Staff and Volunteers


Amély Friolet-O'Neil

Executive Director

A graduate in social sciences with a specialization in political science from the Université de Moncton, Ms. Friolet-O'Neil held the position of Executive Director of the Regroupement féministe du Nouveau-Brunswick as well as Vice-President of the Société Nationale de l'Acadie (SNA). Her professional experience and various commitments have allowed her to fully understand and contribute at all organizational levels. In addition, her background has enabled her to develop skills in leadership, governance, and partnership development. She is interested in identity dynamics, Canadian linguistic issues, and capability-strengthening of the community and associative sector.

To contact Amély: 613-321-3513 / [email protected]


Marie-Ève Laramée-Gauvreau

Program Director, Communications Officer

Marie-Ève was the first-ever Program Officer at the Community Radio Fund of Canada, hired in 2012. With a Bachelor's degree in Art History and a Master's degree in Museology from the Université de Montréal, she has been working in the cultural sector for more than ten years. Having been involved with institutions of various nature, namely the federal government, national museums, not-for-profit organisations and the academic sector, Marie-Ève brings sound knowledge in project and partnership management, research, and communications. Before joining the CRFC team, Marie-Ève was working at Parks Canada as a Policy & Program Officer for the Canadian Register of Historic Places as well as for the National Historic Sites Cost-Sharing Program, a federal contribution program.

To contact Marie-Ève: 613-321-3513 / [email protected]


Camille Noël

Program Officer

Camille holds a bachelor in public affairs and international relations and a masters’ degree in project management which gave her knowledge of best practices and tools necessary to undertake the conception, planning, execution, and control stages of project management. During her studies she acquired skills required to proceed to a multifactorial analysis of issues at stake, whether they be political, legal or financial. In the past, she worked as an assistant project manager in an international cooperation organization that focuses its efforts on child protection. She also attended training on community development in India, which allowed her to realize the importance of consulting and involving communities in order to ensure the success of projects.

To contact Camille: 613-321-3513 / [email protected]


Mélodie Lemay-Gaulin

Program Assistant

A recent graduate of McGill University in psychology, Mélodie is constantly seeking new challenges and opportunities for growth. She was drawn to the CRFC team by an interest in Canadian identity dynamics and in issues within the community sector. She brings to the CRFC the critical thinking skills that are key to her success within her academic field and hopes to gain a better understanding of the factors involved in the sucessful completion of projects in the campus and community radio sector.

To contact Mélodie: 613-321-3513 / [email protected]