Amaris Poznikoff, RN

Amaris has been a nurse since 2009 and has practiced in BC, Alberta, before finally moving to the Yukon in 2017.

With practice spanning from outreach and harm reduction, medical psychiatry, to high acuity and now management, Amaris has had the pleasure of experiencing the diversified role a nurse can have in a single career.

Understanding that nurses can have incredible impact, Amaris has moved her focus and passion to supporting the growth of nurses, their voice and their practice within the local, territorial, professional and ethical spheres of life.

Vice Chair:

Brook Davis, RN

Brook received her nursing degree from the University of Toronto in 2002. Her primary goal was to work in Canada's north. She worked for a year in Northern Manitoba in a number of First Nations communities. After visiting the Yukon for a canoe trip on the South MacMillian River she found herself in the firm grasp of The Spell of the Yukon.

In 2004 Brook and her husband bought an old trappers cabin and lived off-grid for the first few years while Brook worked at Whitehorse General Hospital and did some assignments with Community Nursing.

More adventure called and in 2005 they moved to Old Crow where Brook worked as the Nurse In Charge of the Health Centre for 3 years.

For the last 16 years Brook has been the Nurse in Charge of the Carcross Health Centre while raising a family and running a local business with her husband.

Member at Large:

Alyssa McCoy, RN

Alyssa completed her BScN through Laurentian University in 2018. After graduating, she worked critical care in Ontario.

Alyssa moved to the Yukon in 2019 and presently works in acute care. She joined the board in 2020 to serve her community and to learn and grow within the nursing profession.

When she is not working, Alyssa enjoys exploring all the Yukon has to offer with her family and dogs.

Member at Large:

Joscelyn Bergen, RN

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Indigenous Public Rep:

Francis Van Kessel

Public Rep:

Kylie Campbell

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