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2020-21 Annuals and Financials

Discovery House Appoints Leslie Hill as Executive Director

December 1, 2020

Discovery House Family Violence Prevention Society is pleased to announce the appointment of Leslie Hill as Executive Director effective January 4, 2021.

Leslie has a deep passion for Discovery House and the domestic violence sector. She brings over 17 years of experience in the non-profit sector, serving populations experiencing vulnerabilities such as homelessness, substance use, mental health issues and domestic violence.

An accomplished leader, Leslie was most recently Executive Director of HIV Community Link Society. Previously, she held progressively senior roles in organizations including the Calgary Homeless Foundation and the Canadian Mental Health Association. Additionally, she was Manager of Discovery House’s Community Housing Program between 2012–2013.

A natural team player and collaborator, Leslie has a strong track record of capacity building, leadership, strategic planning, financial oversight and community relations. The Board look forward to welcoming Leslie to Discovery House as we advance toward our goal of a society free of family violence.

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Where To Turn – Knowing where to turn when risks of domestic violence are identified can stop it from happening  November 1st , 2021  Calgary AB - Discovery House has launched its month long Where To Turn campaign in collaboration with the Calgary Domestic Violence Collective (CDVC), to raise awareness of family violence and the supports and resources available to […]

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Media Release: Discovery House Launches Harvest Table

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