Ms. Nancy Reynolds
Nancy Reynolds is the Managing Partner of Sterling Lifestyle Solutions. Her consultancy focuses on the areas of early childhood development, child and youth mental health and well-being and public policy. From 2003 to 2012, following a decade of executive leadership roles in the Health and Children’s Services Ministries of the Government of Alberta, Ms. Reynolds served as the Inaugural President and CEO of the Alberta Centre for Child, Family and Community Research, now PolicyWise.
In addition to her management consultancy practice, she currently is a Faculty member of the Max Bell Public Policy Training Institute, a role she has had since 2008. Ms. Reynolds, together with her colleague Dr. Suzanne Tough, have recently completed a Senior Policy Fellowship awarded from the Max Bell Foundation and the Burns Memorial Fund in 2018. Their project, “Connections First”, focused on advancing resiliency and relational networks for vulnerable children and youth through natural supports.
Ms. Reynolds has been an active and committed volunteer for over 30 years, serving on many Boards and Advisory Committees locally and nationally. In addition to her role as President/Chair of the CMHA Edmonton Region Board, she currently serves as a Director for three other organizations; the National Institute of Families for Child and Youth Mental Health (FamilySmart), Boys and Girls Clubs Big Bothers and Sisters of Edmonton and Area, and the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation.