Executive Director since 2011; Sheila believes in a community based, team approach with our residents at the center. “My objective is to continue to raise awareness and understanding of our homeless neighbours”
I am the accountant at the Communauté Nazareth since August 2014. I have acquired a lot of experience by working at several non-profit organizations during the last 14 years. It is gratifying to work in a place where the mission is to come to the aid of the less fortunate. The relationship you foster with the residents at the Nazareth House is enriching and delightful.
Jennifer is the Manager of client services and has been working for Nazareth Community since April 2015. Her goal is to develop a family like atmosphere and provide a stable environment to support women with mental health issues and who are homeless. Jennifer believes that all women should have the right to a community that supports and empowers one another.
Alicia Ramos, Senior Intervention Worker
Annie Delaney, Support Worker
Bernard Torres, Driver
Eric Feliciano, Intervention Worker
Giovanni Andrade, Support Worker
Justin Muthaih, Support worker
Lesley John, Kitchen assistant
Mahjabeen Javad, Administrative assistant
Steve Townsend, Kitchen Coordinator
Our Board of Directors
John Corker, Co-President
President and founder JCOR construction,
Robin Burns , Co-President
Former NHL hockey player and founder of ITECH Sport Products. Still active with many business ventures, Robin is also on a few distinguished boards that support great causes. He has been married over 50 years.
Treasurer (position currently vacant)
Melanie Goettisheim, Secretary
Jack Jones, Philanthropist
Jean-Sebastian Elie, HR Committee
Speaker, Host, Director- Communications and Marketing MUHC Foundation
Terrence Brennan/HR Committee
Sheila Woodhouse, BOD Member
Executive Director, Nazareth Community Inc.
Dr. Mickey Moroz, Administrator
General Physician at CLSC Metro
Why get involved?
Katie Corker- HR Committee
“I have been exposed to the fantastic work that Nazareth Community does through my father’s direct involvement in the charity as a member, and now President of the Board of Directors. I recently joined the board myself for several reasons. First and foremost I believe that mental health and housing are two systemic problems in Canada that are not receiving the funding they require to tackle them. Second, I though it would be fun to get involved in charity work alongside my father, as well as one of our old family friends (Mr. Robin Burns). Finally, I thought that my experience working in international development and managing institutional funding could pro-vide an added value to the Nazareth Board.”
Tracey Burns – Anne’s House Tenant Committee and Fundraising
Works in the student services department at John Abbott College. Proud married mother of two boys, one girl and two dogs.
“I started coming down to visit Nazareth House years ago with my father Robin. “Anne’s House” is named after my aunt and godmother, Anne Burns so it is near and dear to my heart. With the help of all the amazing women in my life, including my mom, aunts, sister-in-laws, cousins and friends, I have been able to fundraise every Christmas for the last 4 years and put together gift baskets for the wonderful ladies who live in “Anne’s House”. I decided to get more involved and join the Board of Directors because I want to more involved in the Nazareth Community”