Audrey-Anne Robinson is currently employed as an Aircraft Rescue Firefighter at the Ottawa International Airport since 2019. She joined the Army Cadet program in Sainte-Julie, Quebec at the age of 12, starting at the rank of Cadet Recruit and managed to rise to the highest rank of Cadet Chief Warrant Officer. Her cadet career took her across Canada for specialized training and advanced leadership courses.
After obtaining a college degree in Community Recreational Leadership at Cegep St. Laurent in 2006, Audrey set her sights on a more exciting career field. In 2007, she began a trailblazing career as a professional Skydiving instructor, becoming one of five female fully-rated instructors across Canada. During her career, she has accumulated nearly 5,000 jumps and currently holds two separate Canadian Skydiving records.
Never satisfied with the status quo, Audrey set out to find a new challenge in life.
In 2017, Audrey decided to enrol into the Pre-Service Firefighting program at La Cité Collegiale, where she was immediately appointed to be the class Captain. In 2018, Audrey graduated from the program with Honours. Due to her outstanding performance, Audrey was offered an Instructor position within the program.
In 2018, she was also hired to be a volunteer firefighter in the City of Clarence-Rockland. In addition to being a volunteer firefighter, Audrey began working with Multi-Trek as a Vertical Safety and Confined Spaces Rescue specialist.
In her free time, she enjoys extreme sports, living a healthy lifestyle, travelling, and hanging out with her puppy - Vector.