Meet our Board
Pina Marino, President
Pina Marino has a background in psychometry and counselling (private practice) and is presently the program coordinator for a victim services agency. She is a CISM trained crisis responder and a member in good standing of the College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers of Ontario.She resides in Bolton with her family.
Carlos Frewin, Vice President
Carlos has worked in human resources development and project management for the past 40 years. His experience includes the private sector and education at the college and university level. Now retired, Carlos is enjoying the opportunity to be more active in the community and contribute to the urgent need for elder care. He is also a member of the Headwaters Hospital Quality Committee.
Sandra Sharpe, Secretary
Sandra Sharpe is an avid storyteller and has had many opportunities to share stories as a Leader and Member of Toastmasters International since 2007. Through Toastmasters she has held several leadership roles including Area Director, Club Mentor, and Club Sponsor.Sandra has led and presented several conference workshops on leadership and given talks on the value of mentorship.Sandra is an alumnus of the University of Toronto for Continuing Studies and has her Certificate in Communications for Professionals. Sandra was also educated at the University of Waterloo for Basic/Advanced Mediation and Conflict Management and then as a Trained Facilitator from the Canadian Management Centre in Ottawa. She has 24 years of experience in the Ontario Municipal Public Service, 9 years in municipal taxation, and the past 15 years supporting and advising heads of Council.Presently, she is currently serving the residents of Caledon in her role as Executive Assistant to Mayor Allan Thompson, and is looking forward to her role as a newly elected Board Member to CMOW.
Ken Graydon, Director
Ken was the president (now retired) of two national not-for-profit trade associations in the Canadian auto industry.
He was also a senior executive with two national agricultural trade associations and has extensive experience in government relations.He not only organized national and international conventions but was also a former CBC broadcaster, editor, and governor with George Brown College.He has been a board member of the Toronto Amadeus Choir, Caledon Hospice, chair of Bolton Presbyterian Church and Canadian Society of Association Executives.He is the founding director of Automotive Business School of Canada (Georgian College) and has been a Caledon resident for 48 years. He is also a pianist, organist, and choir director who is involved in local and other concerts.