Shelley has been a physiotherapist since 1994. During her years in clinical practice Shelley worked in a variety of clinical settings. In 2004 she became a Peer Assessor for the Quality Assurance Program at the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. In 2008 Shelley was hired in a full time role at the College. As a physiotherapist, QA Peer Assessor, and staff member at the College, Shelley’s work has often involved teaching others. Obtaining her Certificate in Adult Training and Development from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto has helped prepare her for this role. Shelley’s interest in health care, regulation, and health policy also prompted her to complete her Masters of Health Sciences in Health Administration at the University of Toronto in 2012. As a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) Shelley enjoys attending CCHL educational events to continue learning about the health care system in Ontario and health care more broadly. Shelley and her husband live in Burlington where they enjoy biking the trails around Bronte Provincial Park. Her other interests include travelling, hiking, golfing, and reading.
Board Vice Chair
Matt is a professional with over 10 years’ experience in leadership roles spanning the private, non-profit, and public sectors. He is currently the Associate Dean of Career Education and Co-curricular Learning at Sheridan. Matt’s passion is in post-secondary education and student success. He’s interested in innovative methods and emerging theories for learning that maximize the student experience, support students in reaching their full ability, and assist students in obtaining meaningful employment. He is also a firm believer in life-long learning. Matt is a graduate of an Executive MBA program, a CivicAction Fellow, and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Education (Leadership in Post-Secondary Contexts) program at the University of Calgary. Matt lives in Oakville and focuses his volunteer time on social entrepreneurship, city building activities and helping our communities become a better place to live and grow.
Anne retired in 2014 after 35 years as a Human Resource Professional. During her 28 years at the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), she worked in various Human Resource roles, such as Recruitment, Information Technology, Employee Payroll & Benefits, and managing the Global Assignment program for over 200 assignees. After leaving RBC Anne joined Tim Horton’s corporate office as Global Assignment & Executive Compensation Consultant. Prior to retirement, Anne was the Global Mobility Consultant at a multinational consultancy, engineering and project management company. Anne successfully completed the McMaster Not-for-Profit Governance Workshop program and has volunteered on the board for a community not-for -profit organization over the past 6 years, the last 3 years as Board Chair. Anne is passionate about enabling individuals to live where they want, with quality of life and support available as needed.
Anne volunteers for fundraising events for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) and cycling events at the Milton Velodrome. Additionally she volunteered at the Toronto 2015 PanAm Games and 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Anne lives in Oakville and enjoys cycling, golf, hiking, kayaking and skiing.
Paulette Jervis is an investment administration professional with over 20 years of experience in the financial services sector. She was Director, Client Change at RBC Investor & Treasury Services where she directed and oversaw client projects of all sizes, degrees of scope, and complexity related to product enhancements, new business conversions, and integrations into RBC I&TS Canadian operations. Previous responsibilities included delivering valuation and tax reporting, audit management, new business development, and fund accounting projects / initiatives for the division’s fund accounting clients. Paulette, a long-time Oakville resident, is also a Board member of the West Oakville Preschool Centre Inc., a non-profit childcare centre and provides volunteer accounting/bookkeeping to Oak Park Neighborhood Centre, a charitable organization that supports the local Oakville community Paulette is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a member of Toastmasters International.
Cindy Doucette is a Nurse Practitioner with 30 years of nursing experience, mostly in the areas of cardiology and seniors’ health. She has a Master’s degree in Nursing from the University of Toronto, is certified in gerontological nursing, and is a Certified Diabetes Educator. Cindy is passionate about risk management and quality of care and is a Certified Excellence Professional with Excellence Canada. Cindy has lived in Oakville for the last 10 years. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and especially loves walking in the trails of Sixteen Mile Creek, Oakville.
Avjit has over 12 years of progressive senior finance executive experience. He is currently the Managing Director of KAM Consulting providing advisory services to both public and private companies in the areas of Strategic Planning, Finance Transformation, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Initial Public Offering Readiness. Avjit served as Vice President of Finance and IT at COM DEV/Honeywell from 2014 to 2016, where he was responsible for all aspects of financial operations and IT operations. He was also a board member on subsidiaries of COM DEV Ltd. and advised the corporate Board and executive management on strategic initiatives. Prior to joining COM DEV, Avjit was the country CFO at Canadian Solar and held various senior management positions at MDA Corporation and Deloitte. Avjit is a Chartered Accountant and a Certified Public Accountant in the US. He graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Wilfrid Laurier University. Avjit is a resident of Milton with his wife and son.
David is a business professional with over 22 years of experience in the consumer packaged goods and alcohol beverage industries. Core competencies and expertise include the Costing/Pricing, Forecasting, Analytics, Sales, and Demand Planning disciplines. David was nominated to and participated in exclusive corporate Informal and Emerging Leadership Programs and has trained several sales teams on forecasting and software system procedures and execution. Another milestone achievement was the creation of a costing model that has been implemented nationally, resulting in greater cost control, margin improvement, profitability, and pricing consistency. David possesses a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Degree, a college diploma in Marketing, and a Human Resources certificate. David is passionate about hockey and golf, and has been a volunteer course Marshal at the RBC Canadian Open PGA Golf Tournament. David has been a resident of Halton Hills for 17 years with his wife and three teenage daughters. Giving back to the communities we live in and advocacy for others in need are objectives we should all care about and participate towards.
Tracey McKinley is a marketing and publishing executive with 30 years of diverse experience in leading and launching national brands. Her marketing expertise spans digital media, print, retail, direct mail, broadcast, sponsorships, partnerships and market research. Tracey currently runs a consulting business which includes leading the consumer marketing of RICARDO magazine. Previously she was Vice-President of Consumer Marketing and Executive Publisher of HELLO! Canada magazine at Rogers Publishing where she led teams to achieve unparalleled growth and innovation.Tracey is a long-time Oakville resident and committed community volunteer. She has served on the Links2Care Board since mid-2013 and is also a Board member of the Canadian Mental Health Association (Halton). Tracey has a MBA from Queen’s University. She enjoys yoga, reading, hiking, tennis and spending time with family and friends.
Khurram Musti Khan
Khurram Musti Khan immigrated to Canada in 2006 as an internationally trained professional with experience in journalism and publications. As a journalist, he wrote many articles, letters and investigative reports covering various social issues. He was also active in the peace movement in Pakistan and advocated for global disarmament and de-nuclearization. He was also the Executive Committee member of the Pakistan-Japan Cultural Association. After graduating from Humber College’s Postgraduate Certificate in Public Administration Program, Khurram worked in various provincial ministries in different areas including research, policy and issues management. He currently works as a Policy Analyst with the Ontario government. Khurram takes a keen interest in social policy issues as they relate to community development, particularly initiatives related to poverty reduction. His passion for poverty reduction took him to Ottawa where he attended the 2015 Poverty Reduction Summit that saw participation from provinces, territories, municipalities and non-profits to learn and share best practices on poverty reduction initiatives. Khurram has also volunteered with organizations like Woodgreen Community Services and JVS where he took part in mentoring workshops to advise and guide foreign trained professionals and help them navigate their career path. Khurram lives in Milton and likes spending time with his family and exploring nature.