Rachelle Schott grew up in North Kildonan and lives in Fraser’s Grove with her husband Daniel and their two children. Rachelle has decades of community volunteer experience working with seniors, families and children at organizations like Concordia Hospital, Concordia Place, the Gateway Community Centre, River East Neighborhood Network Association and Good Neighbors Active Living Centre.
Rachelle trained as a Primary Care Paramedic and understands the importance of quality senior care, safe and affordable seniors housing and a health care system families can rely on. She worked with the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba talking about what it means to be treaty people with Manitobans from all walks of life on the path of reconciliation. Her work in the public school system has shown her the importance of small class sizes and affordable child care to create a strong learning foundation for children.
Rachelle is listening to North East seniors and families who feel ignored by the PC government. She’s heard from seniors who don’t feel safe in their homes, parents who worry about their kids’ future and families who are feeling overwhelmed by the rising cost of living. Alongside Wab Kinew, Rachelle is ready to fight for a brighter future for her community.