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: email@example.com to find out whether this volunteer opportunity is right for you.
Michelle moved to Haliburton in the fall of 2019 after retiring from her position of Superintendent of Education for DSB Ontario North East. Growing up in Toronto East, many summers were spent vacationing and working in Haliburton County. Michelle has always been an advocate for youth and families since her early days with Integra Foundation and Camp Towhee, and later overseeing programs to meet the educational needs for students unsuccessful with traditional day school. Michelle has served on the Board for Child and Family Services, as well as Director and President of the Ontario Public Supervisory Officers Association. Personal interests include photography, walking, kayaking and everything Haliburton! Michelle quickly realized that as an agent of change, Point In Time was providing valuable services to support and advocate for youth and families. Michelle is committed to serving as a Director and ensuring the success of Point In Time continues in Haliburton County.
Stuart Humphries is a Constable with the Ontario Provincial Police. Stuart started his policing career in Haliburton Highlands in 2001 and worked general patrol and court officer duties before transferring to OPP Security Bureau in 2018. Stuart continues to reside in Algonquin Highlands with his wife Joleen and their three children. Stuart is a youth coach and is very involved in the Canadian Cadet Organization. Stuart is excited to be a new member of the board and looks forward to contributing and working in support of the staff and clients of Point in Time.
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
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.
Patti is the Executive Director for the Haliburton County Development where she has worked for 24 years. She works with a team of knowledgeable Staff and a diverse Board of Directors to implement the objectives and strategic priorities of the Corporation. Patti was born and raised here and she and her husband live in Haliburton where they raised their 2 kids. She enjoys the outdoors, reading and spending time with family. She brings to Point in Time her experience and perspectives in working with Boards, understanding governance and organizational processes. She is committed to her role as Director and making a contribution to the continued success of the organization.
Susan recently moved to the Village of Halliburton after cottaging with her husband Paul on Growler Lake for 15 years. She enjoys hiking, traveling, entertaining, and being involved in the community. Susan retired after 34 years with the Toronto Police Service as a Strategic Planner, and brings to Point in Time her experience in strategic planning, project management, program evaluation, and research portfolios in youth crime and response to persons in crisis. Susan believes that the health and well-being of our children is a view to the future health of our communities and, as such, Point in Time provides a critical service in our community. She is excited to have the opportunity to contribute to the continued success of this organization
Pam cottaged in the area as a child so when the opportunity presented itself to move here with her husband and 2 small children she jumped at it. That was 12 years ago and she hasn’t looked back! Pam loves to spend time with family on the dock, playing board games, curling and reading. Pam has first-hand knowledge of supporting / parenting / caregiving to a child struggling with their mental health, and struggles with her own mental health.Point in Time was there to advocate, support, council and care for her family. Now that her children are adults, she hopes to be able to use her experiences to give back and support Point in Time.
David holds the position of Past Chair with Minden Pride. He is a retired educator, completing his career with the Toronto District School Board as a Co-ordinator of Special Education, focusing on supporting programs and students with Developmental and Physical Disabilities. He has cottaged in Haliburton since childhood. He and his partner, Joe, now spend their time on Mountain Lake. David, a certified hike leader, enjoys hiking, skiing, kayaking and traveling. He views Point in Time as an essential service in Haliburton County and is committed to helping with its continued success.
Cindy, a small town girl at heart, returned to her roots in Haliburton County and now resides in Ingoldsby. She retired in 2018 after a 31 year career as a Public Health Nurse. Supporting families through pregnancy, birth, early years, and school years was her passion.
Cindy is pleased to serve the people of Haliburton County as a board member for Point in Time in a field that she believes is the success of a community: strong, healthy families.
Shirley is a life-long seasonal Haliburton resident on Halls Lake who became a permanent resident in 2012 after retiring from a career as a teacher and school vice-principal. As an educator for 24 years, she taught all grades, kindergarten to grade 8. Prior to a career in education, Shirley was a social worker and worked in a residential mental health treatment centre for adolescents and two Ontario social planning councils on a variety of community social problems and issues. She holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees in social work and a degree in education. She is deeply networked in the community around environmental, social and cultural issues. Shirley served on the Haliburton Rural Transportation Options Committee which is now disbanded and the Places for People Board of Directors. She is currently active on the Board of the Friends of the Haliburton County Public Library and the Board of the Haliburton Highlands Green Burial Society. Her passion for Haliburton is shared by two daughters, a son in law and two grandchildren. She enjoys family and friends, playing bridge, gardening, hiking, her bookclub and cuisine group
Hillary moved to Algonquin Highlands in the spring of 2023 and is an owner, along with nine others, in a new model of co-ownership created on the shores of Little Hawk Lake. She moved from Toronto and as a child and adult spent many summer weeks at various cottages in Highlands East. She is looking forward to the cycling, hiking, swimming and boating opportunities available in this beautiful area of the province. Hillary is retired and brings her research skills, as well as adult education delivery and project management experience to Point in Time. Through personal experience she has knowledge of the complex supports families may need when supporting a child, youth and adult with mental health and/or addiction challenges. Hillary is looking forward to contributing to the community through her support of Point in Time.
Jennifer Dailloux is the Deputy Mayor of the Township of Algonquin Highlands and sits on the Point in Time Board as the representative for the County of Haliburton. For the majority of her career, Jen was a professional humanitarian, researcher and Human Rights advocate, working with non-profits in conflict and post-conflict countries around the globe. Much of that work was focused on ensuring the voices of women, children, and marginalized groups were heard and incorporated into international aid policy. She and her husband returned to Canada in 2013, and she has been involved in municipal politics since 2019.