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We are committed to the well-being of women. Watch our video showing testimonials of some of our members who benefited from our services or contributed within our organization to make a difference.
What They Say About Femmes En Emploi
“Thank you for your humanitarian mission. You will never imagine how much this help benefited me. Can’t wait to see the end of COVID-19!”
“Thank you for thinking about our disabled children and us. Thank you to Femmes en Emploi and the Red cross. Please keep up the good work during the pandemic.”
“With these few words, I’d like to thank you for your solidarity and support. I wish you a very happy holiday season. Many thanks.”
“Thank you to the whole team of Femmes en Emploi for everything you’ve shared. You are extraordinary strong women. Thank you for your gift cards; they made a big difference.”
“I will never thank you enough for this noble project. Thank you so much to the Red Cross and Femmes en Emploi for your support during the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“I’d like to tell the Canadian Red Cross how much I value your generous gesture. Thanks to your valuable donations, my family and I were able to support ourselves without any worry.”
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Femmes en Emploi's Team
These Are The Women Who Are Involved In Our Organization
Marie-Gisèle Emmanuelle Jean Coming from the Caribbean with an authentically Haitian cultural, intellectual and emotional background, Gisèle extended and enhanced it with Quebec’s experience and culture through an intense
Mélissa Faustin Mélissa is a resilient woman who can live, succeed, and fulfil herself despite adversity. Mélissa Faustin sees music as a significant weapon that develops the spirit, the brain.
Florence Bizindavyi She enjoys an undeniable reputation as a member involved in the community. Due to her proven track record in efficiency, loyalty and professionalism in the community, Femmes en
Fatima Ghobrini Fatima has more than 20 years of experience in general administration and finance and has various program evaluation skills. Recognized as responsible, conscientious, and very dynamic, she serves
Elcie Dagrain With more than 30 years of secretarial experience, Elcie currently serves as Administrative Assistant/Coordinator in the Quebec public service. She always cares about the well-being of people around
Derlie D. Vilmay Derlie has more than 25 years of experience as a nursing worker, and she has been passionate about this field from a very young age. Thanks to
Marjorie Rosiclair She’s a specialized educator and personal development coach with more than 30 years of experience. As well as workshop facilitator and lecturer, Marjorie is a great listener, capable
Danielle D. Vilney With a bachelor’s degree in humanities (Bachelor of Arts), psychosocial and educational intervention profile from the UQAM, she worked there at the Students with Disabilities Integration Service.
Talar Malkhassian With several years of experience in customer service, Talar, our office clerk, answers your questions respectfully and dynamically. She also participates in consultation tables on which Femmes en
Employment Counsellor & Co-Founder
Françoise Montlouis Coming from guinea and having lived in Europe for a long time, Françoise, once in Quebec, worked with women in the community. Through her work, several cohorts of
Sandra Amazan Sandra holds a bachelor’s degree in Career Development and a certificate in Occupational Health and Safety and acts as a community employment counsellor. She has guided several cohorts
Social Worker & Co-Founder
Anite Martin Anite has always wanted to understand the human being and to contribute to the society she lives in. She chose to study social sciences and humanities, completing a
Mirlaine Dorcé-Breton In 2015, the mission, vision and values of Femmes en Emploi resonated in Mirlaine, and she became a member without any hesitation. A pillar of Femmes en Emploi, Mirlaine
Rabia Ghobrini Very active on social media, this Algerian-born action woman has never stopped reinventing herself. Having played different roles with Femmes en Emploi since 2016, Rabia now works as
Smarilda Guervil Smarilda is a dynamic, invested woman and numbers lover. She was the first to serve as Chair of the Board of Directors when the organization was founded. Now
Executive Director & Co-Founder
Dorcas Destinoble After a devastating earthquake, she landed in Quebec as a Haitian immigrant and quickly became a proud next-generation woman by co-founding Femmes en Emploi in Laval in 2014.
Esther Legagneur Esther is very involved in the community as a specialized educator and public health worker. She is Vice-President of Femmes en Emploi’s Board. Born of immigrant parents of
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