Bronwyn is the Business Development Officer for Fire & Public Safety. She is responsible for the development and implementation of Fire & Public Safety programs that are relevant to the ever-changing needs of First Responders in the community. Using her diverse background and passion for Public Safety, she consults with individual learners, fire departments and private sector corporations to ensure NorQuest course offerings continue to prepare learners for success in their careers and to assist with company recruitment, succession, and retention plans.
She previously served as a Peace Officer for nine years conducting Animal Cruelty & Neglect investigations, two years as an Emergency Management Advisor for the Oilers Entertainment Group, and remains as a Paid On-Call Firefighter after seven years of service. She is the recipient of the Slave Lake Medal of Honor for her service as a Peace Officer during the wildfires of 2011, and County of Wood Buffalo Medal of Appreciation responding as a Firefighter during the Fort MacMurray Fire of 2016. She was awarded Firefighter of the year by her department in 2012.
In her spare time, Bronwyn focuses on spending quality time with her young daughter and family, training for the yearly Firefighter Stairclimb Challenge in Calgary, and being active outdoors. Her education continues; taking fire/rescue training and related emergency response/command courses as often as she is able, and is currently certifying as a Doula, hoping to provide services for low-income Mothers who wish to have additional support. She has a dry and sarcastic sense of humor, and loves to work with a variety of personalities preparing her well for work within the emergency services.