Eric Maldoff, Chair of the Mission’s Board of Directors, was bestowed the Goldbloom Award from the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) for his contribution to improving the lives of English-speaking Quebecers both in his professional career and as a dedicated volunteer. The Mission congratulates him for this outstanding commitment.
As a lawyer, Eric Maldoff has been an effective advocate for minority language rights and access to health and social services for more than three decades. Maldoff served as Chair of the Executive Committee and Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), where he was instrumental in the merger of the five affiliated hospitals. He served 17 years on the Board of the Montreal Children’s Hospital and was the first chair of the Provincial advisory committee on access to health and social services in English. Currently Chair of the Old Brewery Mission and Chair of the Mount Sinai Hospital Foundation, Maldoff is a Governor Emeritus of McGill University. Also a leader within Montreal’s Jewish Community, he was the founding volunteer president of Alliance Quebec.