Shining a light on our Local Societies

In the spotlight today is our CPRS Local Society leadership. I tip my hat to all the Local Society boards, committees and volunteers for their outstanding work providing value to members and building community. More than this, they recruit new members, stage events, facilitate accreditation, manage communications, IT and finances, contribute to thought leadership, and so much more.
There are too many to name, but a well-deserved shout out to all the Local Society Presidents who generously give their time to sustain and elevate our CPRS community:

Catherine Dooner (CPRS Vancouver Island)
Theodora Jean (CPRS Vancouver)
Annie Doran (CPRS Northern Lights)
Lyn Brown (CPRS Edmonton)
Tom Ormsby APR (CPRS Calgary)
Michelle James (CPRS Regina)
Susan Harrison (CPRS Manitoba)
Stephen Heckbert APR (CPRS Ottawa-Gatineau)
Jenny Shin & Dave Scholz (CPRS Toronto)
Dustin Manley APR & Christine Szustaczek APR (CPRS Hamilton)
Patrick Howe ARP (SQPRP)
Wayne Knorr APR (CPRS New Brunswick/Atlantic Chapter)
Terri Mosher (CPRS Nova Scotia)
Sean Kelly APR, FCPRS (CPRS Newfoundland and Labrador)

With summer and vacations behind us, CPRS National is embarking on many exciting projects this fall. Behind the scenes, Committee, Council and Task Force Chairs and Presiding Officers - supported by Managing Matters and the National Board - are stepping up our ethics program, enhancing French language services and communications, making improvements to our awards program, supporting candidates through the certification rites of passage (PRK, APR and FCPRS), engaging academic institutions with new PD events, and preparing for the National Conference in Quebec City May 24-26, 2020
Thank you to Managing Matters and our mighty volunteers for making all this happen. If you’re as #CPRSProud as I am, please give them a shout out on one of our social media platforms.
 Victor Vrsnik MCM APR FCPRS

CPRS National President