Meet the Foundation Staff

Hannah Love
Executive Assistant

Hannah was born and raised in Kenora and joined the Foundation team in the spring of 2022. Hannah attended Algonquin College and graduated with a degree in Business Administration. Having fulfilled many roles in our healthcare system, Hannah brings a unique lens to support the Foundation’s administrative efforts moving forward.

Aside from her busy work schedules, Hannah enjoys spending time outdoors at her family cabin with her two Goldendoodles and on Lake of the Woods, with her custom pink Sea Doo in the summer and snowmachine in the winter. Her passion for her community and knowledge of health care practices are helping to drive great advancements at the Foundation.

Noreen Bourgeois, MA, MEd
Donor Relations Coordinator

Noreen focuses on building relationships with the LWDH Foundation donors and supports Foundation fundraising campaigns and events.  She joined the Foundation in 2024.  For many years, Noreen has spent family vacations in Kenora at her cottage on Rock Lake.   In 2022 she had an opportunity to make a permanent move to Kenora from Thunder Bay.  After 24 years in the field of adult learning, Noreen brings strong storytelling, writing and community engagement skills to the Foundation.  She has a passion for fundraising and has volunteered with regional arts, health research and children’s sports groups.

In her spare time, Noreen can be found walking her husky dog on local wilderness trails or at her cottage swimming, canoeing and watching the wildlife. She also enjoys singing with a local choir.  Noreen has a lifelong dedication to Kenora; she looks forward to connecting with the Kenora community and supporting the Foundation in enhancing health care at the LWDH.

Mira Trebilcock, BA, MSc
Executive Director

Mira is an experienced nonprofit advancement professional, who brings a strong track record of success working in fundraising, business development and communications. Born and raised in Timmins, ON, Mira has spent the last decade supporting philanthropic efforts in Western Canada. For the past three and half years, she has served as the Director of Development at Mother Teresa Middle School (MTMS) in Regina, SK. Founded by the caring vision of Paul and Carol Hill, MTMS aims to break the cycle of poverty for socially and economically disadvantaged youth through education.

Mira’s work across the organization focused on strategic planning, enhancing community partnerships, and growing major giving, while celebrating and honouring the diversity of students and families. Mira prides herself on building strong teams, centered on collaboration and creating meaningful relationships with the community.  She is excited to support the transformational vision of LWDH and enhance patient care in Northwestern Ontario.