Sashia joined the Treaty Commission in September 2012. In her role, she facilitates treaty negotiations, manages and organizes forums and special projects including: First Nations governance initiatives, ratification processes, communications, community engagement, and capacity-development. She assists with complex facilitations, such as nation-to-nation engagement on First Nations overlap and shared territory discussions. Sashia works at the international level at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Rights (UNPFII) and the Expert Mechanism on Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP), supporting the Expert Members and the Treaty Commission on matters related to the promotion and protecting of Indigenous rights and title, and implemention of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Sashia has over 15 years experience working with Indigenous communities in BC and is proud to be both Wet'suwet'en and Chinese from Wiset (Moricetown), BC.
She holds a BA in political science with a concentration on First Nations studies from the University of British Columbia. Sashia is a Banff Forum member since 2018, and member of the Governor General's Canadian Leadership Conference in 2017. She serves on a variety of boards and committees, and currently serves on the Executive of the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology Board of Governors and the Canadian Roots Exchange.