René has been the executive director of CBDC Kent since 2011. He has a bachelor's degree in business administration from l'Université de Moncton. Between 2003 and 2010, he was the commercial accounts manager with Caisse populaire Kent-Nord. He has worked extensively in his community, in particular with young people.
His many contributions include being a committee member with the local minor soccer league, acting as president of the Saint-Louis/Saint-Ignace Chamber of Commerce, president of the parent school support committee at Marée Montante School, president of the Kent Youth Entrepreneurship Initiative and member of his municipality's strategic planning committee. He lives in Saint-Louis de Kent.
Marc-André has a bachelor’s of business administration, with a concentration in management, from l'Université de Moncton. He joined PAC’s board of directors in 2012, bringing considerable experience in regional development, as well as a keen interest in establishing community partnerships.
He works as a Business Development Officer for Moncton Industrial Development (MID) in the promotion of industrial development through the establishment and development of the industrial parks within the City of Moncton. Prior to joining MID he was Business Development Director with Expansion Dieppe.
A community program officer with the RCMP, Lise has been a member of PAC's executive committee since 2009. She firmly believes that a community approach to education and social development is the key to preventing and reducing crime. Her view is that if we work together, we will be better able provide enriching and rewarding options for our young people.
Lise earned a diploma in youth care work at the NBCC - Miramichi Campus. She is also certified in the field of non-profit management, and has recently completed a bachelor's degree in community studies with a minor in psychology at Cape Breton University. Lise is a parent and lives in a small community in Kent County.
Marie-France joined PAC’s executive committee in the fall of 2014. She works as a councillor for the head office of the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) in the Business, Arts & Tourism, Information Technology & Office Administration sectors. Before joining the CCNB, she was the Executive Director of the Pays de la Sagouine.
She has a bachelor’s degree in business administration (marketing option) and an MBA from l’Université de Moncton. From 2010 to 2012, Marie-France was president of the university’s alumni association, where she further developed her interest in working with young people, and to help them succeed. She lives in Dieppe.
Originally from Cocagne, Maxime studied architecture at l'Université de Laval in Quebec City. He is the community school co-ordinator for the Francophone South School District. He began working in education in 2008, first as a community development officer, and then as a cultural development officer.
In 2012, Maxime was named one of the province's 21 emerging leaders by the 21inc Program. He is continually looking for ways to contribute to his local community and his province. He is a member of various boards, including the FJFNB and le Pays de la Sagouine. He is also a francophone ambassador with the Centre de la francophonie des Amériques.
Yves is the President of Consultation Gagnon Strategix Consulting Inc. He has a Project Management Professional designation in addition to his Bachelor in Business Administration with a major in accounting. He has worked as an auditor and served for many years as Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Campbellton.
He has worked in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors as a project management consultant. Yves has extensive governance experience and recently served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Université de Moncton, where he chaired its Audit Committee.
New Brunswick Department of Post Secondary Education, Training and Labour
Early Childhood, Middle Years and Youth Coordinator
United Way - Greater Moncton and Southeastern New Brunswick
Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) – Dieppe Campus
New Brunswick Department of Social Development
Community Program Officer
District scolaire francophone Sud