FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kjipuktuk, January 14, 2022: The Transition House Association of Nova Scotia (THANS) welcomes Ann de Ste Croix as Provincial Coordinator. The Acadia University and Dalhousie University graduate will bring a wealth of experience to THANS, both in supporting its member organizations as well as working collaboratively with government and other equity-seeking entities.
As a former Litigation Paralegal for a local personal injury and insurance firm, Ms. de Ste Croix has developed a reputation for being an advocate for those in need. During her time as a Dalhousie University graduate student in the Masters’ of International Development Studies program, Ms. de Ste Croix conducted academic research that focused on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on public health. THANS is pleased to welcome Ms. de Ste Croix to the organization and looks forward to its future.
The Transition House Association of Nova Scotia (THANS) is an umbrella association of Violence-Against-Women shelters across the province, including two Mi’kmaw Healing Centres. Our member organizations provide culturally appropriate transitional services to women and their children who are experiencing violence and abuse regardless of race, gender identity, religion, age, ability, or sexual orientation.
THANS’ ten member organizations work with women and their children in twelve locations across Nova Scotia: Sydney, Waycobah, Port Hawkesbury, Antigonish, New Glasgow, Amherst, Truro, Millbrook, Bridgewater, Yarmouth, Digby, and Kentville.
Ann de Ste Croix