This award is given to one Canadian midwife annually. The nominee must demonstrate evidence of teaching effectiveness, teaching innovation, excellence in curricular design, student engagement and exemplary mentorship. Courtney was nominated by several faculty members and enthusiastically supported by the UBC Midwifery Student Association. As a former Master of Health Professions Education Canada student with the Center for Health Education Scholarship, Courtney brings fresh ideas and energy to the UBC Midwifery curricula. She most recently completed work constructing a 1500 item test bank of validated questions for use in midwifery coursework. The Midwifery Faculty is grateful to have Courtney’s expertise available to Midwifery at UBC.