Heather Snethun - Teacher in Alberta
Heather Snethun grew up on a family farm at Lougheed, Alberta. She became interested in the co-operative movement at Goldeye summer camp and is a graduate of the program. Her evolution into adulthood included being an auction sale clerk, painting fuel tanks on farms, and judging 4-H speak offs. She spent a summer as an interpreter for United Farmer of Alberta’s History in Motion, a mobile museum celebrating the history of the co-operative movement in Alberta. She has served on UFA’s New Advisory Council, including attending a co-operative youth convention and is a current member of UFA’s Co-operative Leadership Council. She assisted her father in his role with Alberta Pulse hosting a Chinese delegation farm tour. Heather graduated from the University of Lethbridge with a B.A./B.Ed. and is currently substitute teaching while raising her two young children.