Co-founder, director of operations
Born in Montreal, Anne Roselmac is a passionate young person who has been evolving for several years in the field of Home service. She followed with great interest a training in international hotel management at the Vatel School (Business School Hotel & Tourism Management). After completing several internships abroad, notably in France and Mexico, Anne concluded her studies with an internship at the Quebec Ministry of Tourism in Montreal. Her experience in the international hospitality and tourism industry has allowed him to develop the autonomy and rigour to work necessary to start his own family conciergerie service business.
Strong experience with Youth
Anne became a day camp instructor in 2008. Two years later, still passionate about her work with children, she became in charge of the instructors of an equestrian camp in the Eastern Townships. She then actively participated in the management of the campers' schedule and in the creation of the camp theme. C It also established its first links with children with special needs in 2010, requiring special support due to motor disabilities, autism or down's syndrome. Rich in these new experiences, Anne discovers a strong interest in family support. She never gets enough to get involved with children: in addition to doing home care throughout her studies, she runs green classes and birthdays.
Today, Anne surrounds herself with her relatives to create the family conciergerie service, Litchie Rose. Its purpose is to meet the needs of babysitting, to make menus, cooking, groceries, etc. According to the needs identified. Litchie Rose acts mainly on the island of Montreal for now. Its versatility allows it to offer varied and flexible services.
Anne believes in the importance of communicating with parents to ensure a harmonious relationship between children and their caregiver. She stands out for her charisma, her creativity, her positive attitude and her excellent sense of listening... Since the summer of 2015, she has been a chef at the Université de Montréal Sports Cook Camp offered in collaboration with NUTRIUM, a nutrition reference.