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Associated Alumni

Young Alumni Achievement Award

Recognizing outstanding achievements of alumni within 10 years of receiving a bachelor’s degree or within five years of receiving a graduate degree.

Lyndsay Lovely (BSc ’06)

Lyndsay Lovely

Lyndsay Lovely is an occupational therapist and a third-year medical student with a passion for healthcare and volunteering her time to those in need. Since graduating from UNB in 2006, she has made significant accomplishments in both her professional and academic careers.

In 2008, Lovely was the recipient of the prestigious Soroptimist Foundation of Canada national award, whereby she was recognized for her work and future aspirations in women’s health. Shortly after completing her post-secondary studies, Lovely worked in both public and private healthcare, including many teaching contracts at Eastern College, where she helped develop their new OT/PTA program.

As an avid volunteer with a passion for global health initiatives, Lovely’s most notable volunteer efforts have been her work in Haiti. In 2010, Lovely volunteered her rehabilitation services to those disabled by a devastating  earthquake. She spent much of her time in the tent cities, established to aid over one million victims who lost their homes.

Lovely has since visited Haiti twice more, working through a wide range of disasters including a cholera outbreak, hurricane Tomas and the rioting of the 2011 Presidential election. During her last trip to Haiti, Lovely worked in a new capacity as a Dalhousie New Brunswick medical student helping with a Chikungunya outbreak.

As a proud alumna, Lovely aspires to one day provide healthcare to future students at the UNB Health Clinic.