Mireille T. Zatcha.

I was born in Cameroon, Africa and I have lived in 3 continents. This has given me an opportunity to adapt in different environments but most of all to learn about other cultures and ways of life.

Proud member of various community and professional associations, I am also a teacher by trade and I have more than 10 years of experience in this field.

Personal situations and recent events pertaining to discrimination of BIPOC happening all around the world led me to be more vocal about my activism. I participated in Black Lives Matter March in Edmonton and Fort McMurray, initiated and conducted Black History Month Celebration in my school and for the BCW in Action, and actively participated in BHM celebrations in my hometown.

I am also a certified Mediator and I am passionate about educating people and helping BIPOC facing challenges of discrimination and social injustice.

Topics I Can Help You With


Learn about different options available for you.
We offer 20 mins consultation before starting the process of mediation.
Choose a time when you will be available and have some privacy to talk.


Are you struggling to cope with the ending of your relationship or the death of a loved one?
I generally support clients for up to a year, helping you deal with grief, and often over a second year as you create a new life.


Social justice is a type of justice rooted in the idea that all people should have equal rights, opportunity and treatment.
Social justice promotes fairness and equity across many aspects of society.
In order to change the world, we need to encourage youth to lead change within their own communities.

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