Women in Leadership Panel
Date: May 24, 2023
Location: Masonic Lodge Consecon
Tickets: $10 for non-members, free for members (can pay by eft or cash)
Please join the members of BPW Hastings & Prince Edward at our First Women’s Leadership Panel
Find out how to serve your community, develop leadership skills, and advance your career by becoming a member of a board. Boards are an important part of our community. The boards of many non-profits, charities, government agencies, and municipal committees make important decisions that are strategic and significant about services provided locally, provincially, and nationally. Members of boards make decisions on behalf of stakeholders, constituents, and members.
BPW Hastings and Prince Edward is bringing together four local women with board service experience to share their journey and offer guidance on how you can become a leader in your community by serving on a board.
Get answers to your questions such as:
– How do you get on a board?
– What kind of a commitment does board service provide?
– What organizations are run by boards?
– What experience do I need to serve on a board
Hospice Quinte Board of Directors
Susan Barberstock is the Director of Community Wellbeing for Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. Susan has spent her career working with the urban Indigenous population and the on-reserve population. She has also been involved with youth sports in many capacities: participant, coach, manager, spectator, and parent. Susan joined the Hospice Quinte board in 2018 and was elected Secretary in 2022.
Loyalist College Board of Governors
Pam Jolliffe is a seasoned executive with over 30 years of demonstrated leadership experience in the non-profit sector. She has served on several non-profit boards, including St. Michael’s Hospital, the Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association, and the Centre for Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH).
American Hockey League Board of Governors
Breanne Matthews is the Senior Vice President of the Belleville Senators Hockey Club and sits on the board of directors for Hospice Quinte and a number of local committees including United Way, Loyalist College, and the YMCA Strong Communities Program.
Association of Fundraising Professionals of South Eastern Ontario Board Member and Chair of the Government Relations Committee
Sandi Ramsay has a long career history in the Bay of Quinte region including media outlets, Loyalist College, Lower Trent Conservation and now as the Community Investment and Marketing Manager at Hospice Quinte. She has served for several years on the board of the Trenton Rotary Club and is also a board member of the Belleville Chamber of Commerce.”