ÉQUIPE DU CONSEIL COMMUNAUTAIRE DE NDG

Chaque employés à jonglé avec plusieurs dossiers et continué à soutenir et créer de nouvelles initiatives.

HALAH AL-UBAIDI #226
HALAH AL-UBAIDI #226

Directrice Générale

Halah Al-Ubaidi , immigrated to Canada in 1998 , speaks English , French and Arabic, has as a bachelor's degree in Chemical engineering, a Master’s degree in environmental engineering from Baghdad university and a Master’s degree in Urban planning from McGill University. Halah's interest in community development started in 1995 through her work with a non for profit organizations in Jordan.

Halah started working with the Council as a community organizer in 2005, she became the Director of the Council in 2010, leading the organization with a very competitive and dedicated team of Board and Staff and in collaboration with a strong and a multilevel network of organizations, active residents and involved partners.
JULIE CORMIER #225
JULIE CORMIER #225

Directrice adjointe

- Administrative Tasks
- Funding
- Membership
- Tax Clinic
- Réseau d’Éclaireurs NDG
- Round Table Meetings

Julie Cormier works at the NDG Community Council as a community worker since May 2017. She is in charge of the Tax Clinics as well as the information and referral kiosks and the  outreach with the residents of Benny Farm. She also does administrative and financial tasks in the office.
 

Julie graduated College in Arts in 2002 and in Social Science in 2005. After a break to take care of her family, she went back to school and is currently finishing her bachelor degree in administration.

SHARON SWEENEY #230
SHARON SWEENEY #230

Community Organizer

Collective Impact Project (CIP) 

 

Sharon Sweeney has worked for the NDG Community council since 2013. She is the community Organizer for the neighbourhood in which she lives - Benny Farm. Sharon was able to create an Art Hive within the Sherbrooke Forest housing complex and prior to COVID hosts an annual art exhibit highlighting the residents of the area. 

Sharon started out as a partner of the Council but has been full-time staff since September 2013. Sharon has been part of many components of the Council’s work from outreach and mobilizing to creating a long-term audit on the heat islands around Fielding-Walkley.

Through her role at the Arts & Culture Table, she has supported artists and is currently creating a comprehensive calendar. 

Sharon studied Community Recreational Leadership Training at Dawson College and is currently enrolled at Concordia University completing her Bachelor of Arts Major in Urban Studies.
REZA MOAFI
REZA MOAFI

Community Organiser

- Westhaven Sector
- Participatory budgets 
- Strategic Plan

Reza Moafi has a Ph.D. degree in Cultural Management and planning from SRBIAU, Iran. From 2008 to 2020 he has been the cultural consultant to the Tehran city council and municipality working on many research projects such as social impact assessment. Reza started working with the council as a community organizer in 2022 where he mobilizes residents of the Westhaven sector of NDG. He is also a team member of NDG's strategic plan for 2022-2026.
RACHEL BEGG
RACHEL BEGG

Community Organizer

Coordinatrice de la Coalition pour la sécurité alimentaire
Liaison en matière de recherche avec le Collège Dawson

Rachel travaille au Conseil Communautaire de NDG en tant qu'Organisatrice Communautaire depuis 2019. Elle coordonne la Coalition pour la sécurité alimentaire, et agit également à titre de Liaison en matière de Recherche entre le Conseil Communautaire et le Pôle de Recherche sur la Justice Alimentaire et la Durabilité du Collège Dawson. 

Rachel est doctorante à l'université Concordia, où elle étudie l'Anthropologie. Elle termine actuellement un travail de terrain avec Transition NDG, en se concentrant particulièrement sur la résilience personnelle et de quartier.
Michelle Caron-Pawlowsky
Michelle Caron-Pawlowsky

Community Organiser

-- Arts & Culture Table (Coordination)
Michelle Caron-Pawlowsky travaille en tant qu'organisatrice communautaire au Conseil depuis décembre 2021. Elle est la coordonnatrice de la Table des arts et de la culture et travaille avec NDG en Histoires, la société historique créée par le Conseil et les résidents de NDG en 2022. Elle a obtenu un baccalauréat en beaux-arts de l'Université Concordia en 2022, où elle s'est spécialisée en photographie et a fait une mineure en études de durabilité. Elle est une artiste multidisciplinaire et a exposé ses œuvres au Canada et aux États-Unis.
michellepawlowsky@ndg.ca
Irina Glushko
Irina Glushko

Web Developer

- Website development & support 
- Newsletter support
- Social Media support

With NDG Community Council since 2013.
BAC in Computer Science.
20 years of experience from "software development" till "web development & online marketing".
You can contact me in English, French, Russian. I learn Spanish now.

NDG Resident - since 2008.
Woman Entrepreneur with head office in NDG - since 2010.
Volunteer, Founder & Vice-President of non-profit Montreal Business Women's Club (NDG Community Council organizational member)- since 2014.
I am proud to be a part of the NDG Community
Zhuo Yi Xu
Zhuo Yi Xu

Outreach Worker

Shady Safar
Shady Safar

Outreach Worker

Roger Ishimwe
Roger Ishimwe

Outreach Worker

PIERRE BLOUIN #0
PIERRE BLOUIN #0

Volunteer Receptionist since 2006

“It is easy to share my impressions of the NDG Community Council after eight and a half years of work as a volunteer here. What stands out first is the quality of the interpersonal relationships both among the Council staff themselves and with the public. The Council responds to the needs of clients in a remarkable way. Highlights of this response include housing, community resources, the tax clinic, etc.
It is important to also thank the other community organisations of NDG for the cooperation they give to both the Council and the general public. It seems to me that since the start of my volunteering I have acquired the knowledge and ability to manage the multiple requests that we receive. Thank you, NDG Community Council”

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