2018 Nominees for SAMRT Council

The SAMRT has two Council vacancies for the term January 1, 2019 - December 31, 2021 and two members have agreed to let their names stand. The SAMRT Administrative Bylaws, 2015 do not have a provision to acclaim the members, therefore according to Roberts Rule of Order a ballot must be distributed to allow members to register their vote. 

We encourage voting members to view the details of each candidate prior to casting a vote. Members are required to check off two names as indicated on the ballot, by selecting the names of the candidates of the member's choice. All ballots must be received by April 5, 12:00 p.m. Two scrutineers will be appointed and the results will be announced at the 2018 Annual General Meeting April 14 at the Conexus Arts Centre, Regina, SK.  

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Ariel Adamson, RTMR

Ariel Adamson is an Medical Radiation Technologist working at Mayfair Diagnostics as well as for the Saskatchewan Health Authority in Saskatoon. She enjoys volunteering for Choc'la Cure at their numerous events throughout the year as all the proceeds raised are utilized by the Saskatchwan Cancer Agency.  Ariel believes in giving back to the community and her family has created the Mike Adamson Memorial Award at the University of Saskatchewan.  

Ariel convocated with distinction from the Bachelor of Health Science program from Thompson Rivers University; a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Saskatchewan, and a diploma in the MRI from the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. She has been fortunate to work in several health care settings including acute, non-acute care, adn private industry, specifically on Canada's only upright MRI.  

Recently Ariel was nominated to serve on the CAMRT Education Validation Committee since January 2018.  Ariel believes her diverese health care experience would be an asset to the SAMRT.  She has had the privledge to collaborate on the CAMRT commitete and wishes to contribute more in the diagnostic community of Saskatchewan.  She looks forward to the opportunity to contribute as a SAMRT Council member. 

Nathan Rosenberg, RTR, RTMR

Nathan Rosenberg is an Medical Radiation Technologist working for the Saskatchewan Health Authority in Saskatoon for 10 years as a dual certified RTR and RTMR.  After attending the CAMRT Leadership and Development course he answered the call to join the SAMRT Council, where he has served for 4 years. In additon to Council, he currently serves on the Nominating Committee and the Ownership and Linkage Committee.  

Nathan enjoys giving back to the profession and feels he has more to offer the SAMRT Council. There are many exciting projects underway that he would like to continue to be involved in to ensure the profession progresses.

 

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