Kathy Majowski is a Registered Nurse currently working in the community home care program in Winnipeg. She began her career in health care as a support worker while completing her nursing degree, progressing on to various positions: front-line nursing at Manitoba’s largest hospital, clinical/classroom instructor, educational program developer/coordinator, employment specialist, long-term care staff educator, infection control professional, and community case coordinator. Kathy’s nursing career also took her to a remote Indigenous community in northern Manitoba, where she developed additional skills and heightened empathy and compassion working in a nursing station that functioned as both community clinic and trauma stabilization centre.
Kathy’s career has presented her with consulting and volunteer opportunities outside of her daily job, most recently as the chair for the Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse, an Advisory Panel member for the Canadian Femicide Observatory for Justice and Accountability, and an Expert Team Member for Trualta (an online professional-level healthcare training provider for informal caregivers).
Kathy has always seen Klinic as a leader in the development and implementation of much-needed community health programs, services, and education. She recognizes the importance of developing and providing services from the perspective of equity and supports Klinic’s Vision and Mission of creating engaged and healthy communities and enhancing individual and community capacity. Kathy joined Klinic’s Board in 2019.