Jodie Wickens

Coquitlam-Burke Mountain

Early Childhood Development and Child Care, Deputy Education
Community Office
Unit #510 - 2950 Glen Dr, Coquitlam, BC V3B 0J1

Jodie Wickens is a parent advocate and the past Executive Director of the Autism Support Network.

Jodie is the New Democrat Opposition spokesperson for Early Childhood Development and Child Care and deputy spokesperson for Education.

Faced with her oldest child’s diagnosis with autism, Jodie returned to post-secondary education to learn everything she could about autism and applied behavior analysis. She received honors at Douglas College in Behaviour Intervention and Classroom and Community Support and was the recipient of the Vickie Cammack leadership award.

She has worked alongside parents in advocating to ensure that every child gets the education they deserve and that staff in local schools have the resources they need.

Jodie is a mom of two young children, and has lived in Coquitlam for over 11 years.

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VANCOUVER – New Democrat Leader John Horgan announced changes to his shadow cabinet ahead of the coming legislative session, highlighting a strong team that will be working for all British Columbians, not just the handful of wealthy donors who had been paying her second …