Nicole Sévigny is a certified translator and a member of the Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec (OTTIAQ), where, for about 10 years, she held the position of Provincial Administrator and Treasurer as well as Vice-Chair and Chair of the Outaouais Regional Section. In 2003, she received the Canadian Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters Council’s (CTTIC) Volunteer Award. She is also a member of various national standardization networks like the Joint Committee on Terminology in Canada (JCTC), the Federal Terminology Council (FTC), the National Terminology Council (NTC) and the Promoting Access to Justice in Both Official Languages Program (PAJLO).
In 2005 and 2008, she was elected to the Council of the International Federation of Translators’ (FIT), where she chairs the Terminology Committee and is the liaison member between FIT and ISO Technical Committee 37 (ISO/TC 37) Terminology and other language and content resources.
In addition, Nicole Sévigny plays an active role within several networks and organizations like:
Rifal (Réseau international francophone d’aménagement linguistique)
- the International Organisation of La Francophonie (OIF)
Rilac (Réseau international des langues africaines et créoles) in particular,
projet CTA (Coopération technolinguistique – Afrique : développement des
langues partenaires africaines et créole),
Realiter (Réseau panlatin de terminologie)
Riterm (Réseau ibéro-américain de terminologie); and
- the EAFT (European Association for Terminology) amongst other things as a jury member for the 2008 Terminology Awards.
Last update: 2011-10-14