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Richard Jock

Vancouver, British Columbia

An experienced leader in the field of the design and implementation of health services for Indigenous peoples, Richard Jock is currently Chief Operating Officer of the First Nations Health Authority in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Mr. Jock brings a wealth of experience gained at the community, provincial and national levels while working with the Assembly of First Nations, Health Canada, The Mohawk Council of Akwasasne, Norway House Health Services Incorporated and as Director of the First Nations Health Commission.
Mr. Jock holds a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York (Plattsburg) and a Master of Education from St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York.


Vancouver (Colombie-Britannique)

Dirigeant chevronné de la conception et de la mise en œuvre de services de santé pour les peuples autochtones, M. Jock occupe actuellement le poste de directeur de l’exploitation de la First Nations Health Authority à Vancouver (Colombie-Britannique).

M. Jock détient une vaste expérience qu’il a acquise à l’échelle communautaire, provinciale et nationale en collaborant avec l’Assemblée des Premières Nations, Santé Canada, le Conseil des Mohawks d’Akwesasne, Norway House Health Services Incorporated et à titre de directeur du Secrétariat à la santé des Premières Nations.

M. Jock est titulaire d’un baccalauréat ès arts de la State University of New York à Plattsburgh ainsi que d’une maîtrise en éducation de la St. Lawrence University à Canton (New York).

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