Management Team

Joe Gagnon, President: Joe has over 16 years experience in the moving industry. Prior to acquiring Westmount Moving, he was Partner and Vice President Sales at a national moving company. He managed the sales team, while achieving extraordinary success in corporate sales. Joe places a high emphasis on building long-term relationships with his clients. He has dealt with a host of multinational corporations, dealing with volumes ranging from 5 to 200 moves per year. Joe, born and raised in Montreal, is fluently bilingual.

Sheri Doyle, CA, Vice President: Sheri is a seasoned professional, having worked for over a decade in management and consulting roles as a chartered accountant and business valuator. Sheri's focus at Westmount Moving is to grow and service our corporate accounts. Her attention to detail and dedication to providing unsurpassed service are keys to her success. Sheri, a graduate of McGill University, is also from Montreal and is fluently bilingual.

Jerome Lacerte, Manager International Division: Jerome has 20 years experience in international relocation. Jerome’s role is to establish and maintain relationships with corporate and individual clients relocating abroad, overseas partners and transporters. He studied Business Administration at La Cité collégiale in Ottawa, graduating in 1993. During that time, Jerome worked as a purchaser of moving and international transportation services for the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. He then began his professional career as an international moving and relocation consultant, gaining a vast knowledge of the moving and international transportation industries.

Larry Smith, Consultant and Shareholder: Larry is the former President of the Montreal Alouettes, former Publisher of the Montreal Gazette and commissioner of the Canadian Football League (CFL). He graduated from Bishop's University with a degree in economics before going on to be a professional player in the Canadian Football League. Smith earned a Bachelor of Civil Law from McGill University. Larry has been named "Marketer of the Year" by The American Marketing Association, "Communicator of the Year" by the International Association of Business Communicators" and is one of the "50 Most Powerful and Influential People in Quebec" as per Revue Commerce. In December 2010, Larry was appointed to the Senate by Prime Minister Stephen Harper who issued a press release saying Smith was a well-regarded and visible figure in his community with a wealth of experience in business, philanthropy and sport.