Gertie Mai Muise

Board Member

Toronto, ON and St. George’s NL

  • Corporate Director
  • Chief Executive Officer, Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres
  • Vice Chair, Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services
  • Atlantic Representative, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two Spirit+ (MMIWG 2S+) National Action Plan, Urban Working Group
  • Atlantic Representative, National Indigenous Cultural Safety Training Advisory Circle
  • Former Medical Services Director, Western Health Authority NL
  • Former Executive Director, Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw First Nation Health Authority, Ulnooweg Development
  • Former CEO, Indigenous Primary Health Care Council
  • Former Associate Director, Southern Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre
  • Former Senior Health Planner, Weeneebayko Health Authority
  • Former Community Lead, Our Health Counts Ontario Governance Committee and Knowledge Exchange
  • Former Co-Chair, Indigenous Primary Health Care Engagement Table with Ontario Ministry of Health
  • Former Co-Chair, Indigenous Partner Reference Group, Registered Nurses of Ontario
  • Former Community Partner, Indigenous Mentorship Network of Ontario, Western University
  • Former Indigenous Expert/ Member, Local Health Integration Network Renewal Advisory Group
  • Former Indigenous Expert/ Member, Health Equity External Advisory Group for Health Quality Ontario
  • Former Chair, National Committee, Canadian Centre for Accreditation, Indigenous Services Accreditation
  • Former founding Governance Member, Research Institute for Equity and Inclusion Western University
  • Former Chair, Provincial Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) Aboriginal Leads Network, ON
  • Founding Executive Board, Newfoundland Aboriginal Women’s Network, NL
  • Former Executive Board Secretary, Native Child and Family Services of Toronto, ON
  • Recipient, National Article of the Year Award, Healthcare Management Forum, Sage Publishing 2020
  • Recipient, Community Health Champion Award, Alliance for Healthier Communities, Transformational Change Awards, 2019
Gertie Mai Muise