We have 5 wonderful volunteers on our Board of Directors.
|Dawn Thomas-Cameron, President – Inspired by Prairie School for Union Women in 2014, Dawn decided she wanted to set up a non-profit daycare in Regina. With the help of her spouse, Jason, she is making it happen.Dawn holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Saskatchewan. She has been employed at SaskTel for 11 years. Her daughter, Brandi, is 20 years old; and her sons, Damian, is 6 years old and Tristan, 6 months old. Quality daycare has been a challenge – both in Saskatoon and in Regina. When you find a good spot, hold on it it for dear life.Dawn is currently in Toastmasters and is establishing the daycare as a High Performance Leadership Project.|
|Jason Cameron, Treasurer, holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Calgary. He is currently a stay-at-home dad, taking care of Damian and tending the house. Jason has experience with the “DI” – the largest non-profit shelter in North America. He also has some experience with daycares working in before and after school programs and the 3-5 year old group. In the past, he has designed Kindergarten programs for daycares. He will be assisting with the curriculum development as one of his roles on the Board.|
|Tom Blair – Tom is a fellow Toastmaster. He is employed at FCC (Farm Credit Canada). He has a couple of kids over the age of 7. He is also married.|
|Lindsay Gatzke – Lindsay has worked as a Clerical Associate at SaskTel since September 2009.Lindsay has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Information Systems from DeVry Institute of Technology in Calgary. Lindsay is Mom to a busy 4-year old daughter who keeps Mom & Dad on their toes!Lindsay loves to be creative – some favourite pastimes include scrapbooking, baking and cake/cupcake decorating. Some day Lindsay would love to open her own Cupcake Bakery!|
|Alex Deacon – Alex is a fellow Toastmaster. Ask him how to survive a WASP (White, Anglo Saxon Protestant) Wedding. His reply will keep you laughing. He is also a lawyer. We hope he will contribute his legal expertise (and humour) to the Board.|