Considered an exceptional colleague, visionary and ally by everyone who has had the chance to work with her, Tania Charron has been instrumental in revealing the hidden problem of homelessness among West Island youth.
For 12 years, the Table de concertation Vivre Saint-Michel en santé has relied on the natural leadership skills of Jean Panet-Raymond, who builds on citizen action to improve living conditions in Saint-Michel—an approach that is definitely getting results!
Natalie Chapman worked for the West Island Association for the Intellectually Handicapped (WIAIH) for more than 20 years before retiring a few months ago as its Executive Director.
Valérie Fortier has worked for the Association québécoise des parents et amis de la personne atteinte de maladie mentale (AQPAMM) for nearly three years.
Pierre G. Cartier
Pierre G. Cartier, who has a deep motivation for collective well-being, demonstrates inspiring leadership as the executive director of Corporation de L’Étincelle in Saint-Henri.
Since Caroline Langevin became its executive director, Corporation L’Espoir has become an even bigger beacon of hope.