Louis-Christophe has been working in the associative field for many years. In June 2021, Louis-Christophe has decided to join the ACFSJ team. By working in the associative field, he knows how to recognize the needs of the community. Collaboration, sharing, listening to the community and partnership are words that Louis-Christophe uses to describe the mandate he has been given. His interest in leadership will enable the ACFSJ to achieve its objectives.
Manon has been part of the Saint John Francophone community for fifteen years. She is very involved in the francophone community. Her role within the team and the association is to ensure the development of the heritage of the Centre des Grands Vents. With her knowledge and experience, Manon is an asset to the Saint John francophone community.
In Canada since September 2017, as part of her studies, Sohil uses her knowledge of technology and computer science. With his knowledge, Sohil has been able to develop programmes that allow the association to improve its performance and maintain its strategies. As a young person who wants to stay in the province, Sohil is eager to continue sharing his knowledge.
Arriving in June 2017 to visit family, Joane fell in love with the city of St. John. Working in a variety of private and public sectors, Joane has experience in communicating, developing and implementing strategies to engage community members in various activities. She is passionate about her work and sees the importance of giving back to her community.
Straight from Mauritania. Habi has just arrived in Saint John’s to take on the role of Youth and Family Coordinator. As a newcomer who has had a variety of experiences in his native Mauritania, Habi has been able to work in a variety of fields. The ACFSJ is an excellent opportunity for Habi to not only stay in the province, but to further his knowledge and most importantly to facilitate his integration into the community.
Having left for Toronto in 2016 for his studies, Percy is back in Saint John. As a student in health and public safety, he is trying to put his knowledge to use in the francophone community of SJ. Rediscovering his passion for languages, Percy aims to integrate professionally and socially into the community by planning programs and activities with the ACFSJ.
Joséanne arrived in Newfoundland in 2018 and is studying to become a French as a Second Language teacher in the province. She recently joined the team as a librarian, and supports the francophone community within the ACFSJ with her knowledge of French literature and her passion for books. Joséanne moved to Newfoundland with the intention of contributing to the learning of the French language for young students in the province..