Our Team

  • Nova Scotia Physiotherapy Association

Our Team

BOARD, VOLUNTEERS, & COMMITTEES

The Nova Scotia Physiotherapy Association (NSPA) is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, supported by an Executive Committee and two Standing Committees.

Members are warmly invited to contact the Association at any time. If you would like to connect directly with any of the board members, send an e-mail to info@physiotherapyns.ca and we will assist.

NSPA BOARD, 2023-2024

President:  Monica MacDonald - president@physiotherapyns.ca

Chief Executive Officer:  Patricia Connors - pconnors@physiotherapyns.ca

Executive Assistant:  Candice Brewer - cbrewer@physiotherapyns.ca


Directors & Officers:

Rebecca Clark, Secretary 
Lauren Windsor, Treasurer
Heather MacAulay
Keltie Cheney
Lauren Edwards
Patrick Mayne
Tara Moore
Amy Prescott, Dalhousie 2nd Year Rep.
Kate Delehanty, Dalhousie 1st Year Rep.
     

NSPA Committees

The NSPA has two active standing committees that support the work of the Board on a project basis: the Member Services Committee and the Public Relations Committee. Committees generally meet 4-8 times per year and offer a great way for members to get involved with the work of the Association without a significant time commitment. If you are interested in becoming a committee volunteer, please contact info@physiotherapyns.ca.

MEMBER SERVICES Committee

Mandate: The Member Services Committee aims to achieve exactly what it describes, providing services to NSPA members. This committee is comprised of the previous Professional Development (PD) Committee, and the Awards Committee, and encompasses many other initiatives. Four main pillars define Member Services: 

1) Professional Development 
2) Awards & recognition 
3) Social planning 
4) Member engagement 

Initiatives and activities fall within one of the above pillars, and sub-groups will be working hard to bring exceptional member services to members.

Public Relations Committee

Mandate: The Public Relations Committee is responsible for identifying, developing, co-ordinating, and promoting opportunities that foster positive public awareness and understanding of the physiotherapy profession. Committee activities include creating targeted advertising, website development, and social media messaging.

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