Board of Directors
Next meeting: June 30, 2021
Meeting minutes are available to the public upon request.
Please contact us if you would like to obtain a copy.
Board composition for 2021-2022:
Jiak Chin Koh, elected dietitian, Chair
Jill Worboys, elected dietitian, Vice-Chair
Sarah Lalonde, public appointee
Jack Trumley, public appointee
Don Grant, public appointee
John Meneghello, public appointee
Theresa Cividin, elected dietitian
Anita Marriott, elected dietitian
Marissa Alexander, elected dietitian
Alysone Martel, elected dietitian
Honoraria and Per Diems
Meetings: Delegations and Observers
Board and Committee Members' Code of Conduct
Chair and Vice-chair Election
Election Nomination Form
Who can be on the Board?
The CDBC Board is composed of 6 elected registrants (2 from Vancouver Coastal, 1 from Fraser Valley, 1 from Vancouver Island and 2 from North/Interior) and 3 public appointed representatives. Any Full registrant in good standing residing in the correspondent electoral region can be nominated for the election on the Board. To be an efficient Board Director, CDBC nominees should be well versed with the College mandate and have skills in governance, risk management, public policy, finance, strategic planning, and right touch regulation. The Board also welcomes and seeks to have cultural, gender, education, and demographic diversity
Why is a registrant able to vote for nominees in a specific electoral region during the CDBC Board of Directors election, if the registrant lives outside of that electoral region?
The ability to vote for nominees in any electoral region is in accordance to section 7(4) of the CDBC Bylaws. Under “Election procedure” the bylaws state “Each registrant may vote in favor of one (1) person for each vacant position to be filled.
Is the online voting process for the Board of Directors confidential?
Individual votes are confidential. Once the election closes, the CDBC receives aggregate results from a third-party software without any identifiers. The voting software recognizes and prevents duplicate or fraudulent votes.
How are my registration fees spent?
The Annual Report includes the audited financial statements of the College. This include a high-level breakdown of revenue and expenses. The College publishes its annual report in advance of the AGM, usually during the month of June. You may also plan to attend an AGM, where more information on the financials will be shared. Be in contact with the College at email@example.com if you have any specific question.
Why is it important for me to update the College with my contact information?
According to section 54 of the CDBC bylaws: “A registrant must immediately notify the registrar of any change of address, name or any other registration information previously provided to the registrar.” It is important to maintain an open communication channel between the CDBC and dietitians so that you can stay informed of regulatory considerations that may impact your practice.