Jerome Marburg LL.B. MBA

Jerome was born and raised in South Africa, moving to Northern Alberta as a teenager. He started his university career at the University of Alberta (BA Sp) before going on to Dalhousie University (LL.B), Simon Fraser University (MBA) and Kennedy School of Government - Harvard University (Strategic Management of Regulatory and Enforcement Agencies).

Jerome has dedicated more than three decades to honing his craft as an executive leader of, and legal counsel to, regulatory bodies and associations. His focus has mainly been on the professions, ranging from natural resource management, to the built environment, and healthcare.

He is an expert in board governance, complex case management, right touch regulation, policy, organizational design, operations, strategic planning and Board/CEO performance planning and evaluation.

Jerome's focus is on ensuring that the YRNA delivers on its mandate of patient safety and public protection. This includes a commitment to ensure Cultural Safety and Humility amongst registrants and throughout YRNA's operations.


Paul Banks

Paul is a born and raised Yukoner with considerable experience working with Yukon's health care system.

Having completing an education in Philosophy with a focus on ethics and responsibilities, Paul took a position with the Yukon Government's Cabinet Office, working for the Minister of Health and Social Services.

Paul then moved on to work in Yukon's green energy sector before spending a brief stint in Ontario in the inter-generational wealth management field.

Paul returned to the Yukon in 2018 to work as YRNA's Operations Coordinator before assuming the role as Registrar in the fall of 2020.

Registration and Administration Coordinator

Kelly Fraser

Kelly grew up in Kenora, Ontario, a small city with several similarities to Whitehorse. His post-secondary education and early career involved graphic design. He moved to the Yukon in 2006 to experience what the North has to offer. In his spare time, he enjoys the outdoors and pursuing artistic photography projects.

Kelly brings to YRNA an extensive administrative and management background that includes private business, municipal government and Yukon based NGOs.

He brings experience and knowledge in client relations and customer service along with creative and organizational skills, research abilities, and experience in developing procedures and processes to this role.

Kelly values the mandate of YRNA and the work of nurses in the Territory. He shares our commitment to patient and cultural safety and public protection as well as working collaboratively with others to ensure YRNA’s ongoing success.