Meet Our Administrative Centre

Our team based in SKIP’s Administrative Centre in Halifax works with our Regional Hubs, Affiliates, and Partners across the country to support, strengthen, and expand SKIP’s national network.

Acting Managing Director

Aimée White

MA, CPHR candidate

Aimée brings 15 years of diverse experience across non-profit, post-secondary, humanitarian, and human resources consulting industries. An intuitive people and project leader, Aimée is passionate about championing children and youth, as well as building equitable and inclusive workplaces and communities. Aimée has a Bachelor and Master of Arts in Political Science and International Relations from St. Thomas University (2004) and Dalhousie University (2008). She is also a mentor with EduNova’s Study & Stay Program and LORAN Scholars. Aimée is continuously learning and researching – about work, travel, kids, or food – and can usually be found outdoors with her family.
Communications Specialist

Sherry Brown


Sherry graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto’s St. George Campus, where she earned a specialist in English Literature and a double minor in Writing and Rhetoric and Book and Media Studies. She previously worked for the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto, for the Public Policy and Government Relations department of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) and, most recently, for the Association of Native Child and Family Services Agencies of Ontario (ANCFSAO). Sherry is passionate about creating connections between diverse groups, and is thrilled to be part of an organization doing just that.

Communications Coordinator

Mylène Pinet


Mylène is a fourth-year Bachelor of Public Relations student at Mount Saint Vincent University, and has a passion for bringing healthcare communities together and advocating for pain patients. Outside of work and school, you can usually find her on a Nova Scotian hiking trail or drinking coffee with her dog by her side. Mylène previously worked at the Nova Scotia Health Authority as a Communications Assistant in physician recruitment, through which she deepened her passion for healthcare communications.

Strategic Lead, Partnerships

Erin Aubrey


Erin comes to SKIP with a broad range of experience having worked in both basic and clinical research within provincial government departments, health authorities and university settings. Erin is passionate about working in partnership in order to close the gap between research to evidence-based practices at the bedside as efficiently as possible by fostering innovation within our health system. Using her extensive experience in applied research methods, program evaluation, and stakeholder engagement, Erin is keen to give children in pain a voice and further promote Canada as a leader in pediatric pain.