Julie Chaisson, an accomplished businesswoman and community leader, will carry the PC Party banner in Hammonds Plains-Lucasville in the next provincial election.
Chaisson brings more than 30 years of senior management experience to the role and is known for being a strong advocate for local business. Chaisson recently served as executive director of the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market and currently she offers consulting support to help businesses reach their full potential.
“This province is full of potential, just waiting for the right leader. Tim Houston is that leader,” says Chaisson. “I would be honoured to represent the people of Hammonds Plains-Lucasville in a PC government led by Tim Houston. His vision and proven track record of success are what Nova Scotia desperately needs.”
Chaisson is currently the President of the PC Party, the Chair of Equal Voice Nova Scotia and serves as director on the boards of numerous organizations including the Royal International Tattoo Society. She is an active volunteer, serving with United Way, groups focused on affordable housing and food security. She has strong ties to Hammonds Plains-Lucasville through the people she grew up with, has many connections within the church community and the local businesses that she supports.
“Julie’s years of service in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors, along with her commitment to community, will be an asset in the kind of government I want to form,” says PC Party Leader Tim Houston. “She will fight everyday for the people of Hammonds Plains-Lucasville as their next MLA.”
Chaisson is a proud military mother. She and her husband Mike have three children.