City of Nelson - Janice Morrison
Janice grew up in Vancouver attending Crofton House School for girls. She went on the obtain degrees in Microbiology from UBC, an Interdisciplinary Masters with a Specialty in Physiology from New Mexico State University and a Physical Therapy Degree at the U of A. She also has certification in acupuncture.
Janice was originally elected to Nelson City Council in 1999, and again in 2014 and 2018. Janice has called Nelson home for 25 years with members of her family first settling here in the 1920s. She has worked as a Physical Therapist at Kootenay Lake Hospital for 25 years and with her partner Mike, own Kastlerock B&B. They have no children, but do own a friendly cat called Mr. Mouse. Janice has been a Director of the Nelson Maple Leafs hockey team, chaired the Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation, was president of the Chamber of Commerce, chaired the City Advisory Planning Commission and has been a Nelson Rotary Club member for 27 years. In her free time, Janice likes to stay active and is involved with the Mountain Spirit Triathlon Club.
Alternate Director: Brittny Anderson
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