Board of Directors

These wonderful volunteers make our organization shine! Their efforts both in-front and behind the scenes truly boost the programming that we can offer our families every day. We thank you!!!

Heather Cail


Raised in the Comox Valley, Heather moved to Edmonton to pursue employment opportunities. She worked as an Executive Assistant at Servus Credit Union for 7 years before having her daughter in 2016. Heather and her family relocated to the Comox Valley in 2017 and she has spent the last 3 years working for the City of Courtenay. Heather enjoys cooking, mountain biking and paddle boarding at the local lakes and rivers with her husband and daughter. She joined the TNTLS Board in 2020 after her daughter attended the facility and is looking forward to supporting the Society’s future endeavors. 


Sarah McMahon

Director, Secretary

Sarah joined the board as Secretary in 2015. She worked at St Joseph’s General Hospital from 2007-2017 and currently works at Comox Valley Hospital as a Medical Laboratory Technologist. Sarah has three young children who have/are attending TNTLS programs. Sarah grew up in the Cowichan Valley and started volunteering at age 14 in various capacities and continued through university (anti-smoking campaigns, after school programs for at risk youth, recreation accessibility for kids with disabilities, hockey team training/first aid, peer tutoring). She is looking forward to helping the society achieve its goals.​



Zoe Campbell


Zoe enjoys living in the Comox Valley for the well rounded family lifestyle it allows.  In the past she has volunteered for a variety of causes including tutoring at inner city schools and working to encourage girls to pursue science and math.

Zoe is keen to participate as a Board Member in order to assist the further development of the Today “N” Tomorrow Learning Society.  While serving on the Board, she hopes to strengthen community awareness for the important work the Society does, as well as ensure that the Today “N” Tomorrow Learning Society remains strongly positioned to remain a successful, much needed resource in the Comox Valley.  Having a daughter enrolled in the program, Zoe values the extraordinary services the programs provide and hopes that these services are accessible to many future families in the community.


Kristina Gilchrist


Kristina has lived in the Comox Valley since in 1996. Making Cumberland her home, she has worked for Coastal Community Credit Union for the past 12 years. She has a beautiful and creative teenage daughter that reminds her of the many other aspiring young women in our community . Kristina has recently taking up running as her go -to activity and enjoys exploring the many trail systems that the Comox Valley has to offer. Kristina is looking forward to volunteering her time with TNTLS and can’t wait to see what the future holds for this great organization.

Thomas Dargie


As a Consultant with Investors Group Financial Services Inc. I help clients get more out of their money, so they can get more out of life.  I am equally committed to volunteering my time as Treasurer for this board in order to help my community thrive and give back to an organization that has supported vulnerable families for the past 30 years.

Justina Johnson

Director, Co-Chair

Justina is the current Co-Chair of the Board and a graduate of the Today N Tomorrow Learning Society’s Young Parent Program. Justina works in Campbell River at York Portable Machine Tools as an office administrator. Her journey with the board began in the 2012-2013 school year, when she was the Young Parent representative at the Comox Valley Women’s Business Network where she attended monthly meetings with respective TNTLS board members. It was during that time that Justina knew she wanted to be apart of the Society’s future and contribute to its continued growth. Currently, Justina is being mentored by the Chair of the Board, Jenny Deters. She is honored to have this opportunity to learn and give back to the community that provided the support and guidance she needed to finish high school and create a positive future for her young family.