Jamie Curtis

Newfoundland & Labrador Hydro

Jamie was born in Winnipeg, MB but spent only one week there as he and his Mother returned to Bishop’s Falls where he was raised by his mother and grandparents. Jamie attended grade school in Bishop’s Falls at Leo Burke Academy and went to Memorial University to complete his bachelor’s degree Mechanical Engineering. Jamie completed his six work terms with Abitibi Bowater, North Atlantic Refining Limited and Exmar Offshore in Houston, Texas before being hired by Nalcor Energy in August 2008 as a graduate engineer. Jamie’s first placement with Nalcor Energy was with Churchill Falls Labrador Corporation where he spent 14 months before being transferred to Holyrood in January 2010. In July 2010, Jamie was hired as the Project and Quality Assurance Engineer at Holyrood and remained in this position until June 2018. In June 2018, Jamie was promoted to the Manager of Work Execution; a position he still holds to this day. During Jamie’s time at Holyrood, he spent five years on the Occupational Health and Safety committee and eight years on the Holyrood High Angle Rescue Team (HART). In 2017, Jamie won the Nalcor Energy President's Award for Safety. Jamie is a registered professional engineer with the province of NL. Jamie currently lives in St. John’s with his wife Laura who is a high school biology, chemistry and physics teacher at Centre for Distance Learning and Innovation (CDLI). Jamie loves to golf, but most of all, Jamie loves spending time with his wife (who he loves so dearly) travelling near and abroad.

10:05 ‑ 10:45

Friday 14th May

Impact Speaker

Jamie's presentation focuses on mental health in 2020; the facts, biases and stigma, while incorporating his own story and his personal struggle and successes with mental health.