As Registrar and CEO, Cynthia leads the largest health profession regulator in western Canada, regulating ~60,000 nurses and midwives in BC at BCCNM. Cynthia has a passion for regulation and has a track record of bringing people and organizations together – including government, other regulators and the public – to improve professional practice standards and transform health profession regulation. Cynthia has over 12 years experience at the Registrar/CEO level of health regulation. Cynthia guided the former CRNBC through its transition to a college focused solely on public protection and was a catalyst for increased collaboration among health regulators within BC and across the country. She was also instrumental in bringing the province’s nursing colleges together as a single regulator for all nursing designations in 2018. Cynthia served as Registrar and CEO of the British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals (BCCNP) prior to BCCNP and CMBC amalgamating to become BCCNM. Cynthia is the Chair of the BC Health Regulators, represents BCCNM on the International Nurse Regulators Collaborative, is the President of the Canadian Council of Registered Nurses Regulators, and is a member of the NCLEX-RN Exam Committee. Cynthia holds a BA in Political Science, an MA in Leadership Studies, and an MSc in Information Management.