The Team


Cori-Lynn Lemaitre

Operations Manager

Born and raised in the City of Greater Sudbury, Cori-Lynn brings more than 12 years’ experience with Not-For-Profit organizations and groups within Greater Sudbury.  Continuing to follow her passion, Cori-Lynn’s experience includes The Heart and Stroke Foundation running key events such as Big Bike and Jump Rope for Heart, as well as being an Executive Committee Member for the Walden Winter Carnival.  With a strong background in volunteer management and client services experience, Cori-Lynn is excited to be a part of the Volunteer Sudbury Team, where she can embrace our community spirit bringing volunteers, organizations and local businesses together.

Megan Karchie

Program Coordinator

Born and raised in Sudbury, Megan is passionate about all things local, and helping others within the community. She attended Cambrian College and received an advanced diploma in Public Relations, and has worked in communications roles in the non-profit sector since graduating. Outside of work, Megan spends her time as a board member, organizer, and volunteer for various arts and culture organizations and events in the Greater Sudbury area. She looks forward to providing exceptional service to all of our current and future clients, and helping to expand the programming at Volunteer Sudbury.


Samuel Boucher
Membership and Communications Coordinator

Samuel was raised in Kapuskasing, Ontario and moved to Sudbury to complete a Bachelor of Arts degree in Rhetoric and Media Studies at Laurentian University. Following this, Samuel continued his studies and obtained a Masters in Humanities degree at Laurentian in the spring of 2020. After having the opportunity to work as a teacher's assistant, Samuel discovered his passion for communication, research, teamwork, and the City of Greater Sudbury. He looks forward to assisting in Volunteer Sudbury/Bénévolat Sudbury's vision of promoting the benefits of volunteerism through awareness, education, and community collaboration. 


Mark Steel
Youth Engagement Coordinator 

Mark Steel was born in Sudbury, Ontario but has moved all over Canada. Mark has attended The University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge College, and Cambrian College. Currently, Mark is completing his diploma in the Social Service Worker program by volunteering at Sudbury/Bénévolat Sudbury. Mark enjoys making music, drawing, animating, and participating in discussions with strangers online via streaming websites. He is currently involved with the youth engagement council (YEC) where he hopes to contribute in a meaningful way.