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. 

Nursing Student Member:

Georgia Hall

Georgia moved to the Yukon in 2015 with her family. After high school graduation, Georgia started her first year of university in Dalhousie’s Integrated Science Program. After her second year, Georgia switched into a Bachelor of Science in Nursing to pursue a career that combines science and the art of working with people. After graduation, Georgia is hoping to work towards nursing in the ER. In her free time, Georgia enjoys cycling and CrossFit!

Public Member:

Francis Van Kessel

Professional Member:

Jessica Mulli, RN MN CNE

Jessica has been a nurse since 2011 and has practiced in Alberta and Nunavut, before moving to the Yukon in 2022.


Jessica has had a varied nursing practice spanning from adult medical oncology, to NICU and pediatric emergency, to advanced practice nursing in the North. Jessica has found her passion in nursing education and leadership in the North. With eight years experience as a nursing educator, Jessica has taught in a variety of settings including university’s, hospitals, and in remote and rural settings. She earned her Canadian Nurse Educator designation in 2020, and completed her master of nursing in 2022 with a focus on simulation in healthcare. Currently, Jessica is working on her doctor of nursing degree. She is studying how to grow herself and others as nursing leaders through the advancement of nursing education in remote settings.   


In her free time, Jessica enjoys spending time with her family. Her kids and husband are active with their dog, a “Yukon special”, named Zamboni. They also have a cat named Summer, who is well loved and named after Jessica’s favorite Dire Wolf in GOT. They enjoy hiking, swimming, and carting children to hockey, judo, swimming, and all the amazing family activities found in Whitehorse.  


Professional Member:

Megan Lee, RN

Public Member:

Janelle Yasay

Public Member

Mary McNulty

Professional Member:

Shellby Fulton, RN

Shellby is a born and raised rural Yukoner, member of Selkirk First Nation, and Registered Nurse. It is through this lens she listens, learns and leads.

Since becoming a Registered Nurse in 2014, Shellby has worked in BC, the NWT, and Yukon. Her healthcare career encompasses acute care, rural ER, advanced practice in remote communities, health care education and health care management. Her academic endeavours include a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Graduate Certificates in Rural and Remote Nursing and Child and Youth Mental Health, and more recently a Master of Arts in Leadership Degree. Shellby is also a firm believer in work life balance; you can find her doing house projects, hiking, camping, or adventuring with her family outside of working hours!

Shellby is passionate about academia, leadership, and nursing in the north. Drawing from her professional, academic and lived experiences, Shellby aims to cultivate safe spaces for nurses to become leaders and for Yukoners to access client centered, culturally safe health care.

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