We Are IH: Administrative leader passionate about helping others

April 20, 2023
Wendy explores the area around Trout Lake.

Name: Wendy Glover (she/her/hers)
Job Title: Team lead, administrative support services, KB Community, Clinical Operations, South
Years of Service: 26
Worksite: Kiro Wellness Centre
Community: Trail
Ancestral Territory: Syilx and Ktunaxa
Favourite Quote / Advice to live by: Several years ago, Wendy required a lengthy, complicated surgery, the anxiety leading up to which she described as “numbing.” She was reminded of how she wanted to approach the situation by the quote “get busy living or get busy dying” from The Shawshank Redemption.

Administrative support service team lead Wendy Glover has a passion for helping and supporting others – from alleviating work from coworkers, to creating positive process change in the workplace, to ensuring the health and safety of her team. After 15 years working at Trail mental health and substance use (MHSU), she was promoted to team lead for the region, where she enjoys the work she does – particularly when she’s able to relieve stress from her colleagues through her organizational skills.

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