Christine Minicucci is
the Executive Director of Carmelina's Home. She manages the day-to-day
operations and works closely with healthcare professionals, support
personnel and community volunteers. Sister Christine attended the Pontificia University S. Tommaso, Universita Marianum for her religious formation, and graduated from St. Augustine Seminary with a diploma in theological studies. Her most recent pursuit is a Social Service Worker Program at Humber College.
S. de Castro is currently
the Mental Health Consultant - Therapist at Caritas and Carmelina's
Home Rehabilitation Centres for Addiction and Mental Health problems.
She is also a private practitioner in counselling therapy. A dynamic
member of the Speaker's Bureau, Dr. de Castro is a retired Mental
Health and Psychiatry professor and the author of numerous academic
and literary books.
Interested in becoming a volunteer?
Many volunteer opportunities exist
at Carmelina's Home and we are grateful for any support. Contact
us to discuss your interest.
Board of Directors
Our committed Board of Directors
represent volunteers from various professional sectors and work
with the Program Director in providing hands-on support in program
development, fundraising, and financial and administrative matters.
Martin Riley, President
Sister Christine Minicucci, Spiritual Director
Pamela Munt-Madill, Vice President
Pina Colavecchia, Treasurer
Secretary - TBD
opportunities exist at Carmelina's Home. We are grateful to any
If you are interested in becoming
a volunteer and helping out in a variety of opportunities, please
contact us or email to discuss what's available and your special