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Michelle Knoll on neighbourhood, at-risk communities, and local solutions

Michelle Knoll on neighbourhood, at risk communities, and local solutions.

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Michelle lives in Oakville with her husband Jeff. She has four adult children and one teenager.

Michelle attended Humber College for the Community Worker program and had great placement and early career opportunities with Parkdale Legal Services, St Christopher House, LAMP Community Health Centre, Flemingdon Park Red Cross and ESL program, Community Living & Christian Horizons. She has been privileged to have been mentored by many community leaders who shared their knowledge of the importance of facilitating community.

These experiences have led her to take on the challenge of being the Executive Director of Oak Park Neighbourhood Centre where she has been involved for 15 years. Michelle is passionate about the importance of nurturing neighbourhoods to be the best they can be by encouraging support, connections and contributions for every member of a community

 

 

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