Commitment and passion are the driving force behind Moisson Montréal
Moisson Montréal has the privilege of relying on the experience and dedication of members on its Board of Directors. With different areas of expertise, these professionals offer their managerial talent and their experience in order for Moisson Montréal to fulfill its mission.
Pierre G. Brodeur, CPA, CA, President
Moisson Montréal has an extraordinary team and their cause is of utmost importance. I’m proud to serve on their Board of Directors as President. To me, it is essential to return some of my experience and knowledge to the community. Food insecurity is very present in the Montreal community. While all together we can help reduce it.
Robin Deveaux, Treasurer
Getting involved with Moisson Montréal represents an excellent opportunity to use my expertise and my desire to be involved in my community. Working for several years in the field of renewable energies, I am able to appreciate the difficult mission Moisson Montréal has taken to participate in the development of sustainable solutions. Food insecurity in the greater Montreal area is a major challenge for Moisson Montréal and the generations to come. I am particularly proud to contribute to the development and outreach of an organization of extraordinary quality.
Richard Blain, MBA, IAS.A., Fellow CRHA, Outgoing President
Sharing my knowledge and experience in managing organizations with Moisson Montréal gives me a great sense of satisfaction and self-accomplishment. By helping Moisson Montréal to achieve its mission of ensuring optimal food supply and the development of sustainable solutions to foster food security, I am helping to make Montreal a more equitable and just society, and a great place to live.
Jean-Guillaume Shooner, Secretary
I am honored to serve on the board of the largest food bank in Canada. I wish to bring my expertise and especially my good will to help our organization in the fight against hunger and poverty in Montreal. Having a constant concern for justice and sharing is the meaning I want to give to my volunteer involvement.
Richard D. Daneau, Ex-Officio
At Moisson Montréal, we highly value our exceptional team of employees and volunteers. It is my great privilege to act as the Executive Director of this team and this cause. I would also like to acknowledge the outstanding dedication of the board of directors, which has been contributing to promoting and furthering our mission.
Glenn Acton, Director
Donald Boisvert, Director
As the Executive Director of La Corbeille-Bordeaux-Cartierville, our organization is privileged to count on the support of Moisson Montréal. I feel it is important for me to be involved in the Board of Directors to pass on my expertise and to put our experiences to good work for the feeling of giving back to the community. As a show of solidarity, I am proud to speak on the behalf of all 257 organizations helped by Moisson Montréal that help fight hunger.
Catherine Coursol, Director
Catherine Coursol is a member of the Dispute Resolution and Dispute Resolution Group at Dentons Canada. She works in the firm’s Montréal office and specializes in civil and commercial litigation. In 2017, she earned a D.E.S.S.S. in management, with mention of excellence, from HEC Montréal.
Jean-Pierre Haché, Director
Bonduelle is a French family enterprise that transforms vegetables (canned, fresh, frozen) around the world (57 industrial sites), with a sales revenue of M$. In Canada, we produce for Arctic Gardens as well as other private label brands. I’ve been exposed to challenges regarding the production and distribution of products and to opportunities to help people in need with products that otherwise could be found in the trash even though they are still good for consumption.
Hugues Mousseau, Director
Moisson Montréal is a meeting of dedicated employees, committed volunteers, generous donors and more than 250 community organizations working together in respect and mutual assistance to fight against poverty and hunger with dignity. The energy and enthusiasm that emerges from this unique chain of mutual assistance is mobilizing and full of hope. The work is just beginning!
Brunilda Reyes, Director
Eddy Savoie Jr, Director
As a family-owned business serving people of Golden Agers since 1988, we are aware of the benefits of good nutrition for people of all ages. Eating three meals a day is essential to good physical and psychological health in the long run. That is why we must work together to fight against food insecurity and help people who do not always have the opportunity to eat properly.