Marcia Pivotte

Originally from Toronto, Marcia has been living in Amherstburg for over 17 years, and is happily married to a very supportive husband and blessed with 3 beautiful children and 4 foster children. The sereneess of Amherstburg gives Marcia the ability to raise and train her children the way she wants to, with its diversity allowing them to learn from people of all tribes and colour.

Marcia studied social work through both the University of Windsor, and St. Clair College where she received her diploma. Marcia previously owned Creoles Catering restaurant and is presently working as a direct support professional for Christian Horizons and Community living. Marcia also empowers individuals working through crisis intervention, and her joy and passion are networking and making sure she leaves a positive impact in the lives she touches. Marcia also lends her services to her community helping women in need and children in crisis, as well as working along with the Homestay Canada Program where she accommodates international students, mentoring them while teaching them the English language and the culture in Canada. Marcia also co-runs a youth group called Black Kids in Action, with the aim of getting youth off electronics and encouraging them to be creative using arts, dance and drama, and is a founding member of Women Inspiring Women.

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