WE BELIEVE VOLUNTEERS
Eleanor is married to Mike and they have been together for 29 years. She is a step-mother of two adult children and when she can, enjoys her grandchild who lives in Alberta. She has been self-employed for the last 11 years which gives her the freedom to travel and work from wherever she may be. Eleanor enjoys volunteering at her home church, Atlantic Community Church in Hampton, NB.
Eleanor enjoys lifting people up where they can make a difference in their own lives and those around them. She believes that WE Believe does that for our youth.
Webmaster & Marketing
Curtis is a marketing graduate from the New Brunswick Comunity College in Saint John, New Brunswick. He is an enthusiastic entrepreneur with a passion for learning new things, helping others, and brand development.
Curtis has been a part of Scouts Canada for the past 10 years, most recently as a Youth Leader. Having this role, Curtis has been able to encourage the youth to go above and beyond their comfort levels and support one another. Engaging in group work, strategizing together, and much more, Curtis empowers youth from the lessons he has learned while working his way up the organization's system.
Curtis is helping WE Believe as the Webmaster for their website through his new company, The Creative Warehouse. TCW is a marketing agency that provides services for small businesses and organizations to present themselves online, through social media, and modern print.
He is very excited to be able to promote WE Believe and build his project portfolio which now includes this great cause.
2022 Volunteer - Stage Crew
Liz is passionate about all things music and enjoys working in atmospheres where she gets to be creative and have fun. For years she worked alongside a team of talented instructors at Rock of Ages Music School teaching guitar and drums to young students and adults. In 2018 she graduated from the Audio Engineering and Music Production program from DaVinci College in Fredericton.
She is currently enrolled in the two-year business program at NBCC Community College and will graduate in the summer of 2020 with a diploma in Business Administration and Marketing. Liz keeps fit at her current job as a fitness instructor for HIIT30KV where she gets to help and work with clients to achieve their health and fitness goals.
She is excited to be joining WE Believe for the first time as a volunteer and can’t wait for the event in May.
Jennifer has been married to an amazing man, Shawn, for 32 years. She is a mother of 3 adult children, a retired teacher, and has been a children's and youth leader at her home church, Atlantic Community Church in Hampton, NB.
Jennifer believes that there is good in everyone and that together we can make small and large differences in the lives of people around us. That's what she loves about WE Believe - it encourages and motivates young people to realize they make the world a better place when they follow their dreams and passions locally and/or globally.
Mary was born and raised in Sussex, NB. She is passionate about seeing her local community and beyond thrive. She feels the best way to help her community is to support initiatives that bring value to the area. You will often find Mary volunteering her time with local schools, sports teams, and the Rotary Club of Sussex.
When Mary is not volunteering she is working at Carleton-Fundy Mutual Insurance as a claims professional or spending time with her husband, John, and their 2 children, Hannah and William.
The McNairs also own Outdoor Elements, a local outdoor adventure store in Sussex. Each week, Outdoor Elements commits to donating to the Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick and highlights the importance of physical activity (especially in the great outdoors!) can have on stress and mental wellness. You will often find Mary and John along with their children on many outdoor adventures and leading various adventures in the Sussex and Fundy Region.
Mary is involved with WE Believe Saint John because she feels as though this is an amazing opportunity for students to be inspired. They can hear first-hand accounts from inspirational change-makers and from those that have overcome hardships. Students can learn that it only takes one person to start a movement or make a difference in the world and they could be that person!