Sharon joined the Board of Directors in January 2021 bringing with her 25 years of Not-for-Profit Board experience from within the Durham Region soccer community. Nearly 10 years ago what started as a few hours of volunteering during Holiday Hamper distribution has blossomed into a much deeper commitment of time during the holiday season and an eagerness to join the Simcoe Hall Board of Directors. Organized, passionate and dedicated are words used to describe Sharon, whether in the workplace or the boardroom, her knowledge and experience are a valuable asset to the team.
Terry is retired after 37 years in the Information Technology sector working for a variety of firms who provided technology solutions to both Canadian and International customers in manufacturing, financial services, energy and mining, retail as well as both Provincial and Federal governments.
Prior to retirement, Terry was a Global Alliance Executive managing HP Canada’s strategic partnerships with many of the world’s largest technology companies.
Since retiring Terry has been active in volunteering in the community with sports events as well non-profit organizations focused on food security and individuals experiencing homelessness. Terry is currently a Board member of Feed the Need in Durham and the Steering Committee for the Spirit of Service.
In his spare time, Terry enjoys travelling with his wife, particularly cruising and loves the time with his family and his four grandchildren.
Ted is a lawyer located in Oshawa, practicing for 40 years with Koziar Reczulski Hunter Law. He was born and raised in Oshawa within four blocks of Simcoe Hall. The Hall was the hub of his childhood social and recreational activities. Though the programs delivered by Simcoe Hall today have changed considerably, the core focus of the Hall remains “service to our community” in which Ted is grateful for the opportunity to give back to Simcoe Hall.
Dianne comes with a background in Pharmaceuticals and over five years of Early Childhood Management experience. Now a Board member, Dianne was once a child who frequented Simcoe Hall in the After School Program, Sun Fun Camp and Ski/Snowboard Club. She has studied, lived, worked and traveled far outside of Durham Region but feels very passionate about our community. Dianne shares that despite its reputation, Oshawa has incredibly beautiful outdoor spaces, diversity in programming and people and is continuing to grow and evolve.