Audrey Michaud is originally from Bathurst, New Brunswick and moved to Nova Scotia 8 years ago. As a newcomer to Mount Uniacke, Audrey wanted to get involved with the nearby Windsor community. She joined the Fitness Junkies group and later started volunteering with different local organizations, one of which being the Windsor Elms Village. She is all about relationship building and harvesting strong community connections. Audrey now resides in Hantsport with her husband, Michael Peters, and her silly brindle pug.
Audrey is a passionate community development practitioner, mental health professional, and advocate. She has experience working with different indigenous communities both in local and international settings. She spent six years working with Glooscap First Nation in an administrative and community development role with a focus on tourism and wellness. She is now working at King’s-Edgehill School in Windsor, NS, as a school counsellor, supports students through social, emotional, and personal challenges. Audrey believes that a healthy community prioritizes mental health and wellbeing and that we all have the potential to create positive ripple effects within our own lives as well as the lives of others through individual and collective actions.