Islanders lending their voices to government boards
Government agencies, boards and commissions continue to seek Islanders’ knowledge and skills through Engage PEI.
In August eight Islanders joined four different agencies, boards and commissions to share their knowledge, time and energy.
“Dynamic communities are fueled by Islanders’ commitment to making their province the very best it can be.The wealth of knowledge and skill that Islanders share with government boards help make our Island better.
My many thanks go out to all who have put their names forward through Engage PEI and I encourage everyone to use their voice to help our province reach its fullest potential.”
- Premier Dennis King
With over 70 government agencies, boards or commissions, Islanders can align their interests and knowledge with upcoming vacancies. Boards currently accepting applications include Learning Partners Advisory Council, PEI Marketing Council, Farm Practices Review Board and Employment Standards Board.
Every month, up to 20 vacancies become available. Visit Engage PEI for a full list of vacancies.
Eight people were appointed or reappointed to four agencies, boards and commissions by Cabinet in August 2019:
Community Care Facilities and Nursing Homes Board
Faye Kingdon, Charlottetown
Glenna Bakker, Springvale
Early Learning and Child Care Board
Anne Nicholson, Montague (reappointed)
Sterling Carruthers, Summerside (reappointed)
Laura Ann Noye, Tyne Valley (reappointed)
Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust
Arlene Pearly Rae, Ontario (reappointed)
Poverty Reduction Council
Barb Broome, Summerside
Kayla Watson, Charlottetown