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Providing Dog Guides to Canadians with Disabilities
Conseil d’administration
Le Conseil d’administration veille au succès de la Fondation des Lions du Canada à fournir des Chiens-Guides sans frais à des Canadiens atteints d’un handicap physique ou médical. Chaque membre est élu pour un mandant de trois ans en exceptant le président(e) du conseil d’administration élu(e) annuellement.

Membres de l’exécutif
Directeurs
  •  Joanne Phillips
     Director, British Columbia & Yukon

    • Joanne has been a Lion for 14 years and the District Rep for Lions Foundation of Canada for three years. While working at a restaurant, Joanne met a gentleman with a Seizure Response Dog Guide, and his story helped Joanne make the connection with Dog Guides and being a Lion. While attending DGE, she met many recipients of Dog Guides and heard their heartfelt stories. All these stories tugged at Joanne’s' heart and she knew, at that very moment that she wanted to help raise awareness for the Lions Foundation of Canada.
      "Dog Guides gives you a better quality of life by living your life to the fullest"

  •  Sam Sanderson
     Director,Prince Edward Island

    • Sam is the current President of the Parkdale Sherwood Lions club, the founder of the PEI Ride for Dog Guides and he also has a personal connection to the foundation as his wife Jennifer is visually impaired and is a client of the foundation. Seeing how much each Dog Guide has helped his wife gave him the drive to help others become aware of all the great things that are happening at the LFC and the opportunities for clients to gain strength, courage, mobility and independence.
      "Life is made up of chances and opportunities, its our responsibility to help provide as many chances and opportunities to those that need a hand to do so.."

  •  Angela Sharbot, PDG
     Director, Manitobia

    • coming soon.
      "coming soon"

  •  Janet Marissen
     Director, Ontario

    • Janet Marissen joined the Lions Foundation of Canada in 1995. A dog lover all her life, Janet and her husband, PCC Harry became foster puppy raisers in 2000. Her involvement in the Foster program gave her the opportunity to interact with other foster families, meet graduates from LFC, and educate the public about Dog Guides. Janet is involved in many aspects of Lions including being a National Trainer for Lions Quest and a facilitator of Lions Clubs International Institutes.
      "Coming soon"

  •  Robert Genereux PDG
     Director, Quebec

    • coming soon.
      "coming soon."

  •  Linda Baltzer
     Director, Nova Scotia

    • coming soon.

      "coming soon."