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Carmen McGregor
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President/ BOH Representative, South West Region Carmen McGregor.

Carmen is a Municipal Councillor with Chatham-Kent. She joined the alPHa Board in June 2015 as the South West region's Boards of Health Representative and became alPHa Vice President in June 2016.

Prior to municipal council, Carmen was a publicly elected School Board Trustee for the Lambton Kent District School Board for 11 years. She served as Chairperson for 3 years and Vice Chair for 2 years. Her responsibilities included many different committees including representing her board provincially as Director to the Ontario Public School Board Association (OPSBA) and Vice President of the Western Region group of Public School Boards. 

Along with her political career Carmen is the Office Manager of a law firm and has continued to be an active volunteer within her community. She is the Past President and a current Director of the Wallaceburg and District Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Chatham-Kent Not-for-Profit Network, a member of the Age Friendly Committee, a Toastmaster and she has chaired the Wallaceburg, United Way of Chatham-Kent Campaigns, 1999, 2009 & 2013. 




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