Miguel is responsible for providing strategic leadership and executive support to the President and Board of Directors to meet the vision, mission and strategic objectives of the organization. Miguel is responsible to lead, plan and execute the implementation and operationalization of the strategic plan’s four pillars:
- Member engagement
- Promotion of the profession
- Protection of the public, and
- Governance and resources for the provincial Association
Miguel leads and manages a team of professional employees. He is responsible for all matters related to the organization’s Board of Directors, Chapters, strategic plan, stakeholder and government relations.
Born in Scoudouc, New Brunswick, Miguel now lives with his wife and two young boys in New Maryland, New Brunswick. An avid fly fisherman, who also loves to golf with his wife and read fiction and non-fiction books, Miguel received his Bachelor of Social Work from St. Thomas University and his Master of Social Work from Carleton University.
Martine is the primary contact for practice standards, ethics and disciplinary processes. Martine also supports the regulatory process related to applications for registration. Her responsibilities include support to the Committee of Examiners, Complaints Committee, Discipline Committee and Practice Issues, Ethics and Professional Standards Committee.
Originally from Campbellton, Martine graduated from l’Université de Moncton in 2010 with a Bachelor of Social Work. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors and boating with her husband. She also loves to cook and try new recipes.
Keara is responsible for activities related to the promotion of the social work profession, member engagement and social policy. She provides support to the Education Committee and the Social Action Committee.
Keara graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Social Work degree from St. Thomas University in Fredericton. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, playing piano, and spending time outside with her daughter.
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Isabelle is responsible for the creation and planning of activities related to communications and media relations. This involves writing communications materials, and planning and arranging events in support of the NBASW mandate.
Isabelle graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English Language and Literature from St. Thomas University in 2017. She is currently completing her Master of Library and Information Studies on a part-time basis. In her free little time, she enjoys going on photography adventures with her partner and reading anything and everything.
Shae is the first point of contact for the office and is responsible for day-to-day general inquiries, as well as reception of members and the public. Shae assists the Association staff by coordinating all administrative activities in support of the goals, vision and mission of the Association.
Shae is a settler on Wolastoqey territory, and has a passion for bilingualism, performing arts and their role in the future of New Brunswick. You may find her rock climbing, playing frisbee, or taking in the local performing arts scene in Fredericton.