Kirsten is a patient leader with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and other comorbidities who compliments her lived experience with her professional expertise in federal audit and evaluation, as well as management consulting.

Kirsten holds a degree in economics and mathematics, with a specialization in statistics. She has spearheaded multiple federal working groups, led change management strategies, and implemented governance frameworks, demonstrating a deep understanding of program and project management. Her collaborative efforts with various government departments, including CIHR, PHAC, and the United Nations, highlight her adeptness in representing key interests in inter-governmental discussions. Kirsten’s proficiency in risk management and her experiences in consultative roles for various Steering Committees and Boards of Directors contribute to her holistic approach to management.

A former member of the ICanCME Trainee Development and Medical Education Working Group, Kirsten is committed to leveraging her life experience and professional expertise to improve the lives of Canadians living with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.



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