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UNB alumni inducted into Order of New Brunswick

Author: Communications

Posted on Aug 17, 2015

Category: UNB Fredericton , myUNB , UNB Homepage , UNB Saint John , In the Media

Earlier this month 10 New Brunswickers were inducted into the Order of New Brunswick, including three University of New Brunswick alumni.

Camille Albert (BBA'87), from Fredericton, for his leadership as an entrepreneur, his support of the francophone community in the capital area, and for his dedication to innumerable community organizations.

Carol Loughrey (BBA'87), from Fredericton, for her dedication as a champion of and role model for women in business, academia and government during the last 40 years.

Marlene Unger (BBA'87), from Fredericton, for her tireless work during the past 30 years for human rights, social justice and education, including her promotion of awareness of the Holocaust and her relentless fight against anti-Semitism.

The award honours current or former long-time residents of New Brunswick who have demonstrated a high level of individual excellence and achievement in any field, having made outstanding contributions to the social, cultural or economic well-being of New Brunswick and its residents

“I congratulate all the recipients on being named to the Order of New Brunswick,” said Premier Brian Gallant. “Their outstanding leadership, work and efforts contribute to improving the economic, cultural and social well-being of our people and our province.”