Alouette Home Start Society has a new president

John Harvey is the new interim president of the Alouette Home Start society which runs the Alouette Heights supportive housing complex

The Alouette Home Start Society has a new president after Marika Sandrelli stepped down to focus on her new job at Fraser Health.

John Harvey is the new interim president of the society, which runs the Alouette Heights supportive housing complex, as well as street outreach programs.

Sandrelli will remain on the board of the society, along with Cindy Vogt and Candace Gordon. Heather Chevrier remains the interim executive-director, Christine Williams is interim VP and secretary, and Sheila McLaughlin is treasurer. The changes take effect this May.

Sandrelli has been president of the Home Start society for the last two years.

Her new job will be in a leadership role with Mental Health and Substance Use Services with Fraser Health.

 

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