Steven Noble, PhD
Language Program Instructor
Steven obtained his doctorate at UBC. He has been teaching LINC programs at CCMANB for the past 4 years; prior to this, Steven was an ESL professor at the University of Ottawa teaching international ESL and B.Ed. students. Steven teaches English online and through blended learning relying on the Canadian National CLB standards for teaching English. Steven is on faculty at Yorkville University. Steven sits on the Board of Directors of Homecare Support Services and works as an affiliate researcher for research institutes in BC and Nunavut. Steven enjoys fixing up his house and gardening with his husband.
Suren Yoga Nathan
- Community Engagement Manager -
Suren’s work is focused on helping newcomers find a true level of acceptance and a deep sense of belonging within Charlotte County. Working with partner organizations, newcomers are brought together with local citizens in activities and events that promote harmony and build relationships. Suren also provides newcomers with employment services; businesses with cultural/racial education programs; and helps clients with ad-hoc needs. Prior to CCMA, Suren worked on IRCC and PCH funded projects across Canada, leading seminars on diversity, competing rights, and issues relating to identity and belonging. Work included national campaigns promoting diversity, documentaries on inclusion, and the creation of a forum studying the acceptance of multi-faith in Canada.