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In this episode, Captain(N) Seana Routledge is telling us all about her work in the Canadian Armed Forces! How does diversity and inclusion play a role in the organization? What was it like going to the Royal Canadian Military College to study engineering, compared to other post-secondary education? And just what does the Forces do to support the citizens of Canada? You’ll learn all about that and more!
Captain (Navy) Seana Routledge enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces in Fredericton, NB in 1996 in the Regular Officer Training Program. She graduated from the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston with a baccalaureate in Computer Engineering in 2000. She is currently Deputy Project Manager – Transition in the Canadian Surface Combatant Project Management Office.
For full shownotes, transcription, and land acknowledgement visit http://i.sfu.ca/wcuaAjRelevant Links:
- HMCS St. John's
- How to join the Forces
- "Navy commander found enriching career in military," The Star, 2016
- "Naval Technical Officer sees bright future for women in STEM roles," 2020
- NCSM Ville de Québec
- Royal Military College of Canada