Thankful in transition

31 December 2020 was my last day as Executive Director of the Alzheimer Society of Montreal.  Even though this was the most challenging year ever in my career, I can say without a doubt that 2020 was the best ever. 

It was the best ever, because of the deep sense of purpose that anchored my commitment to the Society’s mission of alleviating the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on persons living with the disease, their caregivers and the health care system. 

None of this was possible without the support and collaboration of an outstanding team of motivated, resilient, and innovative colleagues who were unwavering in the delivery of adapted services throughout the pandemic.

I am in a place of gratitude, thankful for the opportunity to have led the amazing team at the Society.  I am grateful to the members of my LinkedIn network for the resources you have shared, which have supported my professional development.

I look forward to a pause in winter, and the start of another chapter in my professional journey in spring 2021.     

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Published by Camille Isaacs-Morell

Enabling businesses and people to be successful. This is my mission, my life’s work. It’s always been what I have done wherever I’ve been employed, called to serve or to volunteer. An experienced business leader, my core values are truth, integrity, and respect. I believe that values-based leadership is critical for organizational success that is enabled by an engaged and empowered workforce. Working over the years in several senior marketing, communications, and executive leadership mandates for global, financial, healthcare, and non-profit organizations, it has been through times of transformation and difficult change that I have done my best work. In my blog posts, I share my perspectives on leadership, marketing and strategy that are based on my key learnings and observations over the years, all with the objective of helping others reach for success. In my spare time, I enjoy the beauty of nature which I reproduce in my pastel paintings.

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