Join us in strengthening services for children, youth and parents in Haliburton County!
Point in Time is looking for talented and conscientious volunteer board members to work with the board to provide leadership and help strengthen our programs for children, youth and parents with the goal of ensuring they achieve their highest potential.
We are particularly interested in:
- People who have experience on non-profit boards
- People who can provide leadership with the board
- People with financial, legal, governance or senior executive expertise
If you can contribute your time, thoughtfulness, and leadership one evening a month, and are interested in exploring this opportunity to contribute to the community, call 705-457-5345 ext 300 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to find out whether this volunteer opportunity is right for you.
Sandy is a Police Sergeant with the Ontario Provincial Police, stationed at the Bancroft Detachment. Sandy enjoys spending time on the water in the summer months boating and waterskiing. She loves to spend time with her family and extended family and loves to read at quiet moments. Sandy brings to Point in Time her experience working with victims of crime, persons in crisis and crime prevention. She continues to be interested in programs that support the well-being of all children and families in Haliburton County.
Peter moved to the Highlands 10 years ago with his wife Sandra and their two children. Not long after arriving, Peter was struck by Haliburton’s strong sense of community engagement and the supports available to community members by external organizations. As a resident, Peter has found opportunities to be a part of the community through his past work on the Special Education Advisory Committee (Trillium Lakelands District School Board) and the Kawartha Haliburton Children’s Aid Society. Currently, he is the Chair for the Haliburton County Food for Kids student nutrition program and a Director at the Haliburton County Development Commission. Peter is looking forward to being a part of the Point in Time Board.
Professionally, Peter teaches for Fleming College’s Academic Upgrading program and is an Information Technology Manager for a Canadian owned company with holdings in the manufacturing, retail and hospitality industries. He brings specific business and teaching experience in technology and project management to his volunteer positions.
Gwen is a retired School Principal who has been a cottager on Gull Lake for over thirty years. Since retiring she and her husband, Alan, spend much of their time in the Highlands. She enjoys her family, plays bridge, gardens, travels and serves as Treasurer of RTO/ERO District 23 (Retired Teachers of Ontario). Gwen brings thirty-five years experience working with young people aged 10 – 15 years and their families. She brings her management experience and her knowledge in supporting children, youth and parents in times of crisis to Point in Time. Gwen believes that Point in Time serves an important need in the community and is committed to making a contribution to the continued success of the organization.
Anne is an employee at TD Bank and enjoys being able to help people with their financial needs. She, her husband and daughter have spent many weekends and holidays in the Highlands and have now lived here full time for five years. Ann enjoys leisure time outdoors, sailing and power boating, gardening and hiking and her indoor pastimes include sewing or working on stain glass. She brings to Point in Time her previous working experience in with children of different ages and backgrounds. As a parent of a school-age child and as member on the school Parent Council, Ann has first-hand knowledge of the school and neighbourhood environments. She is dedicated to programs and services the address the challenges of our community.
Joyce has enjoyed a long career working with children & youth. After graduating university, Joyce worked for Kinark Child & Family Services as a Child & Youth Worker in their Residential Treatment Facility, and Outdoor Education Centre. Following this, Joyce has worked in education as a Classroom Teacher and Special Education Resource Teacher. Presently she is Special Education Consultant with Trillium Lakelands District School Board.
Andrea moved to Haliburton over 25 years ago from Toronto to manage a local restaurant. She met her husband Steve Roberts here and they were married in 1992. They have three girls and one amazing grandson in a blended family. She and her husband owned and operated a fuel oil business and sold in 2011. Andrea ran as Ward 1 councillor in the municipal elections in 2006. She held that position for two terms and in 2014 ran for the position of Deputy Reeve. She enjoys being in local politics because it keeps her engaged in many facets of the community.She is honoured to be the County Council representative for Point in Time. While raising her children, she and her family benefited from the services of the agency and has always been grateful, so she is excited to be on the board. In her spare time she enjoys keeping active, reading, cooking, travelling and spending time with her family and friends.
Susan is a retired VP of Food Safety, Quality Assurance & Loss Prevention for a major Ontario supermarket chain. Susan and her husband Paul have cottaged, and now live, on Beech Lake for the past 27 years. Susan loves spending time with her family, traveling, walking, playing bridge and volunteering in Haliburton County. She brings to Point in Time her extensive leadership experience in the areas of governance, crisis management and quality assurance. Susan sees Point in Time as being critical to Haliburton County, filling needs that would otherwise go un-served. She is committed to Point in Time and to contributing to its on-going growth and success.
Barry has been a Teacher for 17 years in various positions and is currently a Special Education Resource Teacher at Archie Stouffer Elementary School. He has an Honours BA from York University and B.Ed. from Nipissing University. Previously, he worked for Chimo as a Youth worker in their residential school and has done respite work throughout Haliburton. Barry has cottaged his whole life on Boshkung Lake and is now lucky enough to call it home. He loves the outdoors, kayaking, waterskiing, swimming and hiking in the summer, cross-country and downhill skiing, snowshoeing and when he can, escaping to Florida in the winter!! All year long he enjoys spending time with his family and friends in the area. He is glad to be able to give back to the community in this capacity, as mental health is an area of interest. With his experience working with children and youth, he sees it as a great area of need.
Bessie Sullivan earned a Master of Library and Information Studies in 1994 from McGill University. She started her library career at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library before moving to Haliburton in 2009 to become the CEO of the Haliburton County Public Library. She came to Haliburton with her husband Doug who works for the Trillium Lakelands District School Board as an Education Assistant and they have two children who are both currently in post-secondary education programs. Bessie has an interest in supporting community organizations and her strengths are finance and governance.
Patti is the Assistant Director of The Haliburton County Development Corporation where she has worked for the past 18 years. She oversees the Administration of the Corporation and coordinates the delivery of the Eastern Ontario Development Program. She was born and raised in Haliburton County, she and her husband of 31 years have raised their two kids in the Highlands. She loves spending time with her family, camping and walking. She brings to Point in Time her experiences and perspectives in working with Boards as a staff person, understanding governance structures, policies and procedures and organizational processes. She is committed to her role as Director for Point in Time and hopes to contribute to its successes in Haliburton County.
Miranda has always enjoyed working with children. Throughout university and after graduation she worked in daycare settings and is now an occasional teacher with the Trillium Lakelands District School Board. She is passionate about inclusion and anti-bullying education and believes that with the right support, every child can reach their full potential. Miranda is excited to be part of an organization that delivers services promoting independence, empowerment, and the well-being of children, youth, and families in Haliburton County.
Colby moved to Haliburton on 2013 and opened local restaurant Baked & Battered with his husband Craig. Prior to this he served as executive director for a non-profit in the Kitchener/Waterloo area serving those affected with HIV/AIDS, and earlier as a program manager with the New York State Department of Health’s AIDS Institute. Colby’s experience includes grant development and management, familiarity with the determinants of health, Positive Youth Development, organizational management, and an understanding of health programming from a government perspective.
Colby’s current community interests include, among others, social and health issues related to LGBTQ youth, food insecurity, and homelessness.