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About the President

Originally from New Brunswick, Katherine Gibson has been an active community member since she moved to the Magdalen Islands in 1983. Mrs. Gibson graduated high school in 1975 with a business education diploma, then continued her education in 1997, after raising her two children, with a CEGEP diploma in computer and business administration. She established herself as a successful local entrepreneur—she was the owner of Kathy’s Corner Café from 2005 to 2010, and is today a chef at the La Salicorne vacation resort in Grande-Entrée. She has also always been dedicated to the community: she was a board member of the Parent Teacher Association, Secretary Treasurer of Old Harry church, and a member of the CEDEC Community Resource Team, a position she still holds today. A member of CAMI during the vital early years, Mrs. Gibson supported the organization’s efforts and shared CAMI’s vision to revitalize the English-speaking community. In 2009, she once again stepped into a more active role in strengthening the English-speaking community of the Magdalen Islands, as a CAMI board member; she became president in 2010. ​

About the President

Originally from New Brunswick, Katherine Gibson has been an active community member since she moved to the Magdalen Islands in 1983. Mrs. Gibson graduated high school in 1975 with a business education diploma, then continued her education in 1997, after raising her two children, with a CEGEP diploma in computer and business administration. She established herself as a successful local entrepreneur—she was the owner of Kathy’s Corner Café from 2005 to 2010, and is today a chef at the La Salicorne vacation resort in Grande-Entrée. She has also always been dedicated to the community: she was a board member of the Parent Teacher Association, Secretary Treasurer of Old Harry church, and a member of the CEDEC Community Resource Team, a position she still holds today. A member of CAMI during the vital early years, Mrs. Gibson supported the organization’s efforts and shared CAMI’s vision to revitalize the English-speaking community. In 2009, she once again stepped into a more active role in strengthening the English-speaking community of the Magdalen Islands, as a CAMI board member; she became president in 2010. ​