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Welcome to the new CACP Communications Advisor In 2017, the CACP was pleased to welcome Ms. Natalie Wright as the CACP Communications Advisor. Ms. Wright brings a wealth of communications expertise to the CACP and will be working to develop a national CACP Communications Strategy and will be working closely with Tim Smith, the CACP Government Relations and Strategic Communications Director to consolidate and modernize CACP communications. 21 CACP 2017 Annual Review CACP NATIONAL OFFICE MS. NATALIE WRIGHT COMMUNICATIONS ADVISOR Natalie Wright is a bilingual communications professional with extensive strategic and operational experience in organizational communications, relationship management, public relations, marketing and product development. Prior to joining the CACP, Natalie has been responsible for the development and implementation of communication strategies, public education campaigns, product launches and media relations in Crown corporations, a Fortune 500 company, as well as a non-profit professional association. Ms. Wright graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelor of Arts with honours in communications, as well as a minor in psychology. Natalie's greatest strengths are her strategic planning, organization, presentation and writing skills. She thrives on developing content and maximizing resources in order to increase awareness and understanding, influence attitudes and/or change behaviours. During her time at the Bank of Canada, she managed a team who collaborated with law enforcement agencies to promote the use of bank note security features to prevent counterfeiting and to implement fraud-prevention campaigns. She has also managed an award-winning website and helped position the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada as a thought leader and preferred source of information on obstetrics and gynaecology for members, the general public, the media and government. Natalie was born in Alexandria, Ontario and now lives in Richmond, Ontario with her husband and twin boys. In her free time, she likes to sing, perform in community musical theater productions, and attend motocross races where she can cheer on her son who is a professional racer.

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