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WORKING TOGETHER FOR THE CAUSE!

MEET THE ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF MONTREAL TEAM!

Executive Committee

Robert Beaudoin

President

Shelley Epstein

Vice-President

Fergus V. Keyes

Secretary

Marco Speranza

Treasurer

Mona Beck

Administrator

Dr. Nora H. Kelner

Administrator

Colette A. Vanasse

Administrator

Administrators

Anouk A. Coxon

Administrator

Michael Litwin

Administrator

Carole Mireault

Administrator

Dayna Morrow

Administrator

Georges Pigeon

Administrator

David E. Roberge

Administrator

Management Team

Camille Isaacs-Morell

Executive Director

Claude Lauzon

Director – Human and Material Resources

Marie Christine Le Bourdais

Director – Programs and Services
(maternity leave)

Maude Sigouin-Lacoste

Director – Programs and Services
(interim)

Staff Members

Teresa Anuza

Coordinator – Educational Services

Anne-Claude Belibi

Assistant – Programs et Services

Marie-Soleil Blanchet

Art Therapist

Pierre Bourassa

Assistant – Administration

Isabelle Caldairou

Coordinator – Groups and Activities
(interim)

Raffaela Cavaliere

Coordinator – Respite and Stimulation Services

Jacques Couture

Counsellor – North of Montreal

Generosa De Cubellis

Counsellor – East of Montreal

Elisabeth Désy

Assistant – Financing Development

Jacinthe Duval

Counsellor – Centre-South of Montreal

Jordan Fish

Intake and Orientation Counsellor

Marie-Pier Foucault

Coordinator – Groups and Activities
(maternity leave)

Alexander Mattias

Counsellor – People Living with Dementia

Tristan McElheron

Receptionist and Handyman

David Paluch

Assistant Coordinator – Respite and Stimulation Services

Liliana Ponce de Leon

Counsellor – West of Montreal

Christiane Proulx

Counsellor – Centre-West of Montreal

Jessica Seidman

Coordinator – Counselling Network

Gessie Vanessa Sérant

Advisor – Philanthrophic Development

Richard Steele

Coordinator – Digital Engagement and Webmaster

Volunteer!

Volunteers play a key role at the Alzheimer Society of Montreal. They help us to enhance the lives of Montrealers living with dementia and those of their families.

Volunteers are people who, like you, want to make a difference!

Organize a Fundraiser!

Your fundraising activity, whether it is sponsored or not, does not have to be complicated.

It is always possible to organize a fundraising event, whatever your age and level of physical fitness.

Participate in an Event!

Whether as a sponsor, partner, benefactor, spokesperson, or participant, your involvement in fundraising events is important! By supporting these events, you become a source of inspiration and hope for thousands of families living with dementia.
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