Anne Elizabeth Leclerc is a semi-retired physiotherapist with Providence Health Care. Her job experience since joining Providence Health Care includes working in tertiary mental health settings in Vancouver including the Alder Neuro-Psychiatric Unit and Parkview Older Adult unit. Previously, she worked as the Manager of the Rehabilitation Department at Mills Memorial Hospital, where she was responsible for the therapy program for the 52-bed hospital, which included a 10-bed psychiatric unit. Active in her community, her past volunteer jobs include working for her professional association, provincial regulatory board, union (as site occupational health and safety representative), and jobs such as alpine chair for the Shames Mountain Ski Club and 2010 Paralympics. Ms. Leclerc attended McGill University in Montreal and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy and obtained a Master of Rehabilitation Science Degree from the University of British Columbia (UBC). In addition, she holds a Diploma in Disability Management from Simon Fraser University, and a Certificate in Project Management from UBC.