698 Corydon Avenue, Unit 100
Audrey Gordon is a dedicated and accomplished Manitoban who is proud to be representing the Progressive Conservative team in Fort Rouge.
Audrey attended the University of Manitoba, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a focus on aging as well a Master of Business Administration degree. Audrey also holds Certificates in Applied Counselling and Change Management. She currently works for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority as a Manager and Business Analyst for the Manitoba Renal Program. During her employment with the WRHA, Audrey has overseen several major healthcare projects which improved service delivery for Manitobans in areas such as child health, long-term care for seniors and kidney health. Audrey has made a significant impact on the healthcare sector through her management of projects that provide multi-disciplinary healthcare supports to seniors in the community and coordinating kidney disease screening across several First Nations in Manitoba
Prior to joining the WRHA in 2010, Audrey was employed with the Provincial Government for 24 years and held prominent positions including Manager, Director and Assistant to the Deputy Minister at the Manitoba Legislature. During her tenure with the Government’s Immigration and Multiculturalism Division, she spearheaded the launch of Canadian Multiculturalism Day celebrations in Manitoba and is credited with developing the emblem to commemorate the Day. She also advocated for funding to support the start-up of small businesses in ethno-cultural communities to build capacity within these communities. Audrey is most proud of her involvement with launching social enterprises in local organizations including the launch of Diversity Food Services at the University of Winnipeg which delivers food services to the University while providing meaningful employment and ownership for the surrounding community.
Audrey is married to Winston and has two sons, Andrew and Darnell. She is proud to live, work, and raise her family in Winnipeg. For more than 15 years, she and her husband Winston have owned and operated a local transportation company. Audrey is running in this election because she believes Manitoba needs a better plan for our future. She looks forward to meeting and engaging with community members in Fort Rouge.