Note: This article was originally posted in our Autumn 2018 newsletter, and has not been updated.
Our Council meetings are open to members and the public. If any of these highlights from the October Council meeting, held October 10 & 11, 2018 interest you, you can click here to read more in the meeting materials.
Executive Committee 2018-2019
Council voted at its last meeting to acclaim the following council members in roles of the Executive Committee:
Tiffany Haidon as President
Claire Ramlogan-Salanga as Vice President (Professional)
Jennifer Lemon as Vice President (Public)
Jan Teevan as Executive Member at Large (Professional)
Susan (Sally) Lewis as Executive Member at Large (Public).
Annual Financial Statements
The College’s audited financial statements of operations were approved on behalf of Council at the Executive Committee meeting on September 2, 2018.
Revision to the Council President’s Job Description
Council amended the Council President’s job description to allow both professional and public members of Council to run for President.
The President is ultimately responsible for the fulfillment of the vision, mission, guiding principles and strategic priorities of the Council. Public participation and involvement in the decision-making processes of Council is critical to the College’s duty of regulating the profession of midwifery in the public interest.
Continuing Competencies & Approved Courses
The College has developed information and a new approved course list to assist applicants and members in determining what courses to take to meet the College’s continuing competency requirements for initial and ongoing registration. You can review the College’s information on continuing competencies here.
Thank you, Isabelle Milot
The College would like to thank Isabelle Milot, who has completed her term with Council for the contributions made to Council and Executive, the dedication she brought to chairing the Registration Committee, and the insightful service she provided as a professional member governing midwifery in the public interest.