Judith Sullivan-Corney, Senior Consultant, provides consultation services in all areas of Human Resources including executive recruitment, organizational development and design, coaching and mentorship, career transition, and governance and executive evaluation.
Prior to joining Royer Thompson, Judith served as Deputy Minister for the Nova Scotia Department of Human Resources and as the Commissioner of the Public Service Commission. As the most senior human resource leader in the Government she developed the strategies, policies and processes that guided the delivery of Human Resource Services across all government departments. In addition, Judith served as Deputy Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Protocol Office, Military Affairs and Deputy Minister of the Office of Aboriginal Affairs.
A seasoned Executive, Judith has led public and private sector consultations. For example, she was responsible for major Aboriginal consultations, as well as providing direction on Treaty Negotiations and the establishment of multi-party agreements. In the area of Intergovernmental Affairs Judith was responsible for relations between Nova Scotia and other Provincial and Federal governments. As a result of her experience she brings outstanding facilitation and planning skills to Royer Thompson's practice.
Judith began her career as a teacher in the Nova Scotia Education System. Most recently, upon the dissolution of the South Shore Regional School Board, she was appointed by the Government of Nova Scotia as a one person Board. She held this position for over one year. At that time she provided oversight of the South Shore Regional Educational System and conducted broad consultation on boundary issues.
Judith holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Saint Mary's University, a Diploma in Adult Education from St. Francis Xavier University and has completed several courses in the Masters of Public Administration program at Dalhousie University.