A Charitable Organization
Non Voting Secretary
James (Jim) King-Séguin
was born in Iroquois Falls, Ontario. He moved to Sudbury
to attend Laurentian University. After earning a Bachelor
of Arts degree with a double major in Native Studies and
Law & Justice, he was hired as the Housing Coordinator
for Native People of Sudbury Development Corporation in
1984. At the time he was the only staff member to oversee
31 housing units scattered throughout Sudbury.
Over the years,
as the corporation's portfolio and staff grew in number,
his job title was changed to Executive Director. Reporting
to the Board of Directors, James now manages 106 housing
units and a staff of three.
hours, James enjoys spending time with his
wife and two sons,
photography, exercising at the gym, gardening, listening to music,
oil painting, reading, walking and swimming.
has been working as part of the Native People of Sudbury
Development Corporation management team since 1992.
Marilyn was raised on Sheshegwaning
First Nation and, after high school, attended Georgian College
in Barrie, and Ontario Business College in Sudbury, where
she obtained a diploma in Business Administration.
In her spare
time, Marilyn enjoys listening
to music, working out at the gym, reading, going for walks,
visiting with family and spending quality time with her
husband and two sons.
Development Corporation (NPSDC)
welcomes Ashley St.Pierre
to the position of Tenant Liaison Officer. Ashley is
a Status member of Moose Deer Point First Nation located
near Parry Sound, Ontario. Until becoming employed with
NPSDC, Ashley was the
Social Services Administrator for her First Nation.
She graduated from Laurentian University in 2018 with a
Bachelor of Arts degree specializing in Psychology.
Family is very important to Ashley, and she spends much of
her free time with her relatives, especially with her
Grandmother who has shared her knowledge and wisdom with
Ashley over the years.
is keen to assist NPSDC tenants by providing housing
information, answering questions and providing help whenever
possible. Applicants for housing should follow-up with
Ashley on at least a monthly basis to keep our office
notified of any changes in their situation.
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