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Debbie Malloy new CEO of N.W.T.’s workers' compensation commission

She previously served as a vice-president for Eastern Health in St. John’s, N.L.
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The Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission (WSCC) of the Northwest Territories has announced the appointment of Debbie Molloy as the new president and CEO.

“Debbie Molloy has a fantastic blend of skills that will help drive the WSCC forward,” said David Tucker, chair of the governance council of the WSCC. “She’s a proven leader and I know her talents, passion and vision make a great addition to our organization.”

Molloy brings over 25 years of progressive executive leadership experience. She has extensive experience in health services and the energy sector, with a strong background in strategic planning, occupational health and safety and organizational effectiveness. Most recently, she was the vice-president of corporate services for Eastern Health, in St. John’s N.L., where she provided senior leadership to an organization with 13,000 employees, 750 physicians, 2,200 volunteers, 900 students and serving a population of 300,000.

The WSCC oversees operations in both the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, with offices in Yellowknife, Inuvik and Iqaluit.

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