Sashia joined the BC Treaty Commission in September 2012 as a process advisor. In this role, she facilitates treaty negotiations, organizes forums, and leads special projects including: First Nations governance and ratification processes, communications, community engagement, and capacity-building. She also assists with policy research and development, and supports First Nations with overlap and shared territory discussions and dispute resolution processes. At the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII), Sashia supported the UNPFII Expert Members, and the Treaty Commission when it attended to advance treaty negotiations as a way to implement the UN Declaration. Sashia has over 10 years' experience working with Indigenous communities in BC and is a proud member of the Moricetown Band, Wet'suwet'en Nation. She has a BA in political science and First Nations studies from the University of British Columbia.