Meet our Board of Directors, community leaders with a passion for making a difference in long-term and dementia care, embrace our values, and have a willingness to do serious Board work to achieve our mission.
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TWEE BROWN

VICE-CHAIR

Twee is the CEO of High Point Development, proprietor of Ben Thanh Restaurants, and Principal of Trident Property Management Inc.


One of her principle beliefs is “giving back to the community which has given so much to her and her family”, motivating her to dedicate her free time to boards, charitable and advisory committees. She is the incoming Chair and currently... 

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MICHAEL MEAGHER

DIRECTOR

A leader with a proven record of taking new ideas/soft businesses and turning them into successes. The ability to work effectively within start-up, mid-sized and multinational organizations. Business successes have resulted in the creation of more than 3,000 net new jobs and more than $25 million in returns to shareholders.

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RICHARD WOZNIAK

PAST-CHAIR

Banking career for 30 plus years. Primary experience in retail and commercial banking for major Schedule “A” banks in Ontario. Former registered representative and Investment advisor.

 

Account management for diverse industries including not for profit, insurance brokerage, manufacturing, residential and commercial construction...

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ROSS CHAPIN

DIRECTOR

Ross Chapin leads Highview Residences - providers of exceptional care for people living with a diagnosis of dementia, in London and Kitchener-Waterloo.

 

Having received his C.A. designation in 1977, Ross, arrived in London from Toronto with his wife Cathy and their three children in 1987 to join the Executive Team at University Hospital (UH). 

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PAUL MORRISSEY

CHAIR

Paul Morrissey is a life-long Londoner and graduate of Western University. 

 

He is a partner at the London law firm, Siskinds LLP, and for the past 27 years, has provided institutional, corporate and private clients with legal services and representation before courts and tribunals on various matters including...

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BEVERLEY ZAIFMAN

DIRECTOR

Beverley Zaifman is a retired teacher and active volunteer in the community. She continues to tutor children to prepare them for their bar mitzvah commitments in the Jewish community and she spearheads many committees in her synagogue. 

 

Bev volunteered on the Board of Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario for...

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MATTHEW CREIGHTON

DIRECTOR

Matthew Creighton is the Corporate Contract and Business Manager with a global leader of reconstructive medical devices. Matthew brings over 30 years of sales and marketing experience and has been involved with charitable service since his days at Western University, where he obtained a degree in Economics.

 

As a third-generation Londoner, Matthew was raised with the philosophy of giving... 

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JEFF PETRIE

DIRECTOR

Jeff has been an advisor with Scotia Wealth Management since 2002, thus providing clients with a high level of experience through difficult markets. Jeff recently attained the Chartered Investment Manager Designation and is qualified as an Associate Portfolio Manager. Before becoming an advisor, Jeff played professional hockey with the Detroit Red Wings...

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IAN HILLIS

TREASURER

Ian is a general practice partner at Ford Keast. Ian began his career with Ford Keast during co-op work terms while studying for a mathematics degree at the University of Waterloo.

 

Ian has a wide range of experience with owner-managed businesses and not-for-profit organizations. He works closely with many of our Long Term Care Home clients...

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LISSA SAVAGE

DIRECTOR

I believe my East Coast roots play a considerable role in how I interact with clients. I grew up in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and have since made London my home. 

 

It is especially important to me to explain options and solutions to our clients in a way that is understandable and meaningful to them, and that our office is a friendly place...