Our Board & Staff

SASHA is governed by a passionate and committed volunteer Board of Directors. The SASHA Board is dedicated to providing consistent and careful direction to ensure that SASHA meets the needs of its clients, and evolves to continue leading best practices for mental health support.


The 4 Roles of the SASHA Board are:


Ensuring that SASHA is focused on delivering its Mission and Vision, and reviewing these regularly to ensure that they serve SASHA’s clients and community.



Approving plans and budgets, and supporting activities to ensure SASHA has the resources needed to fulfil its Mission.



Providing governance via strategic planning, policies and procedures, and risk management to ensure financial obligations are well managed, and operations achieve outcomes in an ethically and appropriate manner.



Creating connections between SASHA and the greater community to establish understanding and support for SASHA’s Mission and Vision, and to ensure relevancy of SASHA offerings.


Megan Hebert

Megan Hebert has been SASHA’s vibrant Board President for the past three years. Much of Megan’s youth was spent involved with the Lethbridge YMCA where a love of volunteering and supporting the community was instilled in her. After obtaining Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Management (Human Resources and Labour Relations) from the University of Lethbridge, Megan joined the SASHA Board eager to use her diverse skills to give back. Professionally, Megan is the Coordinator of Career Development at Lethbridge College, where she supports students in achieving their career goals by guiding them in, through, and out of post-secondary education. She is also currently pursuing a Master of Education in Adult Learning and Global Change from the University of British Columbia.  Megan is excited for SASHA’s future with a fantastic board and staff team focused on renewed direction and plans.


Lukas Neamtu

Lukas Neamtu is serving as the Vice President on SASHA's Board of Directors. During the day he works for the University of Lethbridge where he coordinates applied study courses and co-operative education work terms. It was actually through working with a number of applied study students who worked at SASHA that he learned what the organization does and how important their work is. Combine that with his belief that good people know good people, and joining the Board of Directors was a very easy decision. He is proud to serve SASHA so that the amazing work and impact can continue.


Chad Benson

Chad Benson has been the treasurer on the board of directors for SASHA since 2018. He also works at Today’s Country 95.5 hosting the morning show. Chad is looking forward to being a part of SASHA’s growth and development and seeing the positive impact the organization has on clients, staff community members and Lethbridge


Gary Palmer

Gary is a recognized Project and Program Implementation Rescue Specialist and subject matter expert. A seasoned professional with 20 years’ experience in Canada and internationally, he has managed SAP projects up to $200MM with a total of 130+ team members. He has reshaped organizations into highly effective business operations utilizing hands-on team leadership, change management, project scoping, business case development, project T.Q.M. and risk management. 


Nicole Benson

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Julie Winterburn


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Program Director

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Executive Director

Sherri Koskewich, RN

Sherri has been SASHA’s passionate executive director for more than 20 years. Highly skilled in community mental health and addictions, Sherri develops innovative programs and supportive housing using a holistic approach. Her commitment to setting the stage for successful journeys to wellness includes building strong, action-oriented interdisciplinary teams who put SASHA clients first.

Operations Administrative Assistant

Byron Parker

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Southern Alberta Self-Help Association

Transformative Mental Health Support

Phone: 403-942-2263

Registered Charity: 119254944RR0001

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