BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Château Ramezay is a private, non-profit institution that was established in 1862 and incorporated under the name “Antiquarian and Numismatic Society of Montreal.”

The Board of Directors is made up of fifteen individuals, who are all volunteers and are elected by the Friends of the Château Ramezay. The board has the mandate to ensure the proper functioning of the institution, guided by the principle that the institution serves the public by developing and monitoring internal policies. It helps finance the Château by soliciting donations and sponsorships from the private sector as well as by holding fundraising events. In addition to its relations with various levels of government, it develops links with the outside world in order to keep in touch with community members. It encourages them to support the Château Ramezay and ensures staff for the board and committees. Members have a two-year, renewable term.

Jean Brunelle - Chair
Retired – Mouvement Desjardins

Gail Grant – Vice-Chair
Translator / reviser

Benoît Pelchat - Secretary 
Lawyer – de Grandpré Chait s.e.n.c.r.l.

Marie-Céline Bourgault
Director - Communication and Public Affairs - Transdev

Solange Côté 
ASC – Administrator of Certified Companies

L. Cameron Desbois
Retired - Lawyer - Air Canada

Pierre Destrempes
Consultant - Commercial Real estate

Françoise Espie-Bourseau
Vice-Chair – Association des résidants du Vieux-Montréal

Sonia Gagné
Partner Architect -  Provencher Roy + Associés Architectes Inc.

François Gosselin
Vice-President – Commercial Banking – BMO Bank of Montreal

Denise Guinard
Chair – Association of Ramezay Volunteers

Michel Jutras
General Compliance Officer - Air Canada

James Kyle
Chair – English Guides Association

Francine Lalonde D’Entremont
Professor of Management – National Theatre School of Canada

Justin Moreau
Senior Director - Strategy, Architecture and Digital - Mouvement Desjardins

Francine St-Onge
Chair – French Guides Association

André Delisle
Executive Director and Curator – Château Ramezay