Louise Mayville worked for the Canadian government as both a consultant and as a manager. She was the Southwestern Ontario Field Representative for Health and Welfare Canada's "New Horizons Program", a grant program, and then, for several years, held the position of District Manager for the area offices of the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and Old Age Securities Program (OAS).
Louise also worked in community development in Ontario for many years. She graduated from the University of Guelph and Toronto's Centennial College in Municipal Recreation Administration. Louise taught in the Social Service Worker programme at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario and helped found a number of social service agencies in the Windsor/Essex County area. As a former Ontario Regional Director for the Canadian Save the Children Fund (CANSAVE) in Toronto, Ontario, Louise had the opportunity to learn about the unique struggles and cultural differences facing international families.
In more recent years, Louise has been working with Tim as a Professional Immigration Consultant at Mayville Immigration Services. Her understanding of Canadian employment standards, government services, and Canadian immigration allows her to assist people with a variety of immigration-related problems, including settlement issues.