A trained mediator, workplace investigator, and a practicing lawyer, Trisha Perry was appointed vice-chair of the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Tribunal in July 2017 for a three-year term. She currently lives in Saint John.
Trisha is a graduate of the University of New Brunswick where she obtained her BA with Honours in 2003 and her LLB in 2004. She has been in private practice in New Brunswick for 15 years, specializing in the areas of Labour & Employment, Organizational Governance, and Self-Regulating Professional Associations. Her experience is extensive in all areas of employment and administrative law, ADR, corporate governance, parliamentary processes, professional discipline, and the rights and obligations of self-regulating professional associations and not-for-profit organizations.
In 2016, Trisha co-founded Resonance Inc., a company that focuses on helping organizations create, develop, and maintain proper employment and governance structures—and recognize the relationship between happiness and workplace productivity.