Activities

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Activities

Publications

June 2022 article in Le Journal Metro Dorval-Lachine regarding my involvement in dementia prevention. (In French only.)

December 2021 featured in ‘Open Door. From the Inside Out.’ Book published by Communitas Montreal

Edited and published The Anchor, Winter edition, December 2021. The Anchor is the newsletter of All Saints by the Lake Anglican Parish Church. The Winter edition focuses on the commemorations and celebrations in fall, including Halloween, All Saints and AllSouls Day, the Reformation and Advent.

Edited and published The Anchor, Fall edition, October 2021. The Anchor is the newsletter of All Saints by the Lake Anglican Parish Church. The Fall edition presents the history of the various parishes that now comprise All Saints by the Lake.

Edited and published The Anchor, Spring 2021 edition, April 2021. The Anchor is the newsletter of All Saints by the Lake Anglican Parish Church, Dorval, Québec. The theme is “Experiencing Life.”

Edited and published The Anchor, Summer 2021 edition, July 13 2021. The Anchor is the newsletter of All Saints by the Lake Anglican Parish Church. The theme is “Diversity in worship, faith and service.”

Presentations

27 February 2022, Homily at Grace Anglican Church, Sutton, Québec. Lifting the veil. Living in love.

20 February 2022, Homily at St. George’s Anglican Church, Montreal. Storytelling & Reconciliation.

15 February 2022, presentation on ‘How Art Chose Me’ to Open Door meeting of Communitas.

13 February 2022, Homily at St. Mark’s Anglican Church, Ottawa. Truth, Deception and Choice.

Homily at St. Mark’s Anglican Church, Ottawa. 14 February 2021. Living the Kingdom of God on Earth.

Slideshow presented at the Church of All Saints by the Lake. 14 February 2021 Celebrating the resilience and contribution of Canadians of Black African Descent and Origin.

Appointment

April 2021 Member of the Advisory Committee, Women of Colour Thrive. WOCThrive is an organization led by women of colour who understand their unique challenges and know what needs to be done to effectively identify gaps, implement solutions, and create opportunities for diverse female talent to thrive, lead and contribute.

Continuous learning

May 2021, Certificate in Corporate Governance – Institut sur la gouvernance d’organisations privées et publiques in partnership with Women in Governance.

Influencing

In May 2022, Hope for Dementia launched a petition to the Government of Québec to declare dementia prevention a health care priority and to adopt strategies to:
• Reduce avoidable diagnoses by promoting educational programs and early detection;
• Decelerate the risks and symptoms through the deployment of a standardized cognitive test targeting at-risk groups;
• Reverse the symptoms of mild cognitive dementia by providing access to clinical trials financed by a dedicated public/private sector fund.
In addition, the petition recommends the training of medical personnel on how to screen the symptoms and better manage dementia diagnoses.

On November 25, 2021, launched a petition to Canada’s Federal Minister of Health, to make dementia prevention a national healthcare priority.

Since 2020, contributed to the Anti-Black Racism Working Group of the Diocese of Montreal. Presentation at the Diocesan Synod in November 2020 and prepared a submission to the Primate of the Anglican Church in Canada.

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