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BCCNM elections are conducted in accordance with the Health Professions Act and the college bylaws. Please see Section 4 of the BCCNM bylaws for information about voter eligibility.

2023 BCC​​NM election results

Three-year term of office starts Jan. 1, 2​​024.

Jenny Damstrom was the successful candidate for the licensed practical nurse board position. Ashley Gueret was the successful candidate for the nurse practitioner board position.
The vote for the contested LPN and NP positions was administered by Simply Voting, and included a recount for the LPN ballots.

Licensed Practical Nurse Board P​​osition

Jenny Damstrom (LPN) — elec​​​ted

Nurse Practitioner Bo​​​ard P​​osition

Ashley Gueret​​​​​​ (NP) — elected

​Registered Psychiatr​ic Nurse Bo​​​​​ard Pos​​ition

Tiffany Sayers​ — acclai​​med

​​Than​​ks to a​​ll of our  candidates

On behalf of the Governance Committee, many thanks to all of the candidates for their participation in the 2023 election and their interest to get involved in the college's work.​

About the BCCNM​​​ board

There are 10 board members. Five members are public representatives and the other five comprise registrants from the nursing and midwifery designations, i.e., LPN, NP,  RN, RPN, midwives. 

BCCNM current board»​

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