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Gary Pearce is Chief Risk, Compliance and Privacy Officer for Kelly Services, Inc. in Troy, Michigan. Reporting to the General Counsel, he leads the Risk Management Group which consists of the following departments: Global Safety, Health and Environmental; Global Security Programs; Risk Intelligence; Risk Management; Unemployment Compensation; and Workers Compensation. Mr. Pearce has led Kelly’s Enterprise Risk Management program since its formation in 2007. Earlier this year he was designated Kelly’s global Data Privacy Officer.
Among Mr. Pearce’s responsibilities are Kelly’s global compliance and privacy programs, risk-related product development support, property-liability insurance, global risk financing, management of insured property/liability claims, financial and actuarial analysis of Kelly’s workers compensation programs, crisis response and disaster recovery planning, business continuity, records management, and development and execution of corporate safety strategies. Within the Enterprise Risk Management program Mr. Pearce leads corporate efforts including payroll/wage-hour governance and cyber security oversight.
Prior to joining Kelly Services in 1993, Mr. Pearce was risk financing manager for a regional health care corporation and vice president of an international insurance brokerage firm. Mr. Pearce holds an MBA from the University of Michigan, a BA from Michigan State University, and the CPCU and ARM designations. He is a former president of the Detroit chapter of the Risk & Insurance Management Society and a contributor to Risk Management magazine.
Cynthia Johansen joined the College of Registered Nurses of B.C. (CRNBC) in 2006, as the Director of Registration, Inquiry and Discipline. She became the Registrar/CEO in April of 2012. CRNBC is responsible for the regulation of registered nurses and nurse practitioners in British Columbia. Previous to this, Cynthia served as the Registrar/CEO of the College of Dental Hygienists of B.C.
Cynthia has a BA in Political Science, a MA in Leadership Studies and a MSc in Information Management. She is the Chair of the BC Health Regulators, a society made up of the health profession regulatory colleges in BC. Cynthia is also the President of the Canadian Council of Registered Nurses Regulators and an ex-officio member of the NCLEX-RN Exam Committee. Cynthia represents CRNBC on the International Nurse Regulators Collaborative, a group if nursing regulators that includes the USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Ireland.
Cynthia has extensive experience in investigating and reporting on issues of public safety and access to care, and working with government, the public and stakeholders on improving professional practice standards and health profession regulation. Prior to joining the health profession regulatory industry in 2006, Cynthia had served as Chief of Staff to the Minister of Health Planning in B.C. and had worked in the Premiers' Office.