Congratulations to Jennifer Hunt (M.H.A. program), who was awarded the Robert Wood Johnson award. The award was established in 1956 by Johnson & Johnson and it is presented on a yearly basis to six students. One student from each of the six Canadian universities that offer graduate programs in health services administration, they are nominated for the valuable contribution that will make in the area of health management.
Jennifer C. Hunt, B.A. (Highest Hons.), M.A., M.H.A. (University of Ottawa)
Ms. Hunt has a B.A. (Highest Hons.) and M.A. in Psychology (Carleton University), and an M.H.A. from the Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa. In 2002, Jennifer began her healthcare career in the field of mental health research and evaluation at The Ottawa Hospital. She is currently working as a Program Analyst at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute where she is responsible for Performance Measurement and provides operational support for the VP Clinical Services. Jennifer is also a Clinical Investigator with the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and serves as a co-consultant to the Champlain LHIN on residential drug addiction treatment planning for youth. In the interest of continuing education and professional development, Jennifer is pursuing her CHE designation and is an active member of the Emerging Health Leaders in Ottawa. In the years ahead, Jennifer will strive to create positive change and improvement within our healthcare system.