Carolee is Co-Chair of the Board and pharmacist/owner of a Shoppers Drug Mart store in London. She loves giving back to her community by participating in various fundraisers including Bust A Move, raising money for the St Joseph’s Breast Care Centre. She is the proud mother of two teenagers and enjoys watching hockey in her spare time!
Brent’s 25+ years in public service work has built his strong connections to the work of Craigwood and related youth agencies. He provides extensive insight into youth and law enforcement as well as his administrative and governance experience.
Carol Ann Green, CGA
Carol Ann is a current member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario. She has held various business and financial accounting roles, including almost 15 years in the not-for-profit sector, currently with a large teaching hospital in London.
A member of our board for two years, Frank previously gained board experience in children’s mental healthcare, including two terms as Board Chair and three terms as an Executive Committee member. His private consultancy primarily offers strategic planning and guidance to small businesses and non-profits in the London area.
Jim is semi-retired from a 33 year career in supervisory and management positions with the Ontario Ministry of Community & Social Services, the Ministry of Children’s & Youth Services and at the Child & Parent Resource Institute (CPRI) in London. Most recently, he served as program manager for clinical services at CPRI. He now consults with other agencies and boards on organizational development and project management.
Joyce is Legal Counsel for the Family and Children’s Services of St.Thomas and Elgin. She obtained her Bachelors degree from the University of Western Ontario and her Bachelors of Law from the University of Ottawa.
Lyn has served previously as Craigwood’s Board Chair and for 4 years on our Executive Committee. His long career in marketing and creative services in London led to his committee work with Craigwood’s community partners on issues of public communications, advocacy and governance.
Meghan is a graduate of the University of Guelph and is currently studying Not for Profit Management at Western University. She is bilingual and her next goal is to pursue her Masters of Professional Education. She looks forward to building on her years of volunteer leadership with children’s charities.
Sharon is a newly appointed board member who has recently retired from a long career as a university administrator (Associate Vice President Academic) professor and researcher at three well-established Canadian universities. She brings expertise in governance issues, research and education broadly constructed to the board.