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The Société Alzheimer Society Sudbury-Manitoulin North Bay & Districts is delighted to announce the selection of Stéphanie Leclair as its new Executive Director.  She will be overseeing the Sudbury, Little Current and North Bay offices.

In this role, Stéphanie is responsible for leading the Society in its mission and overseeing the day to day operations. She will be taking her position in official capacity as of June 2016.  Stéphanie’s experience in non-profit management, fundraising, stakeholder engagement, professional development and organizational stewardship has great potential to grow the Society in the coming years. 

“ I am excited for the opportunity to lead this team in providing exemplary services to those living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias in the Sudbury, Manitoulin and North Bay regions. As the number of persons with a diagnosis of dementia continues to grow, our goal will be to work strategically with our community partners in order to ensure those living with a diagnosis and their care partners receive the quality care they deserve.” Stéphanie Leclair, Executive Director.


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