Administrative Council – 2022-2023
Specialized in marketing strategy and entrepreneurship, Clotilde heads a federal association that supports and defends the music industry in minority language situations (ANIM: Alliance nationale de l'industrie musicale). She brings to the DACC her vision for her vision for the dissemination of French-language arts and culture, and her experience in a similar position.
Arts and culture have always been at the heart of Fernande's interests. In fact, she helped set up the DACC and served on its first board. Her career has been in education, and for many years she has also sat on the Board of Directors of the Association canadienne d'enseignement de langue française (ACELF).
Marie-Linda has lived in Dieppe since 1986. She loves giving back to her community, helping it to flourish and become a better place to live. She has been a member of the CACD Board of Directors since 2022. She is a professor of information-communication at the Université de Moncton.
Municipal Council Representative
Ms. Turgeon-Roy is passionate about the development and cultural vitality of her community, and has been involved with the DACC for many years. A city councillor for Dieppe, she is also manager of pedagogical support at CCNB. She served as Chair of the DACC Board from 2020 to 2021, and as Secretary from 2017 to 2021. Her involvement with the Centre reflects her dedication to promoting arts and culture for the benefit of her community. She also sits on the board of Expansion Dieppe.
Ophélie Chiasson is a grade 12 student at École Mathieu-Martin in Dieppe. Since January 2023, she has sat on the Board of Directors as a youth representative. Through her role, Ophélie brings the opinions of her peers to the fore, so that young people can also find their place on the DACC.
Originally from Petit-Rocher, Guy has lived in Dieppe for over 30 years. He has a background in recreation and economic development. Very involved in his community, he was president of the Société des Jeux de l'Acadie. Active as a real estate agent, he is enthusiastic about future development in the region. Guy previously worked for the City of Dieppe as a recreation worker and assistant director of the Economic Development Corporation.