College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta - Council
Edem (Patrick) Etokudo is a General Manager, Operations Services at Sherritt International Corp. He has board/committee experience, including the boards of CCIS and Supply Chain Canada, AB; National Fellowship Award Committee of Supply Chain Canada, Program committee of SAIT and Bow Valley College. He is 2017 Alberta Supply Chain Executive of the Year and 2018 Fellow of Supply Chain Canada. Patrick has undergraduate qualification in Mechanical Engineering and a M.Sc in Procurement from the University of Galamorgan, Pontypridd, Wales.
Stacey Strilchuk is the Camrose Primary Care Network Executive Director who works with family physicians and healthcare providers to offer quality, patient-centered, primary care. She is currently Chair of the Hospice Society of Camrose & District. She is trained in the Kouzes and Posner Leadership Program. Stacey holds a Bachelors of Arts in History & Political Science from the University of Alberta.
Tyler White is the CEO of Siksika Health Services for Treaty 7. He is also President of the First Nations Health Consortium, which is working to enhance the coordination of health care service delivery to First Nations children in the province. With more than 19 years of experience in First Nations Health Care, Tyler has worked extensively with the federal government, Government of Alberta and Alberta Health Services to improve services and support.
Tyler most recently supported government initiatives as a member of the Alberta Mental Health Committee. He is also co-chair of the Joint Action Health Plan for Alberta Region (Tri-lateral table). Tyler has also served as an analyst, negotiator and manager for the Siksika Indian Self-Government Process, executive director for the Calgary Indian Friendship Centre, and with the Siksika Health and Wellness Centre.
A past winner of the First Nations Health Manager’s Award of Excellence, he is highly respected for his ability to collaborate, innovate, and build relationships across organizations and governments. Above all, Tyler is committed to strengthening and advocating the health and wellbeing of Indigenous people and communities in Alberta.
Laurie Steinbach obtained her Bachelor of Social Welfare degree from the University of Calgary. She began her career as a social worker for the Government of Alberta working in southern Alberta as a case worker in Juvenile Probation, Child Welfare and in Handicapped Children’s Services. Ms. Steinbach returned to university to obtain her Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Lethbridge. She then taught as an elementary generalist, as a Student Support teacher, and as a school counsellor in Bassano, Alberta and Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Ms. Steinbach currently works as a substitute teacher.