For our furry, scaly, and feathered friends.

The Moncton SPCA charitable foundation is a non-profit organization that supports the welfare of animals in the Greater Moncton area. We provide shelter, medical care, adoption services, and education programs for pets and their owners. Our mission is to prevent animal cruelty and promote responsible pet ownership. We rely on donations from the public and grants from various sources to fund our operations and projects.

Our Board of Directors

Mona LeBlanc


Mona is a CPA and is in the last year of her MBA part time at UdeM. She work for the federal government at the Chief Financial Officer Branch in Financial Management. Mona joined the Foundation board to contribute in a meaningful way to animal welfare as well as the community. She has two Old English Sheepdogs, Pumper and Henry. Her hobbies also include spending time with family and friends.

Jessica Guin


As a life-long animal lover, Jessica joined the Board of Directors in 2022 with a desire to support the evolving framework for planning, measuring, and reporting that drive the important work the organization does. Jessica is a CPA who has experience working in both public service and private firms with the focus in Tax. During her down time, Jessica can be found spending time with her family, including her GSD named Cpt. Morgan, as well as her three cats, Whiskey, Vodka, and Jager. Jessica also enjoys backpacking, culinary experiences, gardening, and reading thriller novels.

Alessandro Corazza

Alessandro has always loved animals and parrots in particular, since his parents brought home a peach-faced lovebird when he was young. Nowadays, his shoulder is regularly occupied by Geddy the crimson-bellied conure. In addition to the SPCA Foundation, he is also on the board of the Friends of the Magnetic Hill Zoo. When he is not scratching Geddy’s head he enjoys playing music, writing, and gardening.

David Konning

David has over 20 years of experience as a Financial Advisor, Financial Planner, and investment management. A Board Member for the past 2 years. A graduate of St Francis Xavier University in Business Admin. Currently a Regional Sales Manager with Canada Life. He lives just outside of Moncton with his spouse and currently they look after rescue cat “Boop”.

Jeff Ellsworth

Born and raised in Moncton, Jeff obtained his Bachelor of Commerce and Juris Doctor degrees from Dalhousie University in Halifax before returning to Moncton to practice law in 2013. Admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 2014, Jeff articled with and is now a partner at the law firm of Ellsworth Johnson Michaud, a firm with over 100 years of history in Moncton. Jeff has a long history of involvement with various charitable and volunteer organizations, both locally and internationally, and draws on his professional and volunteering backgrounds to chair the SPCA Foundation’s Governance Committee. Jeff has always taken a keen interest in animal welfare,and is happy to have this opportunity to advocate for them. In his spare time, Jeff tries his best to keep up with his visually-impaired but overly capable Australian Shepherd, Merlin.

Maggie Rogers

Maggie Rogers is a Human Resources Consultant at JMC and has been a board member since December 2022. Maggie attended the University of New Brunswick and completed her honors in Human Resources. She has 10 + years in human resources working across various industries. Maggie is a person who loves to spend time outdoors with her friends and young family of four and dog, Beau. Her roots are in Miramichi, New Brunswick, even used to work on an old fishing boat for years – which indeed lent a hand to building her determination and grit.

Nathalie Cormier

Nathalie is a Communications Specialist with the Government of Canada. A graduate of the Université de Moncton’s communication program, she also holds a certificate in marketing and completed a Master of Business Administration in 2023. Nathalie has been working in the communications field for over 20 years. In her spare time, Nathalie enjoys camping trips, reading, hiking, and working out. She joined the Board in 2022 in hopes to be able to make a difference and to be a voice for animals in New Brunswick.