and sexual violence, we encourage you to contact us.

Contact us via mail or email:

Archway Society for Domestic Peace
ATT: Board of Directors
2400 46th Avenue
Vernon, BC V1T 9N5

Email: boardchair@archwaysociety.ca

Archway Society for Domestic Peace

Community Programs & Administration Office

250-558-3856 (fax)

2400 46th Avenue
Vernon, BC  V1T 9N5

We acknowledge that our workplace is within the northern part of the unceded Okanagan First Nation Territory and that many descendants of the Suqnaquinx (Suk‑anok‑can) still live here.