Meet the Team


Director of Central Neighbourhoods Winnipeg

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Community Well-Being Coordinator: Chance Dupuis (He/Him)

Chance is a Cree, Two-Spirit, Queer who works in their native homelands of the Treaty #1 territories.

Chance started in October of 2019 as the Community Well-Being Coordinator and works to address social isolations and lack of recreation in the Central Neighbourhoods through facilitating peer support opportunities, catalyzing agency de-siloing, increase crime prevention and community-led safety initiatives, organize accessible learning opportunities and capacity building for community members, engage with residents and foster community building, resource allocation and referrals, and harm reduction service provision and education.

Chance feels honoured to have the opportunity to continually learn alongside the residents of central in order to create meaningful change within our communities; such as fostering resiliency in our neighbourhoods, celebrating their diverse identities, and honouring the commitment to the community.


Megan McKay (She/Her)

Megan is a proud Métis Transgender woman with a love for people and community.

“When leadership failed, community prevailed”

Courtney Clark (She/Her)

Courtney is Métis, queer, and uses she/her pronouns. She resides on Treaty 1 Territory, homeland of the Métis Nation. Lately, she’s been spending her socially-distanced time playing chess, volunteering as a mentor, and beading to connect to her Métis heritage. Courtney values non-judgmental and inclusive safe spaces for all members of the community, and is enjoying meeting and connecting with community members through her work with Central Neighbourhoods Winnipeg.

Joseph Moore (They/Them He/Him)

Joey is a white settler, transgender, non-disabled, Queer who lives on Treaty 1 territory. They joined Central Neighborhoods Winnipeg in 2019 as a volunteer doing odd jobs around the office, helping with workshop evaluation, and delivering supplies for programming. Outside of their time volunteering with Central Neighborhoods, Joey works formally with Two-Spirit and LGBTQ+ youth facing multiple forms of marginalization. Joey volunteers with Central Neighborhoods Winnipeg because of their harm reduction principles and opportunities for facilitating peer support.

Aine Dolin (She/Her)

Aine is a white settler, cis-gender woman living on Treaty 1 territory. She has volunteered with Central Neighbourhoods since September 2020. Outside of her work at Central she is a sexual and reproductive health educator, whose work is rooted in anti-oppression and harm reduction. She is also a medical anthropologist currently examining the intersections of pleasure, autonomy and risk. She is passionate about strengths-based, community-led work, and enjoys spending time with her neighbours and learning from them – which is why she loves door service and lending a hand at Central!