Board of Directors
Join Our Board of Directors
We are looking for interested and experienced local residents to support our work by joining the Board.
Stonegate Community Health Centre is a charitable organization serving the Stonegate\Parklawn community. We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors who ensure the continued effective functioning of the Health Centre through providing Board governance, overall management and financial oversight of the Centre’s operations.
The Board is accountable to the Central Toronto LHIN and the Ontario Ministry of Health for those activities of the Community Health Centre (CHC) for which the Central Toronto LHIN and Ministry of Health have provided funding. Our objective is to have a Board that has a variety of skills and a diversity of experience. We try to ensure that the composition of the Board reflects the diversity of our community.
We are looking for committed volunteers who are:
- Interested in working in a Board environment and taking a leadership role in the community
- Comfortable actively participating in group discussions at both Board and Committee meetings
- Available and willing to commit an average of 5 to 10 hours per month, including attending a monthly Board Meeting
If you are interested, please click here and complete the Application Form for Prospective Board Members.
SCA Board of Directors 2013 - 2014
Since retiring from a career in IT and Project Management, Murray has developed an extensive volunteer background with non-profit agencies in Toronto, and has been a member of several boards. He has also worked on numerous projects involving non-profits as a volunteer consultant with the Management Advisory Group providing assistance in the areas of governance, planning and organizational structure.
Murray resides in Sunnylea with his wife and looks forward to contributing to the community as a member of the Stonegate Community Association Board of Directors.
Purvi grew up in Oakville but has spent the last three years living in Etobicoke with her husband and 8 month old daughter. Purvi is a motivated self-starter with extensive project management and strategic planning skills. As an MBA graduate, Purvi focused her studies on Health Services Management and has worked on a variety of strategic and eHealth projects with hospitals, regional health authorities and government, where she has gained first-hand knowledge and understanding of the complexities and challenges facing the healthcare industry today. Purvi has been with St. Michael’s Hospital for 3 years in the role of Director of IM/IT Project Management Office.
She has previous volunteer board experience working with St. John Ambulance. Purvi is excited to be working with the Stonegate CHC board and is looking forward to meeting the staff and members.
Deb was born, raised and schooled in West End Toronto, and has resided in south central Etobicoke for over 30 years. She has an MBA from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and had a long career with the Ontario WSIB, leaving as a Director in senior management. Throughout her career, Deb gained experience in project, change and risk management along with operations, and training and development. Deb subsequently worked at a not for profit organization, The Learning Partnership.
Deb is married to a retired mathematics teacher; they have one daughter. Deb's husband immigrated to Canada as a child and he opened Deb's eyes to the challenges faced by new immigrants. Deb is pleased to have this opportunity to work with the Stonegate CHC Board and is looking forward to contributing to the Stonegate community.
Stephen grew up in Newmarket but has spent the last six years living in Etobicoke with his wife. He has an MBA from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, and is currently working as a contract consultant. Some of his most recent clients have included large educational institutions, small business owners, and not for profit organizations. While his current work primarily involves strategy, marketing and research consultancy, he has prior experience in Information Technology and Project Management.
Stephen has long been interested in improving the lives of at risk youth, and in the past was involved with mentoring homeless youth in Mississauga. Stephen is looking forward to working, learning, and growing with the SCA board and other members of the Stonegate community.
Kelly F. Lang
Kelly grew up in Sault Ste. Marie and moved to Toronto at the age of nineteen to attend York University. He has lived in Etobicoke since 1994 and resides with his wife Andrea Morra and their three sons Benjamin, Jordan and Eli. Kelly graduated from York University with a degree in urban planning in 1990. Upon graduating he entered the insurance profession and his career has led him to live in Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa before finally settling in Etobicoke.
Currently, Kelly is partner with HKMB International, leading their director's liability practice. As a client at Stonegate Community Health Centre he appreciates its unique approach and dedicated staff. He looks forward to contributing to the Stonegate Community Association and is proud to be associated with such a worthwhile organization.
Jenn Le Feuvre
Jenn grew up in Mississauga and moved to Toronto in 2003 to attend university. She completed a Bachelors of Arts in Peace and Conflict Studies and Master of Social Work at the University of Toronto. She began her social work career in Hamilton at Lynwood Hall Child and Family Centre. She went on to work at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in the Child, Youth and Family Program and at Toronto Western Hospital in the Bariatric Surgery Program.
In 2011 she began her current position at CAMH in the Family Addictions Service. Jenn is also an outreach and education volunteer for the National Eating Disorders Information Centre at University Health Network. Jenn has called South Etobicoke home since May 2011 and is excited to get involved in her new community as a Stonegate Community Association board member.
Mary was born in Toronto and has lived in the Stonegate neighbourhood for 20+ years. She is the chief legal officer for PepsiCo Beverages, located in Mississauga, and her son David attends a local high school. Mary previously served as a volunteer director with the Stonegate Community Health Centre, and she is enjoying another opportunity to support the important work done by the organization.
Catherine has lived in south central Etobicoke for over 20 years, moving here from Ottawa in 1986. She has a master’s degree in Health Administration from the University of Ottawa and has extensive experience in the health care field. She is currently working as a research coordinator in the Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. She has previous volunteer experience working with the Out of the Cold Program and on the board of the former Etobicoke Community Care Access Centre.
Immi has lived in the Stonegate neighbourhood for just over three years with her husband and young son. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Economics from Wilfrid Laurier University and a Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School. Immi has practiced Canadian immigration law for over 12 years and is Certified as a Specialist in Citizenship and Immigration Law by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Immi is a former co-chair of the South Asian Legal Clinic Ontario (SALCO) and worked as a professional intern in East Africa at the Zanzibar Legal Services Centre in the area of human rights in 2002.
Jocelyn was born and raised in the Stonegate Community, in which she still resides. She was a member of the Health Centre’s youth programs growing up, completed a college co-op placement at Stonegate CHC and was also employed by the Health Centre for a time in support of the youth programs. Passionate about community empowerment, Jocelynn is extremely excited to participate and contribute to SCA Board of Directors. Jocelynn plans on pursuing her degree in child and youth studies, and coupled with her education and experience in community services, is committed to working with and supporting the needs of local youth.