Roslyn Woodcock, her partner and their dog live downtown in a tiny house with a garden filled yard. She owns two small businesses: Plan:write Consulting and Imagine Laserworks. She has a degree in city planning, a certificate in public administration and over a decade’s experience as a manager in the federal public service.
Roslyn has been involved in many local initiatives since she moved to Whitehorse from Inuvik in 1999. She is a board member on the Potluck Food Cooperative, is active with the local United Way Society and sits on the steering committee for Yukon Cares. Over the years she has been on the board of the Victoria Faulkner Women’s centre, has taken part in community theatre and comedy with the Guild and has worked with organizations of all sizes and types from: Volunteer Bénévoles Yukon to Skookum Jim Friendship Centre to Health Canada.
An avid trail user, dog walker and gardener Roslyn loves Whitehorse’s size, livability and slow pace. There really is no better place on earth. Of course, she hasn’t been everywhere so that might be an overstatement. She hears Spain is nice.