Union of Nurses
Tacy Zambory is a Registered Nurse (RN) and President of the Saskatchewan Union of Nurses (SUN); the union representing Saskatchewan’s Registered Nurses, Registered Psychiatric Nurses and Nurse Practitioners. Tracy’s journey to becoming president of SUN was born out of her passion for the nursing profession, commitment to improving patient safety, and belief in social justice – values that flourished within her over the course of her 27-year career as a long-term care nurse. Today, Tracy is one of Saskatchewan’s foremost health activists, tirelessly advocating for expanded and strengthened universal health care, improved registered nurse staffing, and better access to health care for all.
As a nursing leader, Tracy strives to use her voice and influence to advance the principles of Truth and Reconciliation in health care, while facilitating crucial conversations around race and gender within the nursing profession. Under Tracy’s stewardship, SUN has instigated and lead critical dialogue on numerous health and social issues from Saskatchewan’s HIV, youth mental health, and overdose crises to the future of seniors’ care and access to rural health in the province.
Tracy represents her members as the current Vice President of the Saskatchewan Federation of Labour (SFL) and as an Officer on the National Executive Board of the Canadian Federation of Nurses' Unions (CFNU).