|Jan Mowbray, President|
Jan is a resident of Milton and an active volunteer in her community. She sits on the board of Bob Rumball Canadian Centre for Excellence for the Deaf and is learning American Sign Language. Jan also is a member of Halton Living Wage coalition, Poverty Free Halton, and Sustainable Milton, and hosts a monthly cooking class at the Milton Senior Centre. She was elected to Milton Town Council for two terms 2003 – 2010, and she’s a two-term past president of the Milton Historical Society. Jan was a 16-year business owner of a manufacturing & distributor of kitchen accessories, and prior to that was a 10-year owner of a beauty salon in B.C.
|Stephen White, Vice President|
Stephen is an ICF accredited Coach and founder of Competitive Edge Coaching, a firm specializing in Career & Executive Coaching and Human Resources consulting. Over the course of his career Stephen held several senior Human Resources positions in both the public and private sectors. He holds an Honours B.A. in History and Political Science, Masters degrees in Public Administration (M.P.A.) and Industrial Relations (M.I.R.) from Queen’s University, a Certificate in Adult & Continuing Education from the University of Saskatchewan (CACE). He also completed the Certified Professional Coaching designation (CPC) and the Advanced Coaching and Personal Coaching Certification (ACPEC) from the College of Executive Coaching in California. In addition, Stephen is an Outplacement Consultant with Career Compass Canada of Hamilton. As well, he is an Instructor in the Human Resources Management at McMaster University, and a Part Time Professor in the Pilon School of Business at Sheridan College in Mississauga.
|Ancilla Ho-Young, Secretary|
Ancilla is a member of the Cultural Community in Burlington and the 2012 Recipient of Ontario Medal for good Citizenship as well as Burlington Citizen of the year. For many years Ancilla has been an advocate for Inclusivity and Diversity in the City of Burlington. She has been a leader in promoting awareness of Caribbean Culture and Black History in Burlington and has received the John C. Holland Award for this work. She has participated on committees in the City of Burlington and the Region of Halton giving a voice to those who cannot advocate or speak for themselves. Ancilla has recently retired from a very long career in the healthcare field with the last 10 years working to help women who have experienced sexual assault and domestic violence. She continues to remain involved in the community with her main goal being to help make Burlington the Vibrant and Inclusive City it could and should be.
|Gay Loveland, Board Director|
Gay has been a counsellor, teacher and administrator for more than 25 years. She has worked for several public boards of education, including the Halton and Toronto Boards of Education, as well as a rural Ontario board and in the private school system. She has served as a department head in Learning Resources, Senior Student Services and Community Outreach. These positions involved working with students, parents, administrators, community organizations, colleges and universities. She has Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology, English and Education and a Master’s degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Toronto, with a specialist certification in Guidance, Counselling and Special Education. She has resided in Oakville for many years and is a volunteer with Kerr Street Mission’s Neighbour Care Network and a home for disabled children. She is currently serving as the Co-President of Canadian Federation of University Women-Oakville.
|Nilofar Yousof, Board Director|
Nilofar is currently the Career Accelerator Program Coordinator at HMC Connections, a non-profit, multi-service agency with award-winning community programs and services; serving more than 7,000 clients a year. She has been assisting immigrants and newcomers in their journey to making Halton their home and providing innovative services and practical guidance for successful economic and social integration of new Canadians. Nilofar been a strong advocate for social and economic inclusion and access to services for immigrants and refugees. Nilofar’s own experiences as an immigrant shaped her personal and professional choices and lifelong engagement with the community. She works tirelessly to empower newcomers and brings hope to those who are distressed, discouraged and lost. She has been a bridge for immigrant women, allowing them to reach their full potential. Nilofar is passionate about the power of community and actively pursues ways to encourage community-building wherever she finds them.
Andrew. F. Falls, Board Director
|Ann Lawlor, Board Director|
|Jane Lemke, Board Director|
Jane has a diploma in Occupational Health Nursing, a BHSc(N), and M.Ed. and is a Burlington resident. After being a stay-at-home mom, Jane Lemke began her nursing career as a staff nurse in a busy emergency department. She became passionate about workplace health and safety and worked as an occupational health nurse and safety.
Jane was part time faculty in a post-RN baccalaureate nursing degree program for Charles Sturt University in Australia (via distance learning). She was the program manager of, and taught in, the Occupational Health Nursing Certificate program at Mohawk College, part time faculty in the School of Applied Computing and Engineering Sciences at Sheridan, and taught several courses at both Humber College and St. Lawrence College in the Occupational Health Nursing Certificate programs. Jane has also served as an adjunct professor in the Master of Applied Science in Occupational Health program at McGill University.
Jane has served on two Canadian Nurses Association committees and several Boards of Directors including terms as Board President of the Halton Adolescent Support Services and the Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association.