Keeping Tabs…

… is an Associate Professor in the Department of International Development Studies at Dalhousie University, where he / she won the Faculty Award for Exceptional Interdisciplinary Endeavors in Scholarly Research. She / He holds a Beng & MASc from Royal Military College of Canada and a PhD, Dalhousie University.

… work focuses on the policies, strategies and technologies that can improve the sustainability of both industry and the communities they intersect. The emphasis is to support regional sustainability through the integration of green technologies, renewable energy, and sustainability strategies applicable within the specific cultural, economic and social context.

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Maintenance Officer; Lecturer; Qualified Ammunition Technical Authority; Administrative Officer

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Training Officer; Executive Officer; OTO; Project Director; Combat Officer; Scheduling Officer; Navigating Officer

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“I am a Project Management transition specialist in the Infrastructure Outsourcing workstream. I have managed operations prior to the transition work in Canada, the US and Western Europe. Typical projects encorporate telecom setup, network, processes, knowledge management, training, testing, incident and problem management. My objectives are to continue expanding my current project experiences in the IP contact center setup.”

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Aviation professional with a sharp focus on mission accomplishment and a dedication to serving the greater good. 22 years of experience have honed a mature scientific mind with an aptitude for problem solving. Strong interpersonal skills coupled with an unfailing drive for self improvement have yielded a challenging and rewarding career in the Royal Canadian Air Force.

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President and CEO; Financial Services Analyst; Research Director; Head of Equity Research; Naval Officer

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Flight Test Engineer; Aircraft Maintenance Officer

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5 Troop Commander; Assistant Lecturer; 3 Squadron Administration Officer, 33rd Combat Engineering Regiment (DND);Research Assistant

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VP Marketing, Export Development Canada; VP, Commercial Markets and Small Business; VP, Resource Sector; Director, Strategy and Planning

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“I would absolutely advise alumni to get involved with the College extracurriculars/RMC Club. Alumni get involved for various reasons, whether to develop skills and interests, family military ties, pride and love for college, association and affinity with the military, ongoing professional development, or to reconnect with friends and family. There are benefits to networking as a student preparing for your career, while building your career, and as a retired person. The RMC Club offers services and benefits, which improve as members use them.”

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Executive Assistant; Student; Commanding Officer; G6 (Signals) Operations and Plans; Deputy Commanding Officer2 Area Support Group Signal Squadron; Brigade G6 (Signals); Operations Officer; Operations Officer Kabul Multinational Brigade Headquarters & Signal Squadron; Signal Officer 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment

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A true Renaissance person with strong military leadership command and control experience and a solid Aerospace Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Computer Engineering background. Add project management expertise as well as database design and administration skills,combined with a proven sales track record, and Lisa is a welcome addition to any team.

19001  Michelle Adams – Associate Professor  at Dalhousie University

Michelle Adams is an Associate Professor in the Department of International Development Studies at Dalhousie University, where she won the Faculty Award for Exceptional Interdisciplinary Endeavors in Scholarly Research. She holds a Beng & MASc from Royal Military College of Canada and a PhD, Dalhousie University.

Her work focuses on the policies, strategies and technologies that can improve the sustainability of both industry and the communities they intersect. The emphasis is to support regional sustainability through the integration of green technologies, renewable energy, and sustainability strategies applicable within the specific cultural, economic and social context.

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23729 Alex Braden – Electrical Mechanical Engineering Officer at Canadian Forces

Maintenance Officer; Lecturer; Qualified Ammunition Technical Authority; Administrative Officer

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20552 Owen Brine – President KOEBEL Consulting Inc. – specializing in Project Management and Human Factors

Training Officer; Executive Officer; OTO; Project Director; Combat Officer; Scheduling Officer; Navigating Officer

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17450 Patrick Dennehy – Telecom Program Manager at Accenture

“I am a Project Management transition specialist in the Infrastructure Outsourcing workstream. I have managed operations prior to the transition work in Canada, the US and Western Europe. Typical projects encorporate telecom setup, network, processes, knowledge management, training, testing, incident and problem management. My objectives are to continue expanding my current project experiences in the IP contact center setup.”

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19989 Sean Dionne – Pilot at Department of National Defence

Aviation professional with a sharp focus on mission accomplishment and a dedication to serving the greater good. 22 years of experience have honed a mature scientific mind with an aptitude for problem solving. Strong interpersonal skills coupled with an unfailing drive for self improvement have yielded a challenging and rewarding career in the Royal Canadian Air Force.

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15622 Jason Donville – President and CEO at Donville Kent Asset Managment

President and CEO; Financial Services Analyst; Research Director; Head of Equity Research; Naval Officer

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24052 Sarah Rogers – Flight Test Engineer at the Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment

Flight Test Engineer; Aircraft Maintenance Officer

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25465 Michael Roeterink – MASc. Candidate at Royal Military College of Canada

5 Troop Commander; Assistant Lecturer; 3 Squadron Administration Officer, 33rd Combat Engineering Regiment (DND);Research Assistant

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16593 Tom Sloan – VP Marketing at Export Development Canada

VP Marketing, Export Development Canada; VP, Commercial Markets and Small Business; VP, Resource Sector; Director, Strategy and Planning

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5533 Glenn Allen – One of leads for the Strategic Review Implementation Project

“I would absolutely advise alumni to get involved with the College extracurriculars/RMC Club. Alumni get involved for various reasons, whether to develop skills and interests, family military ties, pride and love for college, association and affinity with the military, ongoing professional development, or to reconnect with friends and family. There are benefits to networking as a student preparing for your career, while building your career, and as a retired person. The RMC Club offers services and benefits, which improve as members use them.”

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21533 Jeremy Small – Executive Assistant at Deputy Commander, Canadian Joint Operations Command

Executive Assistant; Student; Commanding Officer; G6 (Signals) Operations and Plans; Deputy Commanding Officer2 Area Support Group Signal Squadron; Brigade G6 (Signals); Operations Officer; Operations Officer Kabul Multinational Brigade Headquarters & Signal Squadron; Signal Officer 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment

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17594 Lisa Nicholson – Client Engagement Manager at TVTI

A true Renaissance woman with strong military leadership command and control experience and a solid Aerospace Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Computer Engineering background. Add project management expertise as well as database design and administration skills,combined with a proven sales track record, and Lisa is a welcome addition to any team.