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Lisa Kearns Appointed To Halton Police Board

OAKVILLE, ON, January 10, 2023 – December 14, 2022, Halton Regional Council reappointed Oakville Councillor (Ward 5), Jeff Knoll and Halton Hills (Ward 1 & 2) Councillor Clark Somerville to the Halton Police Board.

Halton Regional Council appointed Ms. Lisa Kearns as Regional Council representative to the Halton Police Board for the 2022-2026 term. The Halton Police Board was pleased to welcome Lisa Kearns as our newest Regional Council Board member at the December 22, 2022, meeting.

Ms. Kearns is an elected Halton Region and City of Burlington Councillor (Ward 2), and Deputy Mayor of Community Engagement and Partnerships in her second term. She brings a wealth of experience from various national management positions in healthcare, manufacturing, and advertising, delivering powerful results throughout her career. Ms. Kearns holds an Honours BA in Political Science, enhanced by a business-stream curriculum from the University of Western Ontario, and has obtained the Institute of Corporate Directors designation.

“It is my honour and privilege to represent our growing and diverse community by serving on the Halton Police Board,” said Ms. Kearns. “I look forward to leveraging both public and private sector experience to advance the Board’s strategic governance plans while intuitively connecting the threads of the community.”

At Burlington City Hall, Ms. Kearns serves as the Budget Chair and is the Council liaison to many advisory committees. She also serves on the Board of Directors for several local organizations, including Burlington Food Bank, Burlington Downtown Business Association, Burlington Public Library, Art Gallery Burlington, and Burlington Sound of Music.

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