Results: Lower Mainland

  • 2016 Leadership Award - Lower Mainland

    Corina Carroll

    In her short time (2.5 years) at the agency and in her role, she has had to manage a staff team who had experienced a significant change in their leadership as well as a move to our new building where the space configuration was very different for the Counselling staff. The introduction of a Clinical […]

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  • 2016 Leadership Award - Lower Mainland

    Darrel Roemer


    Darrell Roemer has been with New View Society for over 20 years, in various official and unofficial leadership roles. When our Executive Director passed away in a sudden and tragic accident earlier this year, Darrell took charge of the organization, ensuring that New View continued to run smoothly, and no members suffered through lack of […]

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  • 2016 Dedication Award - Lower Mainland

    Lisa Rupert

    Lisa has been working with the YWCA for 15 years. Lisa is an incredible asset to the YWCA and her commitment, knowledge and experience informs the YWCA’s actions and services that support women and children who have experienced violence. Lisa is a leader in the community and for many years has been a participant on […]

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  • 2016 Dedication Award - Lower Mainland

    Khaleda Banu

    Khaleda Banu is the heart of Cedar Cottage Neighbourhood House. Khaleda first came to work at Cedar Cottage Neighbourhood House 26 years ago. She has been an inspiration to all of us in our efforts to grow, to learn and to create a welcoming, inclusive and supportive place for everyone. Participants, staff and volunteers endear […]

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  • 2016 Dedication Award - Lower Mainland

    Louise Jolicoeur

    Louise started in the Craft Unit, transitioned into the Maintenance Unit and has now been our Community Living and Housing Support Manager for the past 15 years. She has gone above and beyond in her unwavering commitment to providing a supportive, caring, and respectful environment for growth and recovery for individuals challenged by mental illness. […]

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  • 2015 Innovation Award - Lower Mainland

    Bella Cenezero

    Bella has been a constant and dedicated innovator at Parent Support Services Society of BC for over 20 years.. Since the 1994, Bella has played a pivotal role in addressing the lack of diversity in the work that Parent Support Services Society of BC did. Committed to a community development model, Bella entered into discussions […]

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  • 2015 Innovation Award - Lower Mainland

    Claudine Matlo

    Claudine is an outstanding Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House employee, who has brought amazing innovative seniors programs to the community of Mount Pleasant. The innovative program that Claudine brought to life is the Cities for Seniors Program: Building an Age Friendly Mount Pleasant. The Cities for Seniors: Building an Age Friendly Mount Pleasant. Claudine has truly […]

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  • 2015 Leadership Award - Lower Mainland

    Tahzeem Kassam

    I would like to nominate Tahzeem Kassam for her exemplary leadership capabilities and demonstrated superior teams-based results. Tahzeem began her career with DIVERSEcity over 18 years ago as a front line staff and during her time with the agency, she has moved into progressively challenging positions and has acquired invaluable sectoral and community development knowledge […]

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  • 2015 Leadership Award - Lower Mainland

    Eva Aboud

    Eva has many skills, but leadership is an over-arching characteristic that she shows when supporting participants, volunteers and staff. She recognizes people’s strengths and inspires them to build on those strengths. Eva has worked with so many groups at Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House and is the driving force behind many programs.  Community members, volunteers and […]

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  • 2015 Leadership Award - Lower Mainland

    Wes Everaars

    Wes Everaars is an empowering leader who builds trust with his staff through effective delegation and assistance. He is always available to help when he’s needed, easily transitioning between hands-on and hands-off approaches depending on the needs of the employee and project. Wes’s work during the merger of the Lookout Society and Keys: Housing and […]

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