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Associated Alumni

Associated alumnae 

Supporting current students and alumnae for over 100 years

The UNB Associated Alumnae Council is made up of female-identified graduates and former women students of the university. Founded in 1910 and incorporated in 1919, the association's goal is to promote – directly and indirectly – the educational and financial interests of the university, especially those related to the female-identified graduates and undergraduates of the university.

The Associated Alumnae annually awards several scholarships to current students totaling more than $20,000 per year, including: an Entrance Scholarship in Education named in honour of Muriel Farris Baird; the Zula V. Hallett Scholarship; the Marion Fleet Rogers Scholarship; Alumnae award for part-time students and travel grants to graduate students.

Associated Alumnae Executive

Jennifer WardA native of the Fredericton area, Jennifer graduated from the Fredericton campus of the University of New Brunswick in 2008 with a BBA (Honours in Accounting). After her time at UNB, she began working with a local accounting firm Bringloe Feeney LLP, where she obtained her Chartered Accountant designation. 13 years later, she is a partner at that same firm.

Jennifer, her husband Chris and her young son Wyatt enjoy exploring the great outdoors, and of course spending time with extended family.

A long-time volunteer, in addition to the Associated Alumnae of the University of New Brunswick Executive Council, Jennifer serves on multiple accounting related committees, is the Treasurer of the Fredericton Therapeutic Riding Association and is a director of UNB’s Board of Governors.

Bio coming soon.

Bio coming soon.

Emilie ChiassonEmilie Chiasson (BPhil ’15) is the Provincial Program Coordinator for FutureNB where she works to bridge the gap between student workplace readiness and employee recruitment and retention through experiential learning.

During overseas field work and in her native Canada, Emilie has worked hard to support marginalized groups and bring to light their lived experiences through advocacy and programming with AIDS-Free World and Grand Challenges Canada, among others.

Outside of work, you can typically find Emilie exploring the corners of New Brunswick by foot or bike, soaking in her love of east coast music or sailing on the Kennebecasis River.

Bio coming soon.

Bio coming soon.

Councillors & Council Roles

  • Mary Jo McIntosh, MEd'80, New Maryland, NB
  • Lana Tingley-Lacroix, BBA'94, Fredericton, NB
  • Brenda Samson, BEd'90, MEd'01, Fredericton, NB
  • Sharon Crabb, Bed’79, Med’93, Lower St. Mary’s, NB

  • Mardi Cockburn, BA'52, Fredericton, NB
  • Karen Taylor, BA'72, MPA'88, Woodstock, NB

  • Jennifer Ward, BBA’08, Fredericton, NB
  • Jennifer Sutherland Green, LLB'99, Fredericton, NB

  • Jane Kidney-Hermelin, BBA'97, Fredericton, NB

  • Jane Kidney-Hermelin - Chair, Finance
  • Jennifer Sutherland Green - Chair, Nominating
  • Jane Kidney-Hermelin - Chair, Planning and Operations
  • Deanna Stewart - Chair, Scholarships
  • Lana Tingley Lacroix - Chair, Events
  • Emilie Chiasson - Chair, Communications
  • Deanna Smith, Mary Jo McIntosh - Women's Centre Representatives

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