Jamie Sue was born and raised on a farm in Chatham-Kent. Leaving CK after high school to pursue college and employment it was a number of years until her return. For many years options for CK’s youth have been limited with the departure of the manufacturing base in the community.
She is a huge advocate for mental health, addictions, homelessness, inter-generational trauma and the government’s role and responsibilities for how the Indigenous people have been and still are being treated. An avid writer for most of her life, but only personally, she looks forward to sharing some of her experiences and perceptions with you while being challenged along the way.