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Council Directors

  • Shantel Ottenbreit

    Shantel Ottenbreit


    Current Role on AEAAC: Chair Subcommittee(s): Personnel Committee, Membership Committee, Website Committee, and Marketing & Promotions Committee Tenure on AEAAC: 6 years Education: Bachelor of Social Work, Registered Social Worker Proudest Moment on the Council: Becoming a registered ...

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  • Pam Burns

    Pam Burns


    Current Role on AEAAC: Vice-Chair Subcommittee(s): World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) Tenure on AEAAC: May 2015 – present Education: Bachelor of Social Work (Registered Social Worker) Proudest Moment on the Council: Website re-design Why Did I Join: I was hired to coordinate our local ...

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  • Monica Morrison

    Monica Morrison


    Current Role on AEAAC: Treasurer Former Role(s) on AEAAC: Director Subcommittee(s): conference steering committee, policy Tenure on AEAAC: September 2012 – present Education: Diploma Activation/Gerontology Honours Proudest Moment on the Council: Recognition by Government of Alberta of the ...

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  • Sarah Ramsey

    Sarah Ramsey


    Current Role on AEAAC: Secretary Subcommittee(s): Membership Committee & It's Not Right Committee Tenure on AEAAC: 1 year Education: Bachelor of Criminology, Master of Social Worker, Registered Social Worker Why Did I Join? I was introduced to the Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Council ...

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  • Steve Andrejiw

    Steve Andrejiw


    Current Role on AEAAC: Director Former Role(s) on AEAAC: Vice Chair, Chair Subcommittee(s): Hiring committee, website committee, conference steering committee Tenure on AEAAC: June 2008 – present (10+years) Education: Bachelor of General Studies, Applied Leadership, Registered Social ...

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  • Eva Chan

    Eva Chan


    Current Role on AEAAC: Director Subcommittee(s): Marketing and Promotions Tenure on AEAAC: 3 years Education: Master of Social Work, Registered Social Worker Proudest Moment on the Council: Becoming a registered society Why Did I Join? I believe in the mission of the Council in increasing ...

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  • Joanne Blinco

    Joanne Blinco


    Current Role on AEAAC: Director Tenure on AEAAC: new to the board effective November 2017 Education: Bachelor of Social Work, Registered Social Worker Proudest Moment on the Council: being voted in to be on the council Why Did I Join? I have a keen interest in assisting those who are addressing ...

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  • Sherry Dennis

    Sherry Dennis


    Current Role on AEAAC: Director Tenure on AEAAC: Member of the Committee since 2012 (With 1-year leave) returned January 2018. Why did I Join? I Joined the council (formally the network) to have the opportunity to represent Grande Prairie and Area on the topic of Elder Abuse. As the Director of ...

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  • Nicole Dowling

    Nicole Dowling


    Current Role on AEAAC: Member at large Subcommittee(s): To be determined Tenure on AEAAC: Year 1 Education: Master of Social Work, Registered Social Worker Proudest Moment on the Council: Being successful with my application to Council and getting to know a very talented group of Council ...

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