Mildred Royer served as past president of Royer Thompson for ten years and is a former Deputy Minister in the Nova Scotia Government. She has a thirty-five-year career in executive human resource consulting expertise, providing a full range of services for corporate and public-sector clients throughout Atlantic Canada.
Mildred has extensive experience in organizational design and planning, implementation of major change initiatives, and in providing recruitment and assessment services and the planning and delivery of a full spectrum of career transition services. She is experienced in the provision of executive and management recruitment, leadership development, organizational design, and change management solutions.
Her network of contacts at the local and national levels facilitates sourcing and practice development initiatives and her experience in complex organizational environments enables the achievement of success on major consulting projects.
She brings extensive management experience to the consulting business having held senior level positions in multiple sectors and service environments within Nova Scotia. Prior to joining Royer Thompson in 1999, Mildred served as an Employee Relations Officer, In-house Legal Counsel, Director of Human Resources, Deputy Minister of Human Resources, and Deputy Minister of Health. She brings this experience to the table when helping organizations implement major change initiatives, plan succession, and design new service models. She has significant expertise in recruitment, evaluation, and coaching of senior executives and managers, and in the development and implementation of governance models in both the private and public setting.
Mildred holds a Bachelor of Arts from Mount Saint Vincent University, a Master of Arts and Bachelor of Laws from Dalhousie University and is a member of the Nova Scotia Barrister Society.