board of directors
Our board of directors were elected at our Annual General Meeting on March 6, 2019. Have a suggestion? Want to get involved? You can reach us by email at email@example.com
Matt is a Senior Consultant with Deloitte’s Public Sector Strategy and Operations practice. He holds a graduate degree in Social Policy and Planning from the London School of Economics and an undergraduate degree in Political Science, Economics and International Development from McGill University.
Donnalynn is an Employment Support Caseworker with the Nova Scotia Department of Community Services. She holds a Community Services Degree and is currently enrolled in the Master of Public Administration - Management program at Dalhousie University. With a keen interest in intergovernmental relations, Donnalynn values collaboration and seeks to support information sharing and best practices in public administration.
Awards & Recognition Chair
After spending 15 years as a journalist and educator, Angela began her career with the Nova Scotia Government in 2004 as a communications manager. She now leads the corporate internal communications strategy for the Nova Scotia Government as its Director of Internal Communications and Strategic Relations.
Angela has a degree in Communications and is a founding member and past co-chair of the Nova Scotia Government’s African Canadian Women in the Public Service Network.
Lynn Somers is the Director of the Nova Scotia Provincial Library with the Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage. She holds a Masters Degree in Library and Information Studies from Dalhousie University and an undergraduate degree in Science from St. Francis Xavier University. Prior to joining the Government of NS, Lynn worked for several years as a professional librarian at Halifax Public Libraries.
Secretary / Treasurer
Brendon is a Audit Officer with the Office of the Auditor General Nova Scotia. He is a graduate from the Master of Public Administration program from Dalhousie University and holds an undergraduate degree in economics from St. Thomas University. Brendon is currently working towards completing his Chartered Professional Accounting designation.
dr. Lori Turnbull
Dr. Lori Turnbull is the Director of the School of Public Administration and an Associate Professor of Political Science at Dalhousie University. Her book Democratizing the Constitution: Reforming Responsible Government, co-authored with Mark Jarvis and the late Peter Aucoin, won the Donner Prize in 2011 and the Donald Smiley Prize in 2012.
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Francesca is a second year student in the Masters of Public Administration program at Dalhousie University, where she serves as the External Relations Coordinator on the Public Administration Student Society. She has co-authored a forthcoming publication, Digital Distrust: Assuring Security and Trust in E-Government in Canada, in the Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Classics from Mount Allison University and a Masters of Arts from Brock University.
Awards & Recognition Committee
Governance and Nominating Committee