Executive Director
(438) 523-1665

Karoll-Ann Carrier has a graduate diploma in History from Laval University. She has cumulated experience in many sectors: researched, writing, accounting, management, administration and marketing. She is involved in the History Society of the Seigneurie de Chambly, where she develops historical educational brochures for youth with the Histoire-Jeunesse team.

Project Coordinator
(579) 421-1008

Nicolas Beaudoin has a Technique in community recreation leadership training as well as a diploma of private studies in Masso-kinesitherapy. He has acquired the skills to develop projects promoting the benefits of a healthy lifestyle, the importance of education and well-being among youth. He has also held management positions in community and private sectors, helping…

Treasurer

Kris Klove (Treasurer) is a very involved person in her community. She is currently on the Executive Committee of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 121 in Otterburn Park, the treasurer at MEPEC and she attends meetings at the Woman’s Participation Group. She was also asked to work on the Poppy Campaign as well as the…

Paul Mitchell (Director) holds a New Zealand Justice of the Peace warrant and has served in the New Zealand Armed Forces as well as the Military Police. He then went on to become a civilian Police Officer and attaché to the Minister of Police in New Zealand. After leaving this service, he then owned and…

Office Manager
(450) 281-3732

Debbie Hanney retired from Information Technology (IT) after a 42-year career with Sun Life Financial. She held many positions both in Administration and then in the IT department.  She participated in many high-profile projects while at Sun Life and held many roles within IT. Her interpersonal skills along with her strong planning and organizing abilities…

President

Tarek Dahab (President) is dedicated to serve the ESC after attending English school boards throughout Quebec for many years. He served 22 years in law enforcement and is the father of 2 presently Riverside School Board’s students.