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Employment History

Project Coordinator

Independent Living Nova Scotia


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Independent Living Nova Scotia - Staff

www.ilns.ca [cached]

Monnah Green - Project Co-ordinator
Monnah Green has been a Project Co-ordinator for Independent Living Nova Scotia since January 2010. She brings her experience as a research assistant, teaching assistant, financial co-ordinator, and volunteer co-ordinator to this position. She has been involved with not-for-profit organizations that support marginalized peoples for several years. Monnah received a BA (Honours) in Sociology from St. Thomas University, an MA in Women's Studies from Saint Mary's University and is currently a PhD candidate in the Women's Studies program from York University. You can reach Monnah 453-0004 or email Monnah.Green@ilns.ca.


PAANS - Events

www.paans.ca [cached]

"Forging the Links aims to provide links and partnerships to strengthen full and active citizenship for mature Canadians living with a disability," stated Monnah Green, Project Co-ordinator.
In 2008, ILNS identified the need for access to information on services to support aging in place for mature persons with disabilities. "This current project will address this information need through a series of workshops and through sustainable partnerships among community service providers to ensure mature Canadians with disabilities continue to live as full and active citizens in their communities," said Green. This project is funded by the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability component.


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