Staffing changes at QCSS
It’s hard to believe it’s all summer. The days are definitely getting longer and warmer.
With the changes in weather, we’ve also had some staffing changes that I want to share and celebrate with you.
These include the retirement of Regina Sheere, a new role for Norine Letourneau and the addition of a new team member, Madison Stocking.
Regina Sheere, Financial Administrator
Regina has been a key member of QCSS for 33 years and has gone through a number of transitions. She said she will miss the wonderful relationships she’s made over the years, as well as the laughter and personal satisfaction from her financial work. But most of all, she will miss the people – the amazing staff and individuals. But thanks to Glencoe being a small town, our paths will continue to cross.
In her retirement, Regina plans to spend time supporting her daughter and granddaughter as well as travelling with her husband. Being in control of her time, she may just write her great novel, poetry or short story collections.
We wish her well on her new journey!
Norine Letourneau, Financial Associate
While I’ve greatly enjoyed Norine’s support as an administrative assistant, she is taking on a new role as financial associate. I know she’s looking forward to the new challenges, skills, responsibilities as well as growing with the organization.
When asked what her favourite thing is about QCSS, she couldn’t pick just one. Norine noted that everyone cares, is supportive, willing to help and to provide their experience to meet goals. She’s also been very impressed with how creative staff have been to involve the individuals we support during the pandemic.
Like many of us, she’s excited about the changes in technology and seeing how it affects the organization for the better.
We are excited for your new role!
Madison Stocking, Administrative Assistant
I’m happy to welcome our new team member – Madison. In addition to taking over Norine’s duties, Madison will also be taking on communications responsibilities such as managing our Facebook page and website.
Madison recently graduated from Laurier University with a degree in Human Rights and Human Diversity and lives in Thamesville. She will be working three days a week for us.
She’s excited to see where all the changes are going and how QCSS can further adapt to the current situation. Being fresh out of school, she brings a new perspective as we map out our future.
You will be hearing more from Madison in the coming weeks on processes and changes to our Facebook page and newsletter.
Welcome Madison to the team!
Finally, thank you to each of you for your ongoing commitment and hard work. I’m so proud and impressed of the team we have!