College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta - Council
Linda Osinchuk is presently a self-employed consultant connecting community business &governments. Linda has many years' experience on boards /committees as Mayor Strathcona County (2010-2013), Councilor, School trustee, Rotary member, Hospital Foundation & recently as new member of Citizens Appeal Panel. Linda has graduated as a RN from Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science & Technology with 15 years of active nursing experience. Linda has received Leadership Award from Alberta's Industrial Heartland Assoc. Received the Queens Jubilee Medal.
Lisa Stebbins is currently the Managing Director of Older Adult Services with Carya Society of Calgary. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from York University in Toronto, Ontario and two post-graduate certificates, one in Public Relations from Humber College and the second in Human Resources Management from Seneca College. Lisa also holds a Masters degree in Leadership from Royal Roads University completed in 2013. Lisa achieved her designation as a Chartered Professional in Human Resources in 2004 and continues to hold the designation in Alberta.
Since beginning her work with Carya (formerly Calgary Family Services) in 2000, Lisa has held the positions of Human Resources Manager and Director of Homecare Operations. From 2013 – 2015, Lisa worked as an independent consultant providing expertise in human resource management, policy development and organizational effectiveness to diverse clients ranging from start-up oil and gas service companies to First Nations communities. In 2015, Lisa returned to Carya to provide operational leadership in the growing area of older adult programs and services.
With a keen interest in policy development, community initiatives and non-profit leadership, Lisa is passionate about older adults and ensuring that the sector can adapt to the growing and emerging needs of Alberta’s aging population. For this reason, Lisa serves as a Steering Committee Member for the Older Adult Council of Calgary and actively participates on its sub-committees for Mental Health and Housing and Age-Friendly Strategy. Lisa is also a Reviewer for the Canadian Centre for Accreditation.