The Foundation is in a unique position to help Quebecers age well, both in the search for new ideas and in its concrete actions.
Help make Quebec an exemplary and innovative society where all generations can benefit from ageing well.
As a society, aging concerns us all—at home, at work, and wherever we go. The Foundation profoundly believes that we should rethink the way generations live, behave, and interact with one another. It’s the perfect opportunity to create a social project and deliver new collaborative solutions!
Values that guide our work
These values are at the core of everything we undertake and all the decisions we make. Together, they form the very DNA of our Foundation.
We take into account the many different faces of aging, paying particular attention to vulnerable seniors and those affected by social inequality.
We ensure, in all instances, that respect is present in every interaction with the people and organizations we grow and collaborate with.
We fullfill new needs comming up together with innovative solutions.
We drive our many initiatives forward in close partnership with public, private, community, and academic institutions.
What sets us apart: Our entrepreneurial spirit, inspired by our founder Angélina Berthiaume-Du Tremblay.
What makes us unique: We create innovative projects that are rooted in the community.
A vibrant team committed to making the Foundation’s mission a reality and spreading the word about the good work we do.
Assistant to the Executive Director
Partnership and Innovation Manager
Créatrice de contenu
Vanessa is the Foundation’s Assistant to the Executive Director while pursuing her studies in management sciences at UQÀM. Prior to this, she worked as an administrative agent for a nonprofit organization in the housing sector for helders. Her experience and training have provided Vanessa with a full range of skills, in the field of administration and finances. Vanessa puts her determination, commitment, and energy to work every day to benefit the Foundation’s mission and projects.
Charlotte has been working in the social economy sector in France and Montréal for the last 10 years. She has a wide variety of experience in the field of social innovation for companies, foundations, and nonprofit organizations. Charlotte’s enthusiasm and commitment help her to create strong, long-term partnerships, and she plays a key role in the Foundation’s innovative entrepreneurial spirit.
Annabelle cumule une expérience de plus de 12 ans dans de milieux à but non lucratif montréalais. Sa polyvalence et son dynamisme contribueront au rayonnement de la mission et des projets de la Fondation à travers des photos, des vidéos et divers contenus.
Our Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors is made up of committed, highly experienced professionals from a wide range of backgrounds.
François Renaud1, 3, 4
Vice Présidente Communication et Campagne de Financement
Vice President, Finances
Mario Larivière3, 4
As a researcher at the Société d’habitation du Québec, Mr. Renaud worked to address the housing issue for seniors in an aging society. He also supported and promoted the creation of community initiatives related to housing. Now retired, Mr. Renaud continues to volunteer in many organizations devoted to housing as well as his diverse clientele.
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Animée par un esprit entrepreneurial et résolument pratique, Geneviève Grenier voit les entreprises comme un riche écosystème doté d'un immense potentiel. Elle est motivée par les projets ambitieux qui contribuent à changer le cours des organisations. Forte d'une vaste expérience de plus de 20 ans en affaires, Geneviève crée des connexions stratégiques entre les modèles d'affaires, le marketing et l'identité de marque.
After earning her CA degree, Ms. Gauthier audited healthcare establishments as part of Samson Bélair Deloitte & Touche. This experience enabled her to earn the title of Director of Financial Resources, as well as Director of Technical Services and Information Systems, in residential centres, long-term care facilities, and hospitals. Just before retiring, Ms. Gauthier became Director of Financial, Technical, and Informational Resources at Résidence Berthiaume-Du Tremblay. Now retired, she sits on various non-profit boards of directors.
After earning his CA degree, Mr. Larivière worked for a few years in public accounting with the Clarkson, Gordon firm. He then changed paths to work in the health and social services network, where he held positions in senior management in the finance field before becoming Director General at the Centre Hospitalier Saint-Eustache for the last 7 years. He has worked on numerous studies and committees in regional bodies for the Québec Ministry of Health and Social Service as well as sat on the board of directors for organizations and institutions within the network. Before retiring in 2011, Mr. Larivière was a consultant on various management mandates in health and education.
Ms. Lalande worked as a community organizer at CLSCs as well as in the geriatric-training industry. She collaborated in the creation of PRÉSÂGES’s Rendez-vous annuels, and headed the Université de Sherbrooke’s Centre universitaire de formation en gérontologie, which groups together professional, masters, and doctorate geriatric-training programs. Now retired, Ms. Lalande is active within the seniors’ community.
Mr. Arnold is the current General Director of the Montréal Heart Institute’s Fondation du centre de médecine préventive et d’activité physique (Centre ÉPIC), as well as a development consultant and organizational coach. He has over 30 years of management experience in philanthropy and community service. Mr. Arnold has worked for many organizations, including the Farha Foundation, Diabète Québec, Save the Children Canada, and—before joining Fondation ÉPIC—as Director General for Option consommateurs.
Sister Denise Lafond, r.h.s.j.
Ms. Lise Beaudoin is committed to the cause of elders for over 30 years. She is particularly renowned for her 32 years of work at Les Petits Frères de Montréal, where she retired as Regional Director. Today, she is still currently contributing to their mission as a volunteer and she is also involved with many other organizations in support of elders. Ms Beaudoin is an active member of board of directors at Table de concertation des aînés de l’Île de Montréal, P.A.S. de la rue and Tél-Écoute.
Before Mr. Hervieux retired in 2001, he worked for over 30 years as Director General of various hospitals, most of which had direct links to the Berthiaume-Du Tremblay Foundation. He’s had the opportunity to watch the Foundation’s network grow and is proud to have played a small role in it. Mr. Hervieux has sat on various commissions and boards of directors in the health field, community organizations, as well as social and business clubs—all founded on mutual aid, coming together, and partnership.
Ms. Ingenito has worked in the health and social services network for 25 years—18 of which were spent in senior management at institutions (CSSS-CIUSSS) and 3 in health agency and social services in Montréal. She has always put herself at the heart of services dedicated to seniors as well as those who have lost their autonomy.
Mr. Giroux worked as HR Manager in the health-services network for most of his career before retiring some 15 years ago. He’s since taken on a variety of mandates linked to his professional expertise, and sits as a volunteer on a number of boards of directors—most of which provide services to seniors.
Sister Denise Lafond, r.h.s.j.
Sister Lafond is a nun and trained nurse, and has worked in management both in hospitals as well as within her religious order. She is currently responsible for building and landscape heritage, upkeep, and showcasing various sites. She continues to sit on boards of directors to this day.
An engineer by profession and a project manager for the last 28 years, Mr. Mollé has worked in the private and public sector and participated in numerous projects in health-network institutions. In the early 2000s, he was Director of the Campus Planning Development Office at McGill University, where he oversaw construction work on new university pavilions in Montréal and Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue. From 2007 to 2013, he joined CIM – Conseil as Senior Property Advisor. Mr. Mollé has been working as Division Manager for public buildings for the City of Laval’s engineering service since 2013.
Mr. Robert holds degrees from the University of Ottawa as well as HEC in Montréal, and has been retired since 2012. He is currently active on a number of boards of governors and investment committees for corporations, congregations, and foundations. He worked in the institutional investment sector for 35 years, where he was responsible for managing stocks as well as Canadian, American, and international bonds. Before retiring, Mr. Robert was in charge of customer service for a variety if institutional clients at a large portfolio management firm.
Ms. Rolland earned her Bachelor degree in nursing as well as a Master’s in health administration, with a specialty in management, from the Université de Montréal in 1985. Until 2001, she held various positions at the Régie régionale des services de santé et services sociaux de Montréal-Centre, including Network Administrator for short-term and rehabilitation services. In 2002, she became a consultant in the health and social services network with various institutions and organizations, including at the Plan directeur clinique immobilier (PDCI), in process management, project management, and service organization for seniors who have lost their autonomy or home. She has also worked as a counsellor at CIM. In 1999 and 2013, Ms. Rolland sat on the board of governors for the Association des diplômés en administration de la santé de l’Université de Montréal (ADASUM).
Thank you to our honorary members
Robert S. Larivière
- Executive committee
- Investment committee
- Audit committee
- Compensation committee
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