Queenie Choo has held many senior leadership positions in varied organizations. She was appointed as
the first CEO to commission the first culturally based seniors care home in Edmonton Alberta. With her
strong background in continuing care, in 2010 Queenie was appointed as the Executive Director
responsible for redesigning home and community health system within Alberta Health Services.
In 2012 Queenie was appointed as the CEO of S.U.C.C.E.S.S., one of the largest non-profit social service
organizations in BC. Her role has been based on her ability to blend a rigorous and result oriented
approach with a genuine sensitivity to people. She has led the teams to develop many innovative
programs in the area of skills and training, employment, business development, settlement, language,
family & youth for newcomers as well as seniors care and housing. Demonstrated with effective
leadership ability, Queenie was appointed as both the CEO of S.U.C.C.E.S.S. and S.U.C.C.E.S.S.
Queenie received her master degree in Nursing from the University of Alberta and her Canadian Health
Executive (CHE) designation from the Canadian College of Health Leaders. She has also presented widely
both nationally and internationally.
Queenie is the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee award recipient for her significant contributions to
the community as well as the Excellence in Nursing Administration award for her remarkable leadership.
In 2016, Queenie is recognized as one of the most influential women in BC by the BC Business Magazine,
one of the top 25 Canadian Immigrants by RBC as well as the nominee for YWCA Women of Distinction