Our Team

Katie Hadley, Executive Director

Katie joined the CRC team in August 2012. Katie has extensive leadership experience including 3 years as Youth Department Coordinator at the West Island YMCA, and 4 years as Assisted Living Coordinator for a local Seniors residence. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Human Science from Concordia. Katie is enthusiastic and focused on increasing the CRC’s impact in the West Island community.

 

Anne-Marie Angers-Trottier, CODI Coordinator

Anne-Marie Angers-Trottier has been CODI’s coordinator since 2012. Anne-Marie has a Bachelor’s degree in collective action (social work) from UQÀM and has dedicated her post-graduate studies to community development. Anne-Marie brings expertise in social development processes, mobilization and collective empowerment, as well as a deep understanding of the West Island’s community. Born and raised in Pointe-Claire, Anne-Marie is passionate about improving the quality of life in the West Island.

 

Lindsay Patrick, Program Coordinator

Lindsay Patrick has joined the CRC team as our Program Coordinator, and will be responsible for the Network Lunch dossier . Most recently, Lindsay worked in Nunavik evaluating the intervention program needs of local rehabilitation centres. Prior to that, she worked in crisis intervention and with adults experiencing mental health problems. Lindsay completed a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at McGill University and, in addition to her experience in crisis intervention and counselling, Lindsay has lived in the West Island most of her life and is very familiar with our local community resources.

 

Raouf Dimitri, Community Worker

A resident of the West Island since 1987, Raouf worked in the community for 2 years as a home support coordinator for Volunteer West Island.  Because of his enriched experience and will to do more, he completed a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work at McGill University and worked for 9 years in a rehabilitation hospital in a multidisciplinary environment with cancer and stroke patients.  Wishing to return to contribute in the community, he is delighted to have the opportunity to be involved with seniors as a community worker with the CRC Mobile Program.