Nicole Robert graduated as a registered nurse from the École d’infirmières of the University of Ottawa. She holds a Bachelor of Science in nursing, with a concentration in public hygiene, as well as a Master’s degree in business administration (MBA) from the same institution.
Nicole has worked many years in the health sector, more specifically in the mental health sector at the hospital and community levels. She was also the executive director of the Geriatric Psychiatry Community Services of Ottawa for more than two decades. As a member of various local and regional boards and committees, she actively promoted the delivery of services targeted to numerous groups and minorities in a constantly changing environment, collaborating with several partners.
Her professional path has also given her the opportunity to act as a citizen judge, working closely with a multicultural community to defend the principles inherent in Canadian citizenship.
Now a retiree, Nicole pursues her work as a capacity assessor at the Capacity Assessment Office of the Ministry of the Attorney General. She is also a member of the Council on Aging, an organization focused on building an “age-friendly city”.
Nicole has many hobbies: she plays tennis, golf and bridge, attends a reading club and likes cross-country skiing. In a nutshell, she is a very busy woman, as well as a loving grandmother.