Nadine Sutcliffe Named ITAP Employee of the Year

Nadine Sutcliffe, Vice President and Manager of Operations at CPKN, was presented with the Employee of the Year Award last night at the Innovation and Technology Association of PEI's Gala Awards Dinner.

Nominated for her outstanding work in advancing e-learning in the Canadian policing community, Nadine was one of several winners in categories that recognize successful Island IT companies.

"Nadine is a driving force behind the success of CPKN," says Sandy Sweet, company President. "While she balances a complex web of projects and initiatives, her exceptional way with people has been central to building a highly effective team and a highly valuable network of partners, contributors, and clients."

Nadine joined CPKN in 2006 and has played a pivotal role in building a national community of collaborators who are investing in, and realizing the benefits of, e-learning as a highly effective tool for police training. In a sector as traditional as law enforcement, this has not always been an easy road, but she has met, and worked through, the barriers and challenges with a pioneering spirit and undeniable enthusiasm.

"This award is a real surprise and honor," says Nadine. "And while I have been the lucky recipient of this award, you can be assured that the work that we do at CPKN is very much a team effort."

"We are very aware of the contribution that Nadine makes to our organization on a daily basis," says Sweet. "She is a valued member of our team and we welcome the opportunity to share our appreciation for her."