Lawry MacLeod is a retired elementary school teacher and principal, living in Oxford, NS. Both his son and his grandson have Hemophilia A which has kept Lawry involved with CHS provincially and nationally since 1980.
My name is Samantha Kendrick. I have a Platelet Dysfunction. I have been going to Maritime Adventures Camp since I was 14 years old. During this time, I have learned a lot about bleeding disorders and about myself.
Hi, my name is Erin Van Dusen and I’m a Special Education teacher at the secondary school level. I’m an obligate carrier of Hemophilia B. My parents were both involved in the chapter when I was a child and I wanted to volunteer in an organization in which I feel personally invested.
Director at Large – Youth Chair
Hi there, my name is Emileigh Van Dusen and I am the daughter of the late Neil Van Dusen. My father was an involved member with the NSHS for many years as well as an outspoken activist for victims of the tainted blood scandal.
Director at Large – Camp Chair
Currently Director at Large on the Nova Scotia board, Katie also served as Vice President for 9 years, Secretary for 4 and an additional 3 years in current role. Katie is a carrier of Severe Hemophilia A with low factor VIII levels.
Director at Large – Clinic Liaison
On March 1st, 2016, Brittany started her position as a factor product assistant with the Nova Scotia Provincial Blood Coordinating Program which allows her to work in both the Adult and Pediatric bleeding disorder clinics in Halifax, Nova Scotia.