College of Alberta Psychologists - Council
Elaine Andrews holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Economics from the University of Alberta. The majority of her work experience has been in the pharmaceutical industry. She was on the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta Provincial Council from 2014 until 2017, and served on the Appeals; Finance, Audit, and Pension; and the Leadership Review Committee. In 2017 she was appointed to the College of Alberta Psychologists Council and has served on the Appeals Committee and the Executive Committee of Council. She volunteers with the Centre for Family Literacy, Habitat for Humanity, and Wings of Providence.
Michèle Stanners is a nationally recognized culture leader and nation builder with over 30 years developing the arts and cultural landscape in Canada. Since 2000, she has developed a unique arts and experience based methodology to build bridges of understanding towards reconciliation. She has sat on numerous boards and is a long standing and active member of the International Women’s Forum, Calgary Chapter. She is a graduate of Harvard University, an accomplished pianist and provides strategic advice to leaders throughout Canada.
Joanne Taylor is a consultant that works with groups and organizations helping them to achieve their goals and objectives. Joanne has decades of Board and Committee experiences and was a former employee with the Alberta Government. Joanne has been a member of and chaired many non-profits in Alberta. Joanne was in the Native Studies program at the U of A, Executive Management Program of U of A and Business at Grant MacEwen University.
Garrett Tomlinson is Reeve of Northern Sunrise County in Northern Alberta. Garrett is a successful entrepreneur with experience in the health and safety, resource sectors as well as municipal and First Nations government as a consultant and elected official. Originally trained as a Level 3 Industrial Attendant, then Emergency Medical Responder and Finally Emergency Medical Technician, Garrett went on to own and manage a private EMS and Safety company for over a decade and has worked in multiple areas of the health care system. While living in his rural indigenous community, Garrett has developed a strong interest in indigenous health needs and delivery models and he remains an active emergency services volunteer in his home community. Garrett is also Managing Director of BlueDot Group of Companies which focuses on assisting First Nations to capitalize on entrepreneurial opportunities.