BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Pastor Tim Shaw
Ashley Dooks, Chair
Dr. Solomon Ugabi
Dan Cameron, Vice Chair
Chief Executive Officer
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Tammy Allaby earned her diploma in Nursing from the Saint John School of Nursing and three years later graduated with her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from Dalhousie University. Tammy joined Kings Way Care Centre in 2008 acting as Clinical Manager from 2010-2013. Tammy became Director of Care of Kennebec Manor in 2013 and was Director of Care at Kings Way for over a year before becoming CEO of the Kings Way Life Care Alliance in 2019. Tammy has embraced person centered care and the Eden philosophy and is dedicated to making each day the best it can be for the elders that call Kings Way and Kennebec home.
Director of Care Kennebec
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Gillian Miller graduated with a diploma from the Saint John School of Nursing. She returned to the University of New Brunswick and graduated with a degree in Nursing in 2017. Gillian joined Kennebec Manor in 2010 as Nurse Manager and became Director of Care in 2018. Gillian has always had a passion for working with the elderly and is dedicated to being part of a team that is changing the culture in long term care.
Director of Care KWCC
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Katie Frank grew up in Hampton, NB and moved to Kennebecasis Valley in 2001. She lives in Rothesay with her husband, and three children.
Katie graduated from the University of New Brunswick in 2002, with her Bachelor of Nursing degree. Throughout her career she has worked in Orthopaedics, Family Medicine, Obstetrics, and Palliative care. She also taught English for a year in Korea with her husband, and has worked as a clinical instructor for UNB nursing students. Katie joined Kings Way Care Centre in 2014, and moved into the role of Director of Care in July of 2019.
Katie embraces the Eden Alternative, which is what brought her to Kings Way Care Centre. She is passionate about fostering strong relationships between residents, staff and families, and is committed to creating a home for residents where they feel empowered, respected and loved.
Director of Finance
I come with a wide variety of experience in the both not-for-profit and commercial sectors and have worked in public accounting for twenty years. I have held supervisory roles over the years and am a believer in teamwork. Family is very important to me and am happy I have been invited to be part of the Alliance family.
Director of Support
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Claressa graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences, becoming a registered dietitian in 2002. Since that time her career has been in long-term care. Claressa joined the Kingsway Lifecare Alliance team in 2007, when she was hired as the Director of Support for Kings Way Care Centre. Since 2010, she’s shared her work life between Kings Way Care Centre and Kennebec Manor. Claressa enjoys working in a team passionate about changing the culture of long-term care, but above all else, she values making a positive difference in the lives of those she serves.
Director of Maintenance
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Rhett was born and raised in eastern Ontario and educated at Kingsway College in Oshawa, Rhett was privileged to enjoy the company of both his maternal and paternal grandparents. Sunday night suppers at Grandma and Grandpa's and huge family gatherings in Nana's home instilled in him a fondness for senior citizens - a fondness that grew into a career as Director of Maintenance at the Kings Way LifeCare Alliance. He has been with Kings Way Care Centre, since its inauguration in Feb. 2008 and at Kennebec Manor since 1997. Rhett is a very proud father and grandfather and enjoys blending family time with his love of boating.
Director of Community Relations
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Megan is leading community events, programs and activities. Megan was born and raised in Quispamsis. After high school she completed a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and Human Rights. While in school, she volunteered at local hospitals and developed a strong interest and passion for the lives of older adults and long term care. After graduating, Megan’s studies continued at Mount Saint Vincent University where she received her Masters Degree in Gerontology and Family studies in 2014. Megan’s research focused on family/friend caregivers and supports available to them. Megan began working at Kennebec and Kings Way in 2013 as a summer student and has been with the KWLCA ever since. Since then, she has led the development of our very popular intergenerational Day Camps, backpack program, and helped with the expansion of our Adult Day Program. In her spare time Megan enjoys traveling with her husband and spending as much time outside as possible.