Sue’s Departure and NSRLP Future

Sue’s Departure and NSRLP Future

After four years of dedicated work for NSRLP (and its predecessor, the National SRL Study), Sue Rice, our Project Manager and Research Co-ordinator is stepping down from her position on December 31.

In addition to running NSRLP operations on a daily basis, Sue has been responsible for the creation of innumerable NSRLP projects and systems. While we cannot possibly replace Sue’s unique brand of creativity and energy, many of these initiatives will continue after her departure in the capable hands of our new Research Assistants Lidia Imbrogno and Gurleen Gil, as well as continuing RA Erin Chesney.

We are developing the terms for a new NSRLP fundraiser position to commence in the spring of 2016. Our goal is to place the NSRLP on a more secure and permanent financial footing through the creation of a partnership between the University of Windsor, government, and private philanthropic funding.

Sue’s commitment to Access to Justice in Canada is well-known to all those who have worked with her. We are delighted to announce that Sue will be joining the NSRLP Advisory Board and will continue her connection to the NSRLP as a board member.

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Comments (4)

  • Allen

    Blessings on you and yours Sue. Thank you for all the help given to the forgotten and the legally helpless/. Again blessings to you and yours

    December 17, 2015 at 1:43 pm
    • nsrlp

      Thank you very much. It has been an honour to work with and hear so many wonderful and inspiring voices.

      December 17, 2015 at 3:10 pm
  • bcaptijn

    Thank you, Sue for all your good work. Thanks for treating SRLs with the respect they deserve. Very best wishes,
    Barbara Captijn

    December 17, 2015 at 4:19 pm
  • evert-jan Steen

    Thank you Sue: I as well have appreciated your diligent responses. Take care.

    January 3, 2016 at 11:10 pm

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