PEIANC Board of Directors

Tina Saksida, President [Board Member since 2016]
Tina Saksida

Tina Saksida is an Assistant Professor of Management at the UPEI School of Business and the current Director of the UPEI Executive MBA program. She holds a PhD in industrial relations and human resources from the University of Toronto and specializes in the areas of organizational behaviour, human resource management, nonprofit management, and research methods. Prior to joining UPEI in the summer of 2014, Tina lived in Toronto for nine years during her undergraduate and graduate studies and also has European work experience as a project manager in the public sector in Slovenia, her home country. Tina lives in Charlottetown with her husband Martin.

Arnold Croken, Vice President [Board Member since 2016]
Arnold Croken

Arnold works as the General Manager of the Summerside Regional Development Corporation since 2006. He has an extensive work experience in various management roles in the area of resource management and development, and volunteer experience in leading positions on several boards. Arnold holds a Resources Planning College Diploma and the UPEI Certificate in Conflict Resolution. Arnold and his wife Debbie live in his birthplace Summerside. Debbie and Arnold have a blended family of seven and are proud grandparents of nine children.

Kaitlyn Angus Hornsby, Secretary [Board Member since 2014]
Kaitlyn Angus

As an Associate with Charlottetown office of McInnes Cooper law firm, Kaitlyn practices in the general areas of property and real estate transactions, wills and estates planning, and corporate and business law. She is a member of the Law Society of Prince Edward Island, and is an active member of her firm's Pro Bono Committee. Kaitlyn received her law degree from the University of New Brunswick. She also holds a Bachelor of Business degree from the University of New Brunswick majoring in Accounting with a minor in Economics. During her years at the University of New Brunswick she received several scholarships and an outstanding achievement award from the Economics Department.

Rachel Murphy, Treasurer [Board Member since 2016]
Rachel Murphy

Rachel works at the Bradly Handrahan Chartered Professional Accountants firm since 2015. She obtained her MBA in finance from Saint Mary’s University in 2010. She is a CPA, CMA charter holder, and a Financial Risk Manager certified by the Global Association of Risk Professionals. She also passed all three levels of the Certified Financial Analyst exams. Rachel was born in Shanghai, China, and moved to Canada in 2009. She is fluent in English and Mandarin. She actively volunteers in the local community and through her own Chinese newscasts to help the PEI Chinese community to stay informed with local news, events and new government policies.

Jim Hornby [Board Member since 2006]
Jim Hornby

Jim is a folklorist, musician, historian, and lawyer. He was the editor of The Island Magazine from 1980 to 1984, and has written a number of articles on Island history, folklore, and traditional music. He is the author of Black Islanders: Prince Edward Island's Historical Black Community and In the Shadow of the Gallows (a historical study of criminal law and capital punishment in Prince Edward Island).

Jolene Chan [Board Member since 2010]
Jolene Chan

Jolene Chan is the Manager for Asia/Pacific Region of the International Development of Holland College since 2000. In her position, Ms. Chan has assumed responsibility for managing the international projects such as the educational joint ventures in China, where the College jointly delivers its programs with the a number of Chinese Colleges in China, the CIDA-funded Canadian College Partnership Programs in China and South Africa, and recruiting international students to the College programs. Ms. Chan previously worked as an executive assistant for the Chairman and the Board of Directors of the Xiamen International Bank, the first joint venture bank in China, for thirteen years before immigrating to Prince Edward Island in 1996. Jolene graduated as a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Prince Edward Island in 1999.

Selvi Roy [Board Member since 2014]
Selvi Roy

Selvi has served as a social development professional since 1997. She is a member of the Cooper Institute, and serves on the Boards of international charities - CorStone, and Unbound. At present, she is in the PhD program at the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI). Her research delves into student engagement, digital and multiliteracies, and knowledge translation. Besides doing research work at UPEI, she is the provincial coordinator at the Atlantic Council for International Cooperation (ACIC-CACI). She is PEI's first recipient of the Knowledge Translation Canada: Strategic Training Initiative in Health Research (KT Canada STIHR) Student Fellowship.

Ali Assadi [Board Member since 2015]
Ali Assadi

Ali immigrated to Canada with his family from Iran in 2011. In his home country he had a twenty-year career as a dentist in his private dental pracitce, and as a dental expert in legal medicine and dental CSI. Since 2012 he has had a new career, as a developer in Charlottetown. Ali has two children -- a daughter who is a student at Carlton University in a biology and neuroscience program, and a son who is studying business at UPEI.

Shawn Murphy [Board Member since 2019]
Shawn Murphy

Shawn Murphy QC resides in Charlottetown, PEI. He holds a BBA and a LL.B degree from the University of New Brunswick. From 1976 to 2000, he practised law with the Charlottetown office of Stewart McKelvey and from 2000 to 2011, he served in the Parliament of Canada as the MP for Charlottetown. Shawn had previously served on the PEIANC Board of Directors and helmed the organization in the role of the President. After a three-year break, he rejoined the Board in 2019.

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Notre vision

Une communauté accueillante et inclusive.

Notre mission

Nous réunissons diverses communautés et donnons aux nouveaux arrivants les moyens de bâtir un avenir à l'Î.-P.-É.

Nos valeurs

La responsabilité | La diversité | L'empathie | L'intégrité | L'innovation | Le respect | Le travail en équipe

L'ANC Î-P-É est membre de :

Atlantic Region Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies
PEIANC Annual Report 2019

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