Position on the Board: Board Member
Company: Saint Mary's First Nation
Kim Nash-McKinley, B.A. is a Maliseet woman, a Former Chief and recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, which she received for her commitment and dedication of over twenty years to issues that affect the off-reserve AboriginalPeoples; provincially in New Brunswick, regionally in the Maritimes and nationally in Canada through participation in the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples.
Nash-McKinley has twenty-four years and running, of serving on a variety of Boards and Commissions at the local, provincial, regional and national levels; and has served as the inaugural Anglophone Co-chair for the Voices of Women’s Forum; and is a current member of the New Brunswick Health Council.
Nash-McKinley is also dedicated to the cause of Violence Against Aboriginal Women and is an advocate for Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women and Girls.
Nash-McKinley has shared her skills and knowledge with her communities in a variety of sectors and is currently employed asthe Director of Economic Development for Saint Mary’s First Nation.