Who We Are

Our Committees

ARNM's committees and volunteers are crucial to the advancement of the nursing profession in Manitoba. Volunteering with ARNM allows you to share your expertise, further your career, be a health leader, and connect with nurses

Advocacy Committee

The advocacy committee works with ARNM staff on advocacy issues, initiatives, and strategies to realize ARNM’s vision of advancing the nursing profession and public policy as leaders in health.

This committee requires members who are:

  • Interested in furthering healthy public policy and advocating for nursing, healthcare, and the social determinants of health
  • Willing to act as an ambassador for the organization
  • Able to commit to the time required to participate on the committee

Visit our Advocacy in Action web page for more information.
If you are interested in learning more about our committees or how to get involved, please email info@arnm.ca.

Awards Committee

The awards committee provides recommendations for the Professional Nursing Awards and the Centennial Legacy Awards (administered through the Canadian Nurses Foundation).

This committee requires members who are:

  • Interested in promoting and supporting the recognition of nursing excellence
  • Willing to act as an ambassador for the organization
  • Able to commit to the time required to participate on the committee

Visit our Professional Nursing Awards web page for more information.

Emerging Leaders Network

In keeping with ARNM's strategic goals, the Emerging Leaders Network (ELN) advisory group guides the ongoing development and direction of the ELN. This network was formed to provide opportunities for nursing students, new graduates, and novice nurses in the first five years of practice, to collectively share and explore solutions for common issues.

The advisory group facilitates opportunities for mentorship, collaboration, leadership, meeting/event facilitation, and professional development.

Visit our Emerging Leaders Network web page for more information.

Finance Committee

The board finance and audit committee ensures the development of processes, accountability, and performance measures that will maintain the financial integrity of ARNM.

Committee requirements:

  • Governance experience on boards
  • Experience in budgeting and finance
  • Membership-based organization experience
  • Able to commit to the time required to participate in the committee

Governance Committee

The role of this committee is to perform delegated work related to aiding the board in achieving its strategic goals.

Committee requirements:

  • Governance experience on boards
  • Bylaw drafting experience
  • Policy drafting experience
  • Membership-based organization experience
  • Able to commit to the time required to participate in the committee

Professional Development Committee

The role of the professional development committee is to coordinate educational opportunities, such as our weekly Talk Tuesday webinars, that are consistent with the mission, vision, values, and strategic plan of ARNM. This committee is led by members for members.

Visit our Talk Tuesdays web page for more information on our weekly professional development series.