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Board Election Results

Three members put their names forward for nomination for the three open board director positions and were acclaimed. These new directors will begin their term following the Annual General Meeting on April 7, 2022.

Nina Labun

Nina Labun

RN MN

Nina is a registered nurse with over 25 years of experience in various healthcare settings. She is currently in a senior leadership position in seniors’ care. One of Nina’s career highlights has been teaching and mentoring new nurses as a sessional instructor in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Manitoba. She has engaged with several non-profit boards in both long-term care and seniors’ housing sectors. These experiences have enriched her skills and knowledge of board governance, roles, and accountabilities. Nina believes that the profession of nursing plays a key role in providing a collaborative voice at the table of health planning and transformation.

Katrin Parim-Vital

Katrin Param-Vital

RN

Katrin currently works as the manager of patient care position in the pediatric intensive care unit at the Health Sciences Centre. Katrin graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Nursing and is currently taking her Master of Business Administration through the University of Fredericton. Katrin has diverse healthcare experience and knowledge, including acute adult medicine, critical care, travel nursing, rural health, and pediatrics. She also worked as a mentor for IENs. Katrin believes in the importance of providing nurses with the right tools for their success and professional development allowing them to influence safe practice, policy development, and process improvements.

Megan Scott

Megan Scott

RN

Megan Scott is a public health nurse in Brandon, with a focus in healthy sexuality and harm reduction. Previously, she was a senior staff member on the Public Health COVID Team for Prairie Mountain Health. Before becoming a registered nurse, Megan worked as a licensed practical nurse for three years in a rural acute care/long-term care setting. She pursued her Bachelor of Nursing to focus on community nursing and create a more holistic approach to how she cares for her clients. Megan has always been committed to being a leader and a positive influence on her peers. She prides herself in helping others to feel heard and appreciated.