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The woman behind NOMI Resort Club, Canada’s newest wellness community, brought her corporate experience into the world of nature, and watched it bloom.

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David Chan Photography

There Is Always Time.

Elizabeth Blouin was at the top of the corporate structure with Fortune-500 companies for 30 years, until she looked inward and saw that it was time. Today she is NOMI Resort Club’s Community Development Lead and COO. Her career is as much a journey of self-discovery as it is the act of giving back, because, after all, the two are inseparable.

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2016

$30 Million NOMI Resort Club Development Project.

NOMI Resort Club is a 40,000 square foot private getaway, where luxury residences and curated experiences allow members to enjoy each season to its fullest. Elizabeth continues to prove instrumental in its current evolution and continued expansion. Hers is a particular focus on livability, connection and experiences that foster belonging.
2015

$1.5 Million Residential Construction Project.

From recreational dwellings, resort-style condominiums and urban loft villas that have been inspired by their surroundings, to the luxury of premier amenities and the allure of parks and trails, NOMI Resort Club reflects the culmination of a journey that is both personal and universal.
2006

Launch of a $10 Million Enhanced EFLEX Services Agreement With Symantic Corporation and Rogers Communications.

Before NOMI, Elizabeth structured non-standard and complex deals based on buying programs, policies and processes to maximize revenue for Symantec Corporation. The contrast may seem stark, but its essence is the same: at Symantec too, Elizabeth facilitated large business opportunities, monitored the local demand and ensured orders met the requirements of the company’s ultimate ambition.

“It was all about timing for me; it’s not so much that I left all I had learned in business development behind, rather, I leveraged it. When you can use innovative technology and services to make a difference to the individual, that’s when you step foot into the best of both worlds.”

Photography by: Evan Bourassa

When Elizabeth was Omega Performance’s Vice President of Contact Sales Centre Practice, Canada, she had already established herself as an expert consultant who developed new business clients, established a national contact centre strategy, and launched new global initiatives for management consulting.

Responsibility and success seemed to follow her along every step of her career. As Executive Director, Enterprise Solutions at Bell Canada, Elizabeth exceeded sales targets of $20 million; she closed $10 million in new business; and managed a team that oversaw a portfolio of over 150 accounts.

Photography by: Evan Bourassa

2001

$40 Million Magna International Global Solutions Project Over 5 Years.

2001

$30 Million Solution for BOC Gases Industrial Gas Manufacturer’s Data Building Development.

2000

$35 Million, 3-Year Contract for AT&T and Bank of Nova Scotia’s Data Network Construction Implementation.

First, as Senior Manager, Complex Deals, Enterprise, Elizabeth lead and negotiated commercial agreements in excess of $100 million. She procured multi-year contracts worth hundreds of million with various clients, increasing their point-of scale network and reach.
2000

$40 Million Hudson’s Bay Data Network Construction Revitalization.

2000

Utility Construction Agreement Between AT&T and Cisco Systems.

After four years as Senior Manager, Elizabeth took up the role of Director, Strategic Alliances Partners, at AT&T. In this capacity, she managed relationships, strategic plans and portfolios, all while exceeding savings target objectives in annual spend by $500,000 per year.

Before receiving an Executive MBA before beginning her first role as Specialist, Records Management for Revenue Canada ITB Finance, in 1993 Elizabeth Blouin completed her Bachelor of Arts from University of Western Ontario, and her career developing state-of-the-art technology and services began. There was no telling what the future held.

Photography by: Evan Bourassa

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1999

$140 Million Integrated National Services Agreement Between AT&T and CIBC Work Markets Global Network.

Earlier in her career, as Senior Manager, Program Management Global Network Services for Nortel Networks, Elizabeth would indicate her future success by managing global network product and services initiatives, executing $7 million worth of global data network facilities and breaking new ground by implementing Nortel’s first Call Centre integration through North America.
1999

Nortel/Baynetwork Data Network Migration Between Montreal, Toronto, Dallas and North Carolina.

1998

First SL-100 Constructed Data Network Building Facility in Canada for Nortel Networks.

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