15224 Suzanne Bastien, M.A.(Éth. Pub), B.Ed., ing., PMP (Class of 1986)

Suzanne a été élue première vice-présidente de l’Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ) en juin 2014. Elle est la représentante de l’outaouais au sein du conseil d’administration de l’OIQ depuis 2013. Suzanne a un intérêt avoué en gouvernance, ce sujet était central à son mémoire pour l’obtention de sa maîtrise en éthique publique à l’université Saint-Paul à Ottawa l’an dernier. Il faut bien s’occuper quand les enfants partent de la maison 🙂

Suzanne has been elected as First Vice-President of the Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ) in June 2014. Suzanne has been an elected member of the Board of Directors of the OIQ since 2013 as the Outaouais representative. She has a keen interest in governance, that being the subject of her research paper for her Public Ethics Masters degree she completed last year. Got to fill all that free time when the kids leave the house 🙂


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