As an event coordinator at Concordia’s Conference Services, Nancy Curran has earned a reputation among her colleagues for her genuine dedication to her work.
Nancy has exhibited an equal commitment to a variety of volunteer causes at the university and elsewhere. She has been a long-time supporter and participant of the Concordia Shuffle and serves on the steering committee for Centraide. She is also a charter member of the Concordia Toastmasters Club, and has helped build the club into an established arena for students, faculty and staff to improve their public speaking skills.
Nancy also actively supports the Canadian Cancer Society’s annual Daffodil Day, the Magical Penny Jar, the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada and Dans la Rue.
Her previous honours include the Concordia Council on Student Life Outstanding Contribution Award, two Engineering and Computer Science Council on Student Life staff awards, the Garnet Key Award and the Concordia Volunteer Recognition Award.