Announcement: Provincial Manager Atlantic Canada

Announcement: Provincial Manager Atlantic Canada

CAMRT is very pleased to announce the appointment of Jennifer Carey as the new Provincial Manager, Atlantic Canada and Manager, National Advocacy.

Members across Atlantic Canada, as well as across the country, know Jenn well – she has been a long-time volunteer provincially and nationally for the MRT profession.
At the provincial level Jenn held the roles of Director, Vice-President and President of the NBAMRT, and was instrumental in the creation of the Atlantic MRT Accord (AMRTA), uniting MRTs across Atlantic Canada. Nationally, Jenn has been both a member and the Chair of the Professional Practice Advisory Council, and has dedicated her time and passion to committee work in the areas of mental health and Choosing Wisely Canada. In 2017, Jenn was elected to the CAMRT Board of Directors and has contributed greatly as a Director, as the Chair of the Board Finance Committee, and most recently, as the President of the Board.

Professionally, Jenn held the role of Radiologic Technologist at The Moncton Hospital from 2009-2016, after which she moved to her most recent role as Clinical Instructor at the Moncton Hospital School of Radiologic Technology. Jenn holds a Master of Organizational Management, a Bachelor of Health Sciences, a Bachelor of Science and a Certificate in Adult Education (to name only a few academic achievements).

The CAMRT is incredibly grateful to have the opportunity to work with Jenn. Those of you who know her will absolutely agree that her passion for the profession, her technical skill and expertise, her professionalism, and her enthusiasm for amplifying the voices of MRTs in Atlantic Canada, and across the country, are the perfect attributes for success in this new role.

Jenn is located in Moncton, New Brunswick and will be connected to the CAMRT office through technology and organizational supports. Jenn will officially take the reins on this new role on October 18th, 2021 and can be reached at In the meantime, if you are interested in supporting the implementation of the new provincial association services model, either through volunteering as a Site Ambassador, or as a member of the volunteer Advisory Council, then please keep your eyes on your inbox. We will be sending out details on how to apply for these volunteer opportunities in the coming days.

For more information, please visit or contact Karen Morrison at


Comments ( 3 )

  • Cathy Hutchinson

    My long time ‘Saint John’ friend Elaine Dever speaks very highly of you. Congratulations, a great accomplishment!

  • Betty Lutes

    Congratulations Jenn! So proud of all your accomplishments, wishing you all the best in your new position.

  • Susan Maillet

    Jenn will do an amazing job in her new role as Provincial Manager, Atlantic Canada and Manager, National Advocacy.. I have worked with Jenn at 5he Moncton Hospital and Jenn always played a huge role in leadership upon graduating from The Moncton Hospital School of Radiological Technology and UNB Health Sciences. Jenn was a strong advocate for others who were dealing with different health issues. Always knew Jenn would pursue and obtain a strong role in the Camrt. We are so fortunate to have her in this role.

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