Our Vision

Our vision is to connect culturally diverse school youth, foster belonging and acceptance among all school children, be relevant within the schools and province, and contribute towards an inclusive and cohesive society. 

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Our Mandate

Our Mandate is to promote the values of multiculturalism and intercultural relations within a bilingual and multicultural Canadian society. 


Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal 

"The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal was created to honour those who have made significant contributions to our society and to reflect Her Majesty’s long service to this country. The medals are bestowed to honour Newfoundlanders and Labradorians who, without thought for reward, accolades or remuneration, give countless hours to the service of others. We are all the better because of their drive and dedication in meeting needs, overcoming challenges and making their community, and our great province, a better, more vibrant place to live"

— Office of the Premier


Board of Directors


Sharing Our Cultures Incorporated is governed by an elected volunteer Board of Directors.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS – 2019-2021/2022 President (Avalon Region) 3-year term

Mary Dinn

Vice President (Avalon Region) 2-year term

Pauline Villaumé

Vice President (Labrador Region) 2-year term

Didier Naulleau

Vice President (Western Region) 2-year term


Vice President (Central Region) 2-year term


Treasurer (Avalon Region) 3-year term

Victor Aucoin

Secretary (Avalon Region) 2-year term

Marnie Sinnott

Youth Representative (Avalon Region) [1] 3-year term

Jacqueline Yan Hoi Wong

Youth Representative (Western Region) [2] 2-year term

Samuel Ho Him Mok

Director-at-Large (Avalon Region) [1] 3-year term

Greg Simmons

Director-at-Large (Central Region) [2] 3-year term


Director-at-Large (Western Region) [3] 2-year term


Ex-officio Directors (2019-2020)

Grace Okwera, Past President Gaston Létourneau, Past Treasurer