Worked in Ottawa.
Received the first May Cohen Award for Women Mentors in 2002 from the Canadian Medical Association for being a formidable activist on behalf of women in medicine.
N.B. The CMA May Cohen Award is awarded annually to a woman physician who has demonstrated outstanding mentoring abilities.
Associate Dean of Professional Affairs at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa, 2003-2007.
Actively prepares women for promotion and promotes personal wellness and family life in balance with professional life.
Fosters a faculty-wide mentoring program and formal leadership training for faculty and staff at the University of Ottawa.
Helped define an equitable promotion policy that closed the gender gap in promotions, and inspired similar initiatives in other Ontario universities.
Leads workshops on leadership development, balancing professional and family life and the academic promotion process, and has provided conflict resolution training in collaboration with the Faculty of Law.
Founding Director of the Ottawa Academic Health Sciences Leadership Program in 2001.