We also will be participating with our team in Toronto for the annual walk for Autism organized bij Autism Speaks
Assisted in the founding of the company as a Non-Profit entity. Currently practicing as a Regulated Immigration Consultant. Held various management positions in Montreal from 1957 to present day with international and national companies. Graduate from London University UK and later McGill Senior Management Diploma.
After graduating from Mount Allison University in 1993 Elise owned and operated a successful decorating and design business which she coupled with real estate investments and management. She then took time off to raise her two sons while channeling her exceptional leadership and organizational skills into community, cultural and club activities. Her strong ability to work efficiently with people, to fundraise and plan events led her to executive positions in these organizations: The Grace Dart Foundation, The McCord Museum, The Royal Oak Tennis Club and The Montreal Indoor Tennis Club. In her free time you will find Elise happily fussing in her kitchen, coaching eager young soccer players, playing bridge or on the tennis courts…
Dynamic and motivated individual who possesses a good experience in teaching. Demonstrated experience with
teaching special needs children ( ADD, visual and hearing impaired, autism, down-syndrome). Values team work,
building and maintaining relationships, and meaningful interaction with children. Possesses Red Cross and
Communicable Disease training. Computer literate.
Polyglot: English, French, Hindi and Punjabi.
As a Senior Trust Advisor with the Royal Bank Kim Isings serves clients throughout the Montreal and Laval regions. With a career focused onbuilding client relationships, she is dedicated to her clients and provides a personalized service tailored to their specific needs.
Kim, an engineer by original trade working in Redwater, Alberta, made the switch to law in the early 2000’s. Kim graduated from the McGill Faculty of Law in 2005 with an integrated degree covering both common and civil law. She went on to earn her D.D.N. (Notarial program) from the Université de Montréal in 2006. Kim has been in private practice since 2007 and more recently, had focused her notarial business around estate and trust planning.
Kim works with individuals, families, and businesses providing customized estate, trust and incapacity solutions.
Kim has a son now in his mid-twenties who has struggled with learning disabilities and ADHD and has through hard work on his part and her part has helped him to succeed – although the struggles are never over. Kim has a special place in her heart for children and families that struggle with special children.
I have been working in banking for 14 years. I started as a Customer Service Representative (at TD) and worked my way up to Branch Manager (at BMO). A long the way I have grown my skill sets and expanded my competencies above and beyond those needed in banking. I developed my financial knowledge with the Manager of Personal Financial Services role, I advanced my networking skills as a Small Business Advisor, and I expanded my leadership skills as a Manager of Customer Service. By far, the role of Branch Manager was the one in which I have been able to really demonstrate my passion for developing others and motivating a team to succeed. Apart from my foundational responsibilities as a Branch Manager, I have also taken on the extra mandate of being the liaison between our commercial partners and our retail branches as well as being the representative in our market of the Women in Leadership chapter.
Throughout my career I donate and support to many non-profit causes. For example, I have taken part in the Ride to Fight Diabetes for the past 10 years, I have attended numerous banquets to support (mainly) childhood illnesses and I have also participated in countless walks to benefit a wide variety of causes. I do this because I truly believe in giving back to the community and supporting charities.
Apart from donating to causes, I also have experience organizing non-profit events. For example, I organized a poker tournament for the Sabrina Camillo d’Alesio Foundation, I helped organize a Wine Cheese event for a local charity called Community Wings and I have co-organized a poker tournament at Playground Poker to benefit JDRF.
While I am not working or volunteering you can find me either on the soccer field or home with my husband and cats.
I am truly grateful that you have considered my candidacy for a position on your board of directors. What I lack in board experience I make up for in enthusiasm, a passion for helping others and experience with the organization and structuring of fundraising events.
Vice President and Wealth Advisor, RBC Dominion
Nathalie Roussin is a Partner in the Bruce Kent Group at
RBC Dominion Securities and leads the Client Relationship
Management and Service Team. As a senior Wealth
Advisor, Nathalie is responsible for many of the Group’s
valued clients. Nathalie joined the Bruce Kent Group in 2006
and has over 25 years’ experience in the financial services
industry. She holds a B.Comm. from HEC Montréal and has
extensive experience working with wealthy clients on
complex situations, including high-level financial planning.
On a personal level, Nathalie is the mother of Matthew, a 21
years old nice young boy on the Autism spectrum. They live
in Beaconsfield and enjoy spending their week-ends in
Tremblant. Her husband, is Jean-Francois Mathieu, a
manager at Bell Canada.
Nathalie is very motivated to help Proset Autism and truly
cares for children on the spectrum and loves to be on
the board of directors of Proset Autism