Staff & Associates
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As Manager of Marketing and Communications, Matt is responsible for setting and guiding policy and strategy for all of NBACL’s internal and external communications, including the website, social media, and media and public relations messaging, to consistently articulate the Association’s mission and advance its purposes and goals.
As NBACL’s Senior Finance Officer, Meagan is responsible for financial reporting and management and assisting with the ongoing development and implementation of infrastructure/systems and practices needed to manage effective and streamlined financial systems for the New Brunswick Association for Community Living. Meagan is a Chartered Professional Accountant, holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from UNB, […]
Location: Saint John
As Assistant Manager of Business Operations for the Community Collection Program , Meghan oversees all aspects of the Community Collection Program, including staffing, scheduling, routing, special pick-ups, expansion and financials.
Location: Saint John
Supports: Access to Disability Supports, Circle of Support, Community Participation, Disability Supports for Children and Youth, Family Networking, Financial & Estate Planning, Home Life, Human Rights, Learning Opportunities for Families, RDSP, Strong Voices for Families
As a Family Support Facilitator, Melissa assists families and individuals in navigating complex social systems by providing support and advocacy on an individualized basis. Additionally, Melissa organizes events for both the Families United Network (FUN) and the Seniors United Network (SUN), providing families with supportive environments to connect, have fun, and provide mutual support for […]
Supports: Community Participation
As Community Animator and Supported Living Facilitator, Melissa assists adults with an intellectual disability to access inclusive opportunities within in their communities, as well as identify their life goals. She is responsible for facilitating development, planning and implementing community connections and supported living arrangements, as well as personal support networks, community outreach, and partnership development. Melissa believes by […]
Supports: Early Learning, Learning Opportunities for Families, Strong Voices for Families
As an Early Learning Inclusion Facilitator, Nicole provides on-site support and professional learning for staff in provincial inclusive early learning and childcare programs. Nicole has a Bachelor of Elementary Education from the University of Maine at Presque Isle and many years of experience working in schools, child-care facilities and after-school programs. She has also worked […]
Supports: Employers, Post-Secondary Education, Transition to Life After High School
As Transition Facilitator, Olivier Heinz assists high school youth with an intellectual disability to make successful transitions from high school to adult life, and from school to work transitions.
As Planning and IT Coordinator, Rebecca is responsible for managing and maintaining the Association’s information technology network and services. Through this role, she ensures that our technology is running effectively and efficiently. She makes certain the NBACL website and Social Media platforms are current. As Planning Coordinator, she schedules and organizes workshops and special events, […]
Supports: Transition to Life After High School
As Transition Facilitator, Renée assists high school youth with an intellectual disability make successful transitions from high school to adult life, primarily focusing on employment. She works with students, the school, and parents to build a network of support to help ensure the successful transition of students from school to work and/or post-secondary education. Renée […]
Supports: Access to Disability Supports
As Independent Facilitator with the NB Disability Support Program, Samantha’s role includes working with adults with disabilities to explore life goals, identify areas for support, and to develop individualized support plans to help reach these goals.