The Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS) includes sixteen colleges and universities as well as four regional partners from French communities in minority context. Together with the National Secretariat of the CNFS, their actions aim to improve access to social and health services for official language minority communities, in particular by increasing access to health training programs.
The CNFS initiative is supported by the Association des collèges et universités de la francophonie canadienne (ACUFC) and made possible through the financial contribution of Health Canada.
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Lynn Brouillette has been the President and Chief executive officer (CEO) of the Association des collèges et universités de la francophonie canadienne (ACUFC) since February 2016. She previously held positions in senior management and as Executive Director of the Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS) for eight years. She worked within Ontario’s college system for nineteen years, where she was involved in administration and project management for Collège Boréal, in Sudbury.
Ms. Brouillette’s career is dedicated to promoting and strengthening postsecondary education in French. In this regard, she has been the instigator of initiatives to increase the active offer of French health services by training professionals equipped to provide these services, with confidence and conviction, in their work environment. Her expertise and commitment have enabled the CNFS to become a recognized leader in this field, both in Canada and abroad.
As ACUFC’S President and CEO, she contributes to the consolidation of the association which supports the increase in the offer of programs and services among members, which in turn benefits francophone minority communities. Under Ms. Brouillette’s leadership, ACUFC saw its sphere of influence and activities broaden, particularly in the fields of health, justice, international affairs and the continuum of French-language education.
As President and CEO of ACUFC, she has contributed to the consolidation of the association, which supports the increase of programs and services among its members, and which benefits Francophone minority communities. Under Ms. Brouillette's leadership, the ACUFC has seen its sphere of influence and activities expand, particularly in the areas of health, justice, international affairs, and the French-language education continuum.
Ms. Brouillette holds a Bachelor’s degree in Science from the University of Ottawa, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Education and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Laurentian University.