With 20 years of experience in public affairs, health care policy, strategic planning, and stakeholder and media relations, Jocelyn Stanton has worked on many high profile public sector projects in BC involving multiple stakeholders at the municipal, provincial and federal levels. As a senior advisor and Chief of Staff to three BC Ministers of Health, and then more recently working in public relations with Island Health, Jocelyn has a thorough understanding of the diversity of BC’s communities and how they intersect with the health care system.
Jocelyn is very passionate about governance, mental health, accessibility and services to support children with disabilities and their families. Jocelyn strongly believes that a healthy community is an inclusive acommunity, and that when everyone has the opportunity to achieve their full potential, the community as a whole benefits. With a keen interest in health regulation in the public interest, Jocelyn is honoured to serve as a public representative on the Board of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncturists of BC, the Board of the College of Naturopathic Physicians of BC, as well as the BC College of Nursing Professionals’ Registration Committee and Nurse Practitioner Standards Committee. Jocelyn holds her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Victoria.