The CLPNPEI Council is pleased to announce the appointment of the following Councillors to the CLPNPEI Council for an initial three year term.
Paul graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Carleton University and obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree from Queen’s University. He has practiced law as a management-side labour and employment lawyer for over 20 years and has been a partner at Emond Harnden LLP since 2013. Paul resides with his family in Stanhope.
Khitam was born and raised in Israel. Immediately after finishing high school, she studied Pharmacy and special needs education. A few years into her professional career, she met her husband. The two of them would soon welcome their first child and six more children would follow. She is the proud mother of seven. In 2007, Khitam and her family immigrated to Canada. Adjusting to the new culture and language was difficult but also very rewarding. In 2011, she felt confident enough with her English and enrolled in the Holland College Practical Nursing program. She graduated in 2013 and started working at Prince County Hospital in the surgical unit. She also took a position as a clinical instructor at Holland College. For over ten years, she has held both positions. She is proud and confident to say that she has dedicated her professional career to the field of nursing. She has also participated on different committees, such as Occupational Health and Safety, and chairperson of the UPSE education committee. A position which she has held for two years. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, visiting her children at their universities, and volunteering for various organizations. such as the “newcomers” organization.
Kacey graduated from UPEI in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and later from Holland College as a Practical Nurse in 2016. She has worked at both Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Prince County Hospital and is always looking for ways to grow in her career. She’s looking forward to her term as councillor. She currently lives in Lot 16 with her partner and daughter.
The CLPNPEI Council is also pleased to advise that three CLPNPEI Councillors, Anthony Carroll, Caroline Pardy and Tim Goddard have each been re-appointed for a second, three year term. The CLPNPEI Council is constantly evolving and looks forward to existing, newly appointed and re-appointed Councillors carrying out its work and governing its members in a manner that serves and protects the public interest.
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