The Social Tree Foundation was created in 2017 and become operational in 2018.
Its vision is to provide quality of life to individuals on the autism spectrum without an intellectual disability.
Its mission – to develop an inclusive corporate/employee program to relieve poverty.
The Social Tree Foundation is all about promoting quality of life for individuals on the autism spectrum. It is a non-profit organization with charitable status servicing the ASD community.
The foundation started a career center component that is geared toward developing an employee/corporate program. The program includes activities that help educate and create inclusion for individuals on the autism spectrum. It encourages the collaboration between employers, job coaches, care takers and teaching establishments (adult education centers, colleges, CEGEPs and universities’).
To support this component, the Social Tree Foundation joined forces with two private organizations: the N.E.A.T. Clinic and IT Talent Placement. Although these three entities are unique and independent, they collaborate on some of the nine career center segments.
Through their cooperation, these three entities create the ideal platform for long term continued support for both candidate and employer. They amalgamate the best individualized plan of action based on research, shared discoveries, and procedures. The teamwork and collaboration among these three organizations is what sets the stage for successful employment.
Welcome to the remainder of the Founding Team Members
As a team, we are all here to help you make a difference for your child and improving your family’s Quality of Life!
President & Founder
Francesca Dansereau, M.Ed, PhD (candidate)
Special Needs (Specialized high functioning autism) Recruiter, APRC, RPR
RDI certified consultant
Claudia Ruiz Morante
Masters of Science in Industrial Engineering with a minor in human resources
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
Diploma in Personnel Management
With RDI, children learn to solve problems, communicates and be flexible thinkers, because we work in 5 areas of impairment: experience share, appraisal, self-awareness, episodic memory and creative thinking.
Education Universidad Nacional de Trujillo
Universidad Privada del Norte
Me Nicholas DiTomasso
Chrisptopher Harmat Knull
For Special Needs Program
Director of Operational Excellence
Certified Project Management Professional (PMP)
Dr. Sylvain Desforges, B.Sc., D.C., D.O., N.D.
Doctor of chiropractic, Doctor of Osteopathy, Naturopath, and businessman