Hon. Natalie Jameson
Natalie Jameson is an energetic, community-minded, proud mother of two young boys. She is the daughter of Kevin and Christa Curran of Southdale Avenue and grew up in Hillsborough Park. Natalie attended local schools and later both Holland College and the University of Prince Edward Island, having studied business and tourism.
After graduating from UPEI in 2009, Natalie moved west like many young Islanders and spent several years in Calgary working in professional roles primarily in the areas of community investment, human resources, and accounting. She is a dedicated volunteer having left her mark on charities and not-for-profits across Canada, including women’s shelters, the United Way, and the Ronald McDonald House.
Natalie was proud to return home to the Island to raise her young family. Natalie, her husband Dennis, and their sons William and Henry live on Meadowvale Drive in Hillsborough Park.
Natalie was elected as the MLA for District 9, Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park in the deferred election held on July 15, 2019. On February 21, 2020 she was appointed Minister of Environment, Water and Climate Change, Minister responsible for the Status of Women and Minister responsible for Charlottetown. In February 2021, Natalie was sworn in as Minister of Education and Lifelong Learning, continuing in the role as Minister responsible for the Status of Women.
Member History Table
|Constituency||Party||Start Date||End Date|
|9-Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park||PC||15 July 2019||Current Member|
|Responsibility||Start Date||End Date|
|Minister of Education and Lifelong Learning||February 2021||Current|
|Minister of Environment, Water and Climate||February 2020||February 2021|
|Minister responsible for the Status of Women||February 2020||Current|
|Committee Name||Role||Start Date||End Date|
|Special Committee on Climate Change||Committee Member||2020||Current|
|Special Committee on Poverty in PEI||Committee Member||2019||2020|