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Junie B. Facey

Facey, Junie B.

Doctorate:

EdD (Leadership): Western

Office:

CE-INP; FNTI

Email Address:

jfacey@ryerson.ca

Biography:

Junie B. Facey holds a doctorate in education with focus on leadership from Western University, a Masters of Health Studies with a focus on leadership and organizational development from Athabasca University, and a Bachelor of Social Work with a Minor in Public Administration from Ryerson University. She is a Certified Change Management Practitioner through APMG International and is committed to continuous learning. Additionally, Junie maintains her practice competencies as a registered social worker.

Dr. Facey is a change agent with several years of strategic leadership experience, and a commitment to developing leadership skills in others. Contributing to the shaping of grassroots organizations, multi-sector community health services, partnerships and network initiatives, Junie also contributes to board governance activities including board development, programs, quality and risk, and strategic planning committees.

Since 2011, Junie has been teaching in the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Management program, and has taught in the Public Administration and Governance program delivered in partnership with the First Nations Technical Institute. Additionally, Junie is the Community Engagement and Development Director with East Metro Youth Services and was previously a Program and Professional Development Coordinator with Cestar College of Business, Health & Technology in their Lambton College licensed programs.

Current Courses:

CINP910: Strategic Planning

CINP913: Leading Through Change

Professional Affiliations:

Junie is a change agent with diverse experience contributing to the shaping of grassroots organizations, multi-sector community health services and network initiatives. She has several years of management experience, a personal philosophy of teaching/learning, and a commitment to developing  leadership skills in others. She has contributed to organizational governance activities as a board member and staff representative in nominating and governance, programs, quality and risk, and strategic planning committees.

Spoken Languages:

English