Our Team

Natalie Robinson

Executive Director

Natalie Robinson began her involvement with the organization as an active and dedicated director on the board for TNTLS.  Before accepting the opportunity as Executive Director, she held the position of Chair of the Board for the previous 4 years.  Natalie loves helping people and bringing local people and businesses together. She is an enthusiastic young leader in our community.  Even with a young family she began to get involved in the Young Parent Program at Vanier because she always wanted to give back to her community.​

Jenny Deters

Director, Chair

Jenny is the Chair of the Board and was among one of the first young parents to graduate from the Today N Tomorrow Learning Society’s Young Parent program. She currently owns and operates Design Therapy Inc, a furniture/home decor store in Downtown Courtenay. She has volunteered on many boards in the community over the years and currently serves as president of the Downtown Courtenay Business Improvement Association as well as a Chair for the Today N Tomorrow Learning Society. In 2016 she was honoured with winning one of Vancouver Island’s Top 20 under 40 awards. She is grateful to have had the young parent program 25 years ago and feels that she would not be where she is today without it. Her children are both successful adults and she is very proud of their accomplishments.

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.​