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Paige Lennox

CHAI’s Founder and CEO, Paige Lennox, served as a Registered Nurse for 25 years, working with patients and families in acute critical care, addictions and end-of-life care. Her professional and personal experience enables her to bridge the gap between the medical community and the patient. She knows the system from both the patient and healthcare practitioner perspectives and uses that knowledge to ensure that patients and their families have the information and support they need to make healthcare choices that are right for their unique situation.

Katie Isbell – Executive Assistant

Originally from the UK and with a background in social justice and education, Katie has a keen interest in ensuring that people have access to information and support to navigate challenging areas of their lives. She joined CHAI with the intent of applying this passion and knowledge to the Canadian healthcare system. She has joined the team to support the CEO and CHAI’s mission of increasing the work of patient advocacy across Canada.

Sarah Wasilenkoff – Disabilities Expert, End of Life Doula

Sarah has a passion for empowering people with information and support. She has a social work background and worked with victims of power-based violence for 15 years on the Sunshine Coast in B.C. and then in Nelson, located in the beautiful West Kootenay mountains.

The Advisory Board

Beth Gallup

Beth Gallup uses her MBA in New Venture Development to work with publicly-traded companies, research-driven universities, growing businesses and new start-ups – including her own.

Aubrey Muirhead

Aubrey’s firm specializes in estate and financial planning services. He believes in team-based solutions and works with tax and professional money managers to address his client’s needs.

Ron Clark

Dr. Clark has been a Family Physician and GP Anesthetist in the Canadian health care system for 40 years.

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