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Natalie Cormier
Director of Communications

New Brunswick

Information: Natalie Cormier obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Université de Moncton in May 2011. She continued her studies for a Master’s Degree in Applied Sciences at Université de Moncton. In December 2013, Natalie decided to take a step back from her studies, only working on her Master’s degree part-time, as she joined the Clinical Engineering Program Management team at Service New Brunswick (formerly FacilicorpNB). Working out of the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont Hospital in Moncton, she quickly got introduced to the world of Clinical Engineering and would go on to work on many great projects in the hospitals in New Brunswick for the 21 months she was employed there. In September 2015, she accepted a limited-term position as Engineering Laboratory Instructor at St. Francis Xavier University, and she is now working as part-time Instructor at St. Francis Xavier University and as Outreach Coordinator for the Faculty of Engineering at Université de Moncton (and still trying to get that Master’s degree done)! Natalie is also registered as a Member in Training with Engineers New Brunswick (APEGNB).

Back in the summer of 2012, Natalie was asked to join the ACCES Board of Directors as Director at Large. After only five months in this role, she became the Director of Communications at ACCES, a newly created position which she has occupied since. When she transitioned from Service New Brunswick to St. Francis Xavier University, Natalie was reluctant to leave the world of Clinical Engineering behind. She had developed a great respect for, and understanding of, the challenges faced by Clinical Engineering professionals in Atlantic Canada; not to mention the many Clinical Engineering ‘miracles’ she had witnessed time and time again. As such, Natalie is looking forward to helping ACCES support clinical engineering professionals in Atlantic Canada by continuing her role as Director of Communications.