Meet the People at PAN: 5 Question Challenge

Stacy Leblanc and J. Evin Jones


Members of the PAN staff team bring their individual strengths and experiences to the work. There are varied  reasons that brought us to PAN and drive us to bring the best to the communities we support.

A few years ago, we started asking new team members to respond to 5 questions in a blog about themselves so our member groups and other team members could get to know them a little better. Once we started this practice we had to play a little catch up with staff that have been around a while- Stacy started in 2001 but didn’t do his 5 Questions until 2016! Now we challenge people with it when they start. We focus on serious and fun in the questions; you never know what you’ll hear.


Training and Leadership

Stacy Leblanc, Director of Program Development (blog published 2016)

Janet Madsen, Capacity Building and Knowledge Translation Coordinator (blog published 2017)

Kira Haug, Human Rights Education Project Manager (blog published 2019)

Joni, Human Rights Education Project Peer Coordinator (blog published 2019)

Mark Lacroix, Human Rights Education Project Peer Coordinator (blog published 2019)


Research and Evaluation

Janice Duddy, Janet Madsen, and Mona Lee

Janice Duddy, Director of Evaluation and Community-Based Research (blog published 2015)

Mona Lee, Manager of Evaluation (blog published 2015)

Paul Kerber, Evaluation Coordinator (blog published 2017)

Madeline Gallard, Community-Based Research Coordinator (blog published 2018)

Joanna Mendell, Making it Work Research Project Coordinator (blog published 2019)




Collective Impact and Administration


Mona Lee and Simon Goff

Jennifer Evin Jones, Executive Director (blog published 2017)

Simon Goff, Executive Assistant and Collective Impact Coordinator (blog published 2017)

Cam Routledge, Special Projects Volunteer (blog published 2017)


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