Monday, May 27, 2024

Staff member is busy on and off the field

Students and staff may notice a new face around CNA’s Bay St. George campus in Stephenville, NL.

In fact, many can expect to interact with Heather Noseworthy on a regular basis since she’s the campus’s new Storekeeper II.

“I maintain the bookstore, keep in contact with instructors about the current books, do requisitions for them, sell books to students and we do inventory every quarter,” she explained.

The St. David’s, NL native adds that aside from the bookstore, she is also busy with shipping and receiving.

“We receive supplies, merchandise, equipment, etc. for the campus and headquarters, as well as incoming and outgoing mail,” she said.

Although she has only been with CNA since September, Heather says she is enjoying her new role.

“Every day I get a little more comfortable and am excited to keep learning,” she said. “I like that there are many different things that are required, from the bookstore and the mailroom to receiving and interacting with students.”

When she’s not working, Heather is also active in the other aspects of her life. She enjoys softball and spending time with her family. She currently lives in Kippens and has two grown children – one living in Kamloops, B.C. and one attending Memorial University.

“In the summer I spend a lot of time travelling with softball, whether it be playing or coaching. I get great pleasure coaching the high school girls’ team in the fall. In the winter I hibernate and try not to freeze,” she laughed.

Over the years Heather’s family became involved in softball as well.

“I have been playing myself for over 30 years and my whole family is quite active in it. We have all competed on a provincial and national level,” she said. “When my daughter got to high school I was asked if I would be interested in helping. Of course, I jumped at the opportunity and have been doing it ever since.”

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Ryanne McIsaac
Ryanne McIsaac
Ryanne is Editor of CNA Currents. Born and raised in Stephenville, NL, Ryanne moved back to Newfoundland after spending 16 years in Calgary, Alberta. Ryanne has a Journalism Diploma from College of the North Atlantic and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Cape Breton University. She worked for many years as a reporter and freelance writer. She is happy to be back in her hometown and working for CNA.


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