Elizabeth Plouffe, Chief Minion
I’ve always been the odd one. The strange thinker. The troublemaker. The friend who doesn’t quite fit the group. And I was, am still, ok with that. It brought me here.
My background is predominantly in health care with 10 years as a medical office manager and two years as an MOA program instructor.
My connection to the Autism Community is as a parent of a son with Aspergers, three years volunteering with the Burlington Autism Job Club and three years with CASDA (Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorder Alliance).
I believe that being weird is a positive thing. I love Marvel movies, musicals and singing when it best embarrasses my kids. I’m an avid baker, reader, gardener and collector of action figures.
Paulette Goddard, Calm Spectrum Consulting
Paulette, through her business Calm Spectrum Consulting, has supported individuals with Autism in gaining employment, job coaching and skills needed to move forward in life: independent living skills, college skills, anxiety management.
She has supported individuals with autism as a coach and consultant for over 30 years.
Norma Mullen, Adviser
Dynamic HR Generalist with five years of experience working with key accounts. Proven customer service skills demonstrated through customer retention and strong working relationships. Excelling in recruiting top-level talent and developing efficient training programs and effective resolutions in a fast-paced, multi-departmental environment. Results-driven, organized, and confident in both leadership and collaborative roles.
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