Jonathan J. Cohn (BArch’84) has been elevated to the American Institute of Architect’s prestigious College of Fellows, which recognizes architects who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession and made significant contributions to architecture and society.
Lee Cohen (LLB ’80) was appointed to the Order of Nova Scotia on December 7, 2021, by Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Arthur J. LeBlanc. Lee is a lawyer, social justice advocate, refugee clinic organizer and mentor.
Last year, Lynn Doucette (BHM’78) was honoured to be selected by Veterans Affairs as part of their ‘They Proudly Served’ series. Their focus was on women who served in the Persian Gulf War for the 30th anniversary. Lynn was the first female Mission Crew Commander aboard a USAF Airborne Warning & Control System (AWACS) E-3 in theatre.
Yvonne Stevens (JD’96) has spent the last 20 years living in sunny Arizona, married to Garth Stevens (JD’95). Yvonne is a Law and Ethics Professor at the Midwestern University Medical School, Precision Medicine Program.
Last year, Jocelyn Scherer (MBA’11) celebrated her milestone anniversary. She shouts congratulations to the inaugural CRMBA graduating class of 2011 on the tenth anniversary.
Kimberly Henderson Nixon (BASC’75) received her B.Ed in 1976 and retired from teaching in Nova Scotia in 2005. Now she lives in North Vancouver and enjoys being Nana to 4 darling grandchildren.
She works just across the street at the IWK as Breast Health Nurse Coordinator. Her daughter is 24 years and serving the country, most recently deployed on HMCS Fredricton. Margaret has 2 English bull terriers; they are avid kayakers who love to snorkel (even in NS).