Creating a positive impact on the community is important for Linda. She has previously served on the Board of Directors for Community Living Burlington and is committed to being a life-long volunteer. Her children are her inspiration as she wishes for them to live in an inclusive world where everyone receives the support they need. In her spare time, Linda enjoys painting and trying new recipes, however it would not be unusual to find her at home taking apart the plumbing and piecing it back together. “The sky is the limit” is her adage and approach in life.
Linda Charlebois obtained her Chartered Accountant designation in 2008 and brings over ten years of experience in the not-for-profit sector. She passionately believes in life-long learning and developing new skills and expertise. Linda holds the Certified Human Resources Leader designation and is a Chartered Director. Linda is known for her ability to apply a multi-disciplinary approach in developing and implementing both creative and analytical solutions. She believes in the power of diverse thinking and collaboration to accomplish goals when there is no predetermined path.
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