Bronwyn started her career as a Paramedic with BC Ambulance Service in 1995 in Kaslo, BC. Throughout her career she has had the opportunity to work as a Paramedic stationed in Trail, Victoria and Vancouver. In 2009, Bronwyn was promoted to Chief Paramedic and has worked as a Chief in Ashcroft, Richmond, Osoyoos and currently in Nelson.
She served many years as Provincial President of the Ambulance Paramedics of BC and served as the Provincial Vice President for ten years, advocating on behalf of BC Paramedics and specializing in all aspects of Labour Relations.
The EMA Education Fund Advisory Committee which supports the training and development of Paramedics in BC is one of the many committees Bronwyn sits on.
Bronwyn’s immediate family consist of a Firefighter, RCMP member and veteran of the Armed Forces which fuels her passion for Honour House and what it stands for.