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Tammara (Tami) McBratney

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Tammara (Tami) McBratney

After graduating from BCI in 1998, Tami McBratney obtained a degree in Kinesiology from the University of Michigan followed by a Bachelor of Nursing Science from the University of Ottawa.  She then enlisted in the Royal Canadian Navy where she currently serves as a Lieutenant.

 As a member of the Royal Canadian Navy, Ms McBratney was deployed to Haiti following the disastrous earthquake in that country and has twice been sent to Afghanistan.  Her second stint in Afghanistan was a volunteer deployment. She has also worked on a hospital ship in South America.

While at BCI, Ms McBratney excelled in both academics and in athletics. She was an Ontario Scholar and top female athlete in the year of her graduation.  In the same year she was the recipient of the Betty Stephenson Award for selflessly giving to school athletics. Ms McBratney was a gold medalist with BCI’s junior women’s eight rowing crew and two time member of the Canadian rowing championship women’s four crew.  She also won individual honours in basketball, volleyball and badminton.

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