Islanders sharing their expertise with government boards
Engage PEI continues to connect Islanders with opportunities to impact communities across the province.
Fourteen Islanders have been appointed to four government boards this month.
“Islanders have a natural disposition to helping one another and stepping up to do what it takes to make our communities stronger on our Mighty Island,” said Premier Wade MacLauchlan. “Hundreds of Islanders have become involved in government boards through Engage PEI and I extend my thanks to all past and present board members for their engagement and for sharing their knowledge.”
Islanders are encouraged to join one of the more than 70 government boards that align with their interests and knowledge. Some of the boards currently seeking new members are:
- Community Care Facilities and Nursing Homes Board;
- Learning Partners Advisory Council; and
- Provincial Apprenticeship Board.
Here are the 14 people appointed or reappointed to four boards in December.
Early Learning and Child Care Board
Karen Edgar (representing the Department of Health and Wellness)
Erin Reid Terrio (representing Early Childhood Development Association)
Finance PEI Board of Directors
Cora Lee Dunbar (reappointment), Summerside
Muncey Harris (reappointment), Knutsford
Harold Publicover, Georgetown
Brian Annear, Montague
Ricky Sanderson, Cornwall
Innovation PEI Board of Directors
Jennifer Evans (reappointment), Charlottetown
Prince Edward Island Funeral Services and Professions Board
Adam Peters (representing the Department of Justice and Public Safety)
Rev. Dr. Arthur Davies, Summerside
Jeremy Crosby (reappointment), Queens County
Nancy Hashie (reappointment), Prince County
Shaun MacLean (reappointment), Queens County
Lowell Oakes (reappointment), Queens County