CFSA picks members

Ponoka resident Charlene Burns has been reappointed to the Central Alberta Child and Family Services Authority (CFSA)

  • Aug. 1, 2012 3:00 p.m.

Ponoka resident Charlene Burns has been reappointed to the Central Alberta Child and Family Services Authority (CFSA)

The new board co-chairs are: Christine Moore from Red Deer County, who has served as a board member for one year; and Jason Sansregret from Consort, who has served more than four years.

The other board members are:

– Patricia-Jo Churchill (Innisfail)

– Roxanne Stillings (Consort)

– Lorraine White (Louis Bull – Hobbema)

– Alice Berger (Drayton Valley)

– Lori McCrea (Lacombe)

– John (Jack) Ramsden (Three Hills)

– Grace Higgins (Red Deer)

The 10-member board of the Central Alberta CFSA supports the efforts of the CFSA by providing strategic direction, monitoring and assessing regional activities, providing governance support, and connecting central Alberta communities to all facets of the organization.

Central Albertans benefit by having board members bring a variety of community perspectives and experiences to the governance table. Members discuss the work of the CFSA in the community and appreciate input from central Albertans. As an agent of the Crown, the Central Alberta CFSA is an integral part of the ministry of Human Services.

The board of the Central Alberta CFSA is appointed by the minister and is accountable to the minister.

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