Our Advisory Committee represents diverse Aboriginal communities, and helps to establish rapport with Aboriginal organizations across the country. Members include public health professionals, researchers, representatives of national organizations and experts who bring community-based and organizational experience to the table. Introducing our committee:

Warner Adam Executive Director, Carrier Sekani Family Services, Prince George, BC

Evan Adams Chief Medical Health Officer, First Nations Health Authority, Vancouver, BC

Kim Barker Deputy Chief Medical Officer of Health, Government of Nunavut

Michael Bird Public Health Consultant; Albuquerque, New Mexico

Kimberley Bulger Public Health Consultant; Ottawa, Ontario

Thomas Dignan
Board of Governors, First Nations University of Canada; Chair, Indigenous Health Advisory Committee, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons; Thunder Bay, Ontario

Don Fiddler
District Principal for Aboriginal Education, School District No. 39; Vancouver, BC

Anna Fowler Director, Department of Health and Social Development, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami; Ottawa, Ontario

Malcolm King Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University; Burnaby, BC 

Charlotte Loppie Associate Professor, School of Public Health and Social Policy, University of Victoria; Victoria, BC

Albert Marshall Mi'kmaw Elder, Eskasoni First Nations; Eskasoni, Nova Scotia

John O'Neil Professor and Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University; Burnaby, BC

Marjolaine Sioui Executive Director, First Nations of Quebec and Labrador, Health and Social Services; Wendake, Quebec

Isaac Sobol Regional Medical Officer of Health, Government of New Brunswick

Madeleine Dion Stout Researcher, writer, lecturer; Delta, BC

Shirley Tagalik Consultant and Principle Researcher, Inukpaujaq Consulting; Arviat, Nunavut

Jonathan Thompson Director, Health and Social Development Secretariat, Assembly of First Nations

From Yellowknife to Iqaluit, and from Ecuador to Ireland, face-to-face meetings at conferences, workshops, forums and dialogues allow for fruitful and often surprising exchanges, leading to new alliances, sparking linkages, inspiring partnerships. We particularly benefit from the help of our NCCAH advisory committee members, who generously continue to provide their expertise and leadership on behalf of the NCCAH at a variety of events and deliberations across the country and internationally. The NCCAH is grateful for their contributions and continues to rely on the expertise and guidance of all committee members.

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