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Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of the Réseau des massothérapeutes professionnels du Quebec, is composed of regular members of the association and one person as a public representative appointed for a two-year term. Elections are held at the Annual General Assembly.


Mandate of the Board

  • Provide strategic direction.
  • Evaluate the performance of the President
    and Chief Executive Officer.
  • Insure compliance with rules and policies.
  • Establish various committees.
  • Approve annual budgets.
  • Develop and maintain an open line of
    communication with members of the Association.
Conseil d'administration du Réseau des massothérapeutes professionnels

Members of the Board

The Board of Directors of the Réseau des massothérapeutes professionnels du Québec is made up of eleven (11) members, two of whom represent the public. Below, the composition of the board of directors.


  • Linda Mongeau, president
  • Sylvie Friedlander, vice-president
  • Nathalie Tremblay, secretary-treasurer
  • Sylvain Martineau, administrator
  • Maude Pilon-Bernier, administrator
  • Raymond Forest, administrator
  • Karine Paradis, administrator
  • Manon Cloutier, administrator
  • Jean-François Major, administrator
  • Andrée Blanchet, administrator representing the public

Strategic governance attestation®

Logo Gouvernance stratégiqueFollowing an elaborate process with a certified consultant, the Réseau’s board of directors obtained in 2013 a strategic governance attestation. The attestation confirmed that the directors joined an implementation process and fulfilled the following criteria:

  • Complete the comprehension training “Your CA governance…a successful strategy!”;
  • Proceed to the assessment of Board of director’s management;
  • Develop and adopt the governance policy;
  • Update general regulations.

Keeping the status of an attested organization requires the acknowledgement of the board of directors and of the strategic governance attestation. It also required the development of healthy governance that meets the current needs of the organization.