Three-year term of office commencing Jan. 1, 2023.
Rose Melynk was the successful candidate for the registered nurse board position. Tanya Momtazian was the acclaimed candidate for the registered midwife board position.
The vote for the contested registered nurse board position was administered by Simply Voting .
Rose Melynk — elected
Tanya Momtazian — acclaimed
On behalf of the Governance Committee, many thanks to all of the candidates for their interest in becoming involved in the work of the college.
Aug. 31, 2022
The BCCNM Board is the college's governing body and receives its authority from the Health Professions Act (Act). It is responsible for the direction, leadership and strategy of the college, and works to ensure the decisions made by the college have the greatest impact in reducing risk or harm to the public as per its legislated mandate.
In accordance with the Act and the College Bylaws, BCCNM will be holding its first board election this fall.
Voting for the 2022 election will be conducted electronically and hosted by Simply Voting, an independent full-service provider of secure online elections. Registrants eligible to vote will receive an email from Simply Voting prior to the start of the election period with instructions on how to vote. Please see Section 4 of the BCCNM bylaws for voter eligibility conditions.
If you have any questions about your eligibility to vote, please contact the Governance Team at
email@example.com before Sept. 16 to confirm your status and ensure your contact records are up to date.
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. See
BCCNM's current board»
If you have any questions, please email