Phone: (506) 858-8600 ext. 3661
Debbie has been with United Way since 2004 and has shaped UW into a community impact organization while maintaining fundraising as a core part of its foundation. Previously, she was the Executive Director for Laubach Literacy NB and, before moving into the non-profit sector, she was both a post-secondary instructor and principal of a private college. Debbie is a member of the Homelessness Steering Committee, a member of the Local Immigration Partnership and co-chair of the Welcoming and Inclusive Communities committee. Debbie also works on the Greater Moncton Literacy Advisory Board, Westmorland Albert Community Inclusion Network and volunteers with the Children’s Wish Foundation as well as being the Chair of the WA Action. Debbie was one of 150 Canadians selected to be profiled in The Philanthropist magazine.
Phone: (506) 858-8600 ext. 3660
Andrée-Anne (she/her) is the first face you’ll see when you drop by our office. She studied psychology the Université of Moncton and in 2018 organized the first endometriosis awareness walk in New Brunswick. In her spare time, she has volunteered and worked with multiple local non-profit organizations. Andrée-Anne believes wholeheartedly in intersectionality, in the urgency for poverty reduction initiatives and the need for improvements related to access to adequate health care for women and gender minorities in our community.
Phone: (506) 858-8600 ext. 3665
Paul is originally from Riverview and is in his 15th year with United Way. He spent many years in Newfoundland where he met his partner, Kathy; together they have raised two strong, independent daughters, Danielle and Natalie. His work includes supporting the Community Investment process that supports agencies working in areas aligned with UW strategic priorities, as well as convening partners and stakeholders to collaborate on initiatives to have a collective impact and improve lives in our community. Paul is focused on strength-based approaches and multi-sector collaborations. In his personal life, he has found a niche writing and performing songs that capture and celebrate the historic tales of tragedy, daring and triumph of the people of the Fundy region.
Phone: (506) 858-8600 ext. 3662
Christine has proudly worked at United Way of Greater Moncton and Southeastern NB as the Finance Director since September 2014 after working in the private sector for 24 years as an accountant. Christine grew up in Sackville, NB, and is a Mount A graduate. She and her husband have lived in Riverview for 25 years and raised two children, Shelby and Keith of whom they are very proud.
Phone: (506) 858-8600 ext. 3666
Mischka is an experienced community builder. Having worked and volunteered in numerous non profits and academic institutions, both locally and internationally, she brings her diverse experiences, her skill sets and her passion for people to create connection and to cultivate relationships that matter and change lives. She's deeply committed to building strong communities for all and shares our vision of local love as our Resource Development Director.
Phone: 506-858-8600 ext. 3670
Daniela is an experienced program manager and facilitator, with a passion for holistic and collaborative approaches to community development and experiential education. She has worked in areas such as environmental and community health, cross-cultural education, and social justice. Her education and international experiences have allowed her to focus on addressing a range of community issues through fieldwork, mentoring, program management, and communications, and she is delighted to be the new Director of Community Engagement for 211 N.B., promoting a support service that is truly made for everybody.
Phone: 506-858-8600 ext. 3676