GNAO North West Chapter 2017-03-28T17:54:47+00:00

GNAO North West Chapter Home Page

Kenora, Thunder Bay, Rainy River


Chapter Executive:
President- Catherine Schoales Email
President Elect- Vacant
Past President- Therese Lim Email
Membership Chair- Vacant / Mary Lee Barry (consultant) Email
Secretary- Heather Whyte Email
Treasurer- Karen Duffield Email
Education- Kristen Jones-Bonofiglio Email
Communications- Vacant
Policy/Professional Advocacy- Michelle Proudfoot Email


GNAO North West Chapter

Officially created May 10, 2010, our chapter serves the Thunder Bay and surrounding area.

We are an active and vibrant group advocating for a high standard of nursing care for older persons. We promote professionalism in gerontological nursing practice through ongoing education and support to our members.

We invite you to attend any of our chapter educational events. You do not need to be a member to attend. If you are interested in finding out about recent and/or upcoming activities please contact us. These educational activities are a great way to meet other professionals like you, who have a strong interest in the older adult.

We welcome new members to our chapter at any time. We also have a chapter executive that meets regularly. If you are interested in joining our chapter, or the executive, please contact either info@gnaontario.org or the chapter president at the above-listed e-mail address, for further information.

Click here for Chapter Annual Report


Our Future… depends on professionals like you!
Nursing the older adult requires a commitment to the specialty;
a professionally enriching network; and a desire to make a difference.

GNAO North West Chapter

Chapter News and Events

Watch this space for news and upcoming events.

We invite you to attend any of our chapter educational events. You do not need to be a member to attend. If you are interested in finding out about recent and/or upcoming activities please contact us. These educational activities are a great way to meet other professionals like you, who have a strong interest in the older adult.