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Making A Difference Canada is a nonprofit organization and community that gives awareness about physical health and mental health. We offer advise and health tips on how to improve your health and fight sickness. Team Members of the Making a Difference Canada national strategic planning committee are knowledgeable and experts when it comes to health consciousness and able to provide understanding for your wellness.
David O’Brien, is a Senior Crown Attorney with the Province of Prince Edward Island. He is a member of the P.E.I. Premier’s Action Committee on Family Violence and participates in other Provincial and National committees dealing with sexual abuse and domestic violence.
Sigrid Rolfe, Coordinator, the PEI Rape and Sexual Assault Centre
Sigrid Rolfe received her Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of Manitoba in 1976, and is currently a registered social worker in PEI. She has just recently completed her certification in Conflict Resolution Studies at the University of Prince Edward Island.
Ruth Montgomery, the Director of Making a Difference Canada
Ruth has over 30 years of experience leading police, justice and public safety development and education initiatives nationally and internationally. Ruth retired as a Superintendent from the Edmonton Police Service after 27 years of service and established a consulting firm.