Tim Moore, Chairman of Moore Executive Suites is pleased to announce the appointment of The Honourable Myra Freeman C.M.,O.N.S.,M.S.M., to the Advisory Board of the Company. Her public service has enabled her to contribute in many ways to Nova Scotia and Canada. A graduate of Dalhousie University, Mrs. Freeman is an educator whose focus on youth related issues has been a hallmark of her commitment to community. Through her service as Nova Scotia’s 30th Lieutenant Governor, Honorary Captain Royal Canadian Navy, and former Director of the RCMP Foundation, the International Women’s Forum of Canada, and the Advisory Board of Coady International Institute, she has served in leadership capacities and provided a greater awareness of community to the public.
Currently, Mrs. Freeman serves as Director on the Telus Atlantic Community Board, the Canadian Institute of Military Veterans Health Research, Historica Canada, Save the Children Canada, the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Awards, the Frank H. Sobey Business Scholarship Awards, the Canadian Naval Memorial Trust, and the Board of Governors of Mount Saint Vincent University. Her pursuit of excellence has led to recognition within the National Honours System as a Member of the Order of Canada, the Order of Nova Scotia, and the Meritorious Service Medal. Mrs. Freeman is the recipient of the Public Policy Forum of Canada Award, recognizing an Atlantic Canadian who has significantly contributed to public policy leadership on a regional basis with national impact. She has been recognized by the Progress Women of Excellence Lifetime Achievement Award, the Richard Ivy School of Business and Women’s Executive Network Trailblazer Award, and has been honoured with six Honorary Degrees. The Honourable Myra Freeman brings a broad perspective of community to the Advisory Board.