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Natasha Broznitsky

Natasha Broznitsky is a Research and Innovation Officer with the BC Wildfire Service and is responsible for facilitating research the BC Wildfire Service is involved in. She has been the BCWS lead on health research projects covering various aspects of wildland fire personnel health, including respiratory and dermal exposure and psychosocial and mental health. Natasha started with the BCWS in 2014 as a firefighter on an Initial Attack crew in Williams Lake. She now lives in Powell River and assists the Sunshine Coast Zone and with importing and exporting out of province staff during times of high fire activity.


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