Directors of Services

Southeast Child and Family Services
Directors of Services

Sandra LagimodiereSandra Lagimodiere – Director of Services for the Brokenhead, Black River, Hollow Water Units, and is the A/Coordinator for the Child Abuse Unit.

Sandra is an Anishinaabekwe who grew up in the rural areas but went to school in Winnipegosis. She later moved to Winnipeg to attend University of Manitoba, and graduated with her Bachelor of Social Work in 1982. Sandra has worked for several years in the social services and child welfare fields including with Aboriginal Health and Wellness, Ma Mawi Wi Itata, and has been with SECFS since 1994.

Sandra looks forward to brighter and stronger futures for the Agency’s children and families.


Stanford BoulangerStanford Boulanger – Director of Services for Berens River Units.

Stanford was born and raised in Berens River First Nation, and is fluent in his language (Anishinaabe), not learning English until he started school at 6 years old. Stanford is married and has three wonderful children at home. Stanford’s vast work and personal experiences enables him to add a unique insight and perspective to working with the communities. His former positions include being an Addictions Counsellor (NNADAP), being a member and Chairperson of his community’s Local Child Care Committee, sitting on the SECFS Regional Advisory Board including being the Chairperson for four years, and being a Councillor. Stanford worked as a frontline worker in Berens River, obtained his Bachelor of Social Work, and went on to become the Community Supervisor. Later, Stanford was appointed to be a Program Manager, and is now a Director of Services.


Jackie LarocqueJackie Larocque – Director of Services for Pauingassi Units, Little Grand Units and Alternative Care Department.

Jackie is from Berens River First Nation, and is married with two children. Jackie attained her Bachelor of Social Work, and later a Masters of Social Work in 2011. She has worked for SECFS for 29 years, first starting as a band worker in Berens River, worker for Pauingassi, later being promoted to a supervisor role for Pauingassi and then becoming the Alternative Care Department Supervisor. Jackie was promoted to Program Manager, and most recently as the Director of Services for Pauingassi Unit and Director for the Alternative Care Department.

Jackie continues to volunteer to be a field instructor for the University of Manitoba Social Work Program students who complete their placements at Southeast Child and Family Services.


Jamie ChartrandJaime Chartrand is the Director of Services for Bloodvein, Age of Majority, &  Alternative Care Department

Jaime is a member of Pine Creek First Nation and a single mother of one son. Jaime graduated from the Bachelor of Social Work program in 2006 and worked for Canadian Mental Health. After moving to Winnipeg in 2007 from Thompson, Mb, Jaime began working with SECFS in August, 2007 in the Bloodvein city unit as a social worker. In 2010, Jaime was promoted to supervisor of the Bloodvein city unit which she worked for one year till transferring positions in 2011. In 2011, Jaime worked in the community of Brokenhead as a supervisor till 2014. In 2014, Jaime transferred back to Winnipeg and began supervising for the Little Black River and Hollow Water city unit. In December, 2016 Jaime was promoted to Director of Services for Berens River and Age of Majority. Jaime is committed to working with the families and communities of SECFS.


Glory ListerGlory Lister – Director of Services for the Poplar River Units and the Quality Assurance Department.

Glory is married to a wonderful husband, and has two children. Her family has always been supportive of her being able to leave home to work in the Southeast communities. She has also been an emergency foster parent for SECFS kids in need. Glory obtained her Bachelor of Arts in 1980, and later attained her Bachelor of Social Work. Glory completed her social work program field placements at SECFS, and has been an employee for over 25 years. She has also worked part-time at the After Hours at ANCR for 16 years, and became familiar with many of the SECFS families and children in care. The connections Glory has with the children and families of the Southeast communities is extensive, and she appreciates the relationships she has built over the years.