Andrea Muirhead can’t remember life without Sister Triangle. Her mother took her to planning meetings as a little girl and now, as an adult, she is helping plan Sister Triangle. Andrea lives in Regina, Saskatchewan and works with a Christian based non-profit organization, helping international people practice their conversational English using the Bible. Andrea loves to travel and get to know people from around the world. She loves football, volleyball, curling, cooking, anything Pride and Prejudice and is always ready to have a good time, enjoying and entertaining her friends!
Jen Mooney sometimes doesn’t know how she landed in the middle of a bunch of writers, but her friends — the writers — they know. Jen is a great listener (and writers always need a friendly ear). She is also an organizer, and we all know about writers and deadlines! Jen is curious and genuinely interested in new ideas and old ideas, too. She is the devoted mother of four boys, and the loving wife of one big, fun-loving boy, so it goes without saying that she loves her sister-time. Jen lives to serve her family, her community and her Creator.
Trinda Jocelyn is the creative, behind the scenes girl. She has spent her whole life on the prairies and longs to some day see a vast portion of the world. For now, though, she will stay put with her amazing, homebody, level-headed husband and the three people she is most in awe of in this world; her children. She is constantly questioning life while navigating her faith and is shown daily just how God has woven Himself into the fabric of her life. She is quietly, slowly, and sometimes painfully learning to become the child God intended her to be.
Deanna Cook spent most of her childhood in the Weyburn Public Library and maybe that is why she is now a part of Sister Triangle. Deanna is currently teaching at Harvest City Christian Academy within Regina Public School. When she is not busy with extra-curricular and her “kids” at school, she enjoys curling, planning her next international trip, and hanging outwith friends.
Sheena Koops teaches at Bert Fox Community High School, and has taught in urban, First Nations and rural Saskatchewan within private, band, and public schools. She is a published author (Voice of the Valley, 2006). Sheena and her husband Michael agree that their favourite accomplishments are three girls: Victoria, Moira, and Arwen. The Koops’ live in the Qu’Appelle Valley, Treaty Four Territory where Sheena blogs her Treaty Walks
Sara Pippus grew up in rural Manitoba with a deep appreciation for nature, community, and family. Not much has changed except she now calls Estevan, SK home. Sara thrives on new adventures, spends her work week in a small school community, and the rest of her time with family and friends. She really does love long walks on the beach, loves to read and learn, and is a child of the King.
Mary Muirhead is a retired high school teacher. She enjoys listening, learning, and laughing - also talking, teaching and travelling! You may find her on their farm, puttering around, listening to audio books or CBC radio, or at Fort Qu'appelle Saskatchewan, enjoying her grandchildren. She sees herself as a story- teller, encouraging herself and others to live a life of joy, because there is really no limit to the love of God!
Jenn Wallace lives in Saskatoon in a green house with John, Imogen and Isaac and two dogs. Every weekday morning Jenn goes to kindergarten to learn and to teach. She still hasn’t graduated, but every year the kids change. Jenn loves to do other things like sing, teach judo, buy way too many children’s books, read, and watch her favourite shows with John. She still wants to learn to play her guitar. She loves her church family very much. She loves being a part of a faith community which is also why she loves Sister Triangle and the encouragement it gives her.
Janelle Ross is a mom, mostly, which is great fun, frequently hilarious, and occasionally heart wrenching. She writes about mom stuff (and Jesus stuff and other stuff) at mymenandme.wordpress.com, and if you invite her, she’ll talk about it, too.