Board members are appointed a term of four years, which may be renewed.
Chair - First elected to Grand Bay Council in 1992, Grace Losier became the Mayor in 1997 following a re-structuring study that resulted in an amalgamation of the Town of Grand Bay and the Village of Westfield. She has just recently been re-elected to the office for a 6th term. Read more.
A long-time chartered accountant, Doug Baker has been active in his community serving as a board member of countless organizations. Residing in Riverview, Doug has received the Paul Harris Fellowship Award from Moncton West Riverview Rotary Club for his significant volunteer work within the community. Read more.
Jeanne Evelyn Breau
Jeanne Evelyn Breau of Miramichi worked with Public Health Services as the Sexual Health Program and Clinical Coordinator for 26 years, and is an active member of the community. Jeanne started her career as a registered nursing assistant. Read more.
Cathy Carnahan is an award-winning writer, photographer, author and educator and has published 3 books about her hometown of Miramichi. Cathy is currently the Community Schools Coordinator for the Anglophone North School District in Miramichi. Read more.
John Cormier led many important provincial programs including: bridge maintenance, ferry operations, and building maintenance as an engineer. Graduating from Université de Moncton with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering in 1973, John had a long career with the New Brunswick provincial government. Read more.
Linda G. Forestell
Linda G. Forestell was elected to the Board of the Horizon Health Network in May, 2012. Since then she has served as Chair of the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Committee. From 1992-1997, Linda served on the Board of the Region 2 Health Corporation in Saint John. Read more.
Dan McCarthy of Florenceville-Bristol works as an educator in the Anglophone West School District. He holds an education degree from the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton. He taught school in Ontario before returning to New Brunswick to work at a transportation business. Read more.
Michael McCoombs of Miramichi has worked extensively in the financial industry since 1972, holding several managerial positions with Royal Bank of Canada. Michael has served as Chair of Finance for the Miramichi City Council and served a term with Economic Development. Read more.
Karen McGrath is President and CEO of Horizon Health Network. Karen joins Horizon following her role as President and CEO of Georgian Bay General Hospital in Ontario. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to her role as President and CEO with more than 35 years of experience. Read more.
Jane Mitton-MacLean is a lifelong resident of Moncton who has a long history of giving back to her community through volunteering for many boards and charitable organizations. She is currently on the board of the NB Adoption Foundation. Read more.
Tanna Pirie-Wilson is currently the CEO of the Tobique First Nation, responsible for all band operations and administration, including budgets. She regularly leads community engagement activities and works with various levels of government to ensure that to ensure proper policy development and adherence. Read more.
As co-owner and health care consultant of Verus Consulting, Carol Reimer has worked on projects regarding health care access in developing countries, funding models for health resources, rural health, cost-comparisons between models, health care resourcing, and community health. Read more.
Pauline Richard is a New Brunswick Community College graduate in civil engineering, a field in which she has worked for many years. She is currently employed with the Villa Maria, in Saint-Louis-de-Kent, in nursing. Read more.
Mary Louise Schryer
Mary Louise Schryer of Quispamsis was a member of the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from 2006-2010 representing Quispamsis. During her career as MLA, she held several positions including Minister of Social Development, and most recently, Minister of Health in 2009-2010. Read more.
Martina Shannon of Saint John graduated from New Brunswick Teachers' College and University of New Brunswick's Arts and Education. She retired as Department Head of English at St. Vincent's High School. During her Saint John teaching career, she was a co-operating teacher for many students. Read more.
André Veniot is a Project Officer/Policy, Planning and Performance Assurance with a federal government department based in Moncton. A graduate of Saint Thomas University, he is an award-winning former journalist with experience in print, radio and television, primarily with CBC and the Telegraph-Journal. Read more.