Les partenaires de Portail
Notre équipe s’engage à transformer positivement l’expérience des immigrants au Canada.
Notre direction :
Partenaires de développement :
Conseil consultatif des partenaires de Portail
Ce dernier est composé de sept partenaires qui fournissent des conseils sur les stratégies, les options disponibles et les cadres analytiques liés au développement et à l’exécution de Portail.
Notre principal bailleur de fonds
Le projet Portail est financé principalement par Immigration, Réfugiés et Citoyenneté Canada (IRCC) en tant que projet pilote étalé sur cinq ans. Immigrant Services Calgary a reçu un financement de l’IRCC pour gérer et faciliter la mise en œuvre de Gateway, en collaboration avec les agences du sud de l’Alberta. La Cité des Rocheuses a reçu également un financement de l’IRCC pour assurer le volet francophone de Gateway qui est Portail. Ainsi, le parcours d’intégration francophone est respecté.
Notre partenaire de développement technologique clé
Portail est optimisé par « K2 : Pathway to Settlement », une configuration personnalisée de Salesforce, la technologie bien connue de gestion de la relation client (CRM) basée sur le cloud. K2 a été développé, avec le financement d’IRCC, en tant que projet pilote d’évaluation et de référence des besoins standardisés par l’équipe des services d’établissement du YMCA du sud-ouest de l’Ontario (YSWO). Le projet pilote K2 est opérationnel dans la région de Windsor-Essex en Ontario depuis mars 2020 avec une collaboration d’organismes à but non lucratif portant le nom de « WE Value Partnership ».
Retired Executive Director for The Arthritis Society Prairie Division
Shirley Philips recently retired as the Executive Director for The Arthritis Society Prairie Division. She has more than 30 years of education, volunteer service, board governance and non-profit high-level management experience. A graduate of the University of Toronto and she has dedicated her career to education, philanthropy and volunteerism.
Among her many experiences, she has been a teacher in the public education system, worked as an instructor/manager of ESL and continuing education programs in Calgary at the YWCA and with the Edmonton Catholic School Board. Her executive experience includes serving as Executive Director for the Mennonite Centre for Newcomers in Edmonton, Volunteer Manager for the Calgary Centre for Non-Profit Management, President and CEO of Junior Achievement of Southern Alberta and Executive Director of the Bethany Care Foundation.
In addition, she has served as board member and board chair for several social service including CCIS, Momentum, St. Stephen’s College, and Discovery House. Shirley is married and has 3 adult children. She and her husband enjoy travel, live theatre, music and the mountains of western Canada.
CEO of Immigrant Services Calgary
Hyder Hassan is the CEO of Immigrant Services Calgary and a leader of collaborative initiatives that help empower our communities – unleashing the economic, social, and civic potential of newcomers and immigrants that have come to call Calgary home. His distinct 15 years’ leadership experience with various Canadian and Albertan financial institutions holds him as an influential contributor to the Calgary community.
His motto of Service above Self is his drive for engaging in community volunteering roles like the Rotary Club, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Junior Achievement, and Alberta Health Services. He has received various accolades like the Calgary top 40 under 40 award, Calgary Herald’s compelling Calgarian, and Immigrants of Distinction award.
He also serves as a board of director for The Alberta Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies. Starting the non-profit charity FullSoul in Uganda, he is a champion of diversity and inclusion and drives social compassion by facilitating equal opportunities for the vulnerable population.
Vice-President of Sustainability & Engagement for Cenovus Energy
Rhona DelFrari is the Vice-President of Sustainability & Engagement for Cenovus Energy. She’s responsible for enhancing Cenovus’s reputation and communicating and interacting with internal and external stakeholders, including Indigenous communities. A key part of her role is ensuring sustainability considerations are embedded in the company’s strategy.
Previous to her role at Cenovus, Rhona spent several years as a journalist in television newsrooms across the country. Rhona has a combined honours degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from Carleton University and has earned a Global Energy Executive MBA through the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary.
Rhona’s volunteer activities over the years have focused primarily on working with organizations that support new Canadians as well as those that empower women to move out of poverty.
Projects Control Manager, Imperial Oil
Darryl Lobo is the first member of his family born in Canada and proudly Canadian, Darryl resonates deeply with the Immigrant experience and understands the value of resilience. He believes personal passion, family values, social belonging, and corporate engagement all play a part in building a strong and vibrant community.
Darryl enjoys learning from and empowering those around him, ranging from active parenting with his spouse and two young boys, volunteering with organizations that make significant impacts in people’s lives, through to numerous leadership and technical roles spanning more than 20 years in the Oil & Gas sector with Imperial Oil and ExxonMobil. He is honoured to be involved with Immigration Services Calgary and its outstanding Board, collectively in pursuit of unleashing Canadian potential at an exponential pace.