Meet our Team

Our staff is dedicated to helping our clients remain in their homes and in our community for as long as possible.

Christine Sevigny
Executive Director

Inspired by the Anne Frank quote, “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single minute before starting to improve the world”. Christine, sees her role as CMOW’s Executive Director as a way to help improve the lives of members of our community. Having a deep commitment to the principles of access, equity and social justice for all, Christine is committed to ensuring that all CMOW programs and services are accessible to everyone, enabling them to live healthy, independent lives.
Christine has a Masters of Social Work and has worked for other great organizations, such as, COTA Health, Peel Committee Against Woman Abuse and Albion Neighbourhood Services amongst others over the last 25 years. Having lived and raised her family in Caledon since 2004, Christine feels honoured to be able to contribute to the vibrancy and activity of this great community.

Sarah Adeniran

Sarah enjoys helping small businesses with their bookkeeping and has been doing this form over 10 years within and outside Canada. She also co-founded and ran a day care centre before moving to Canada. She continues to volunteer for the Reading Program in her children’s school. When Sarah is not working or spending time with family and closer friends, she enjoys watching true story movies and reading articles on simple & natural living, financial discipline & parenting. Sarah believes random acts of kindness can make the world a better place and is happy to be a part of the team at CMOW and the Caledon community.

Erin Paisley
Operations Manager

Thirty years ago, Erin relocated to Caledon from the big city. The small town feel of Caledon was where she wanted to raise her family. Embracing the community, Erin became involved by volunteering in the schools, Sea Cadets and various sporting clubs. Wanting to dive even deep, 9 years ago, she ended up at Caledon Meals on Wheels. Erin has dedicated her time at CMOW to helping the residents gain access to nutritious food and support, and to help the agency grow with her passion for organization, process improvement and team leadership.

Tiana Taglione
Administrative Coordinator

Tiana started with CMOW as a summer student in 2017 and then joined the team in May of 2018 as a Coordinator.  She graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a BSc in Health Sciences. Her goal was to be able to find a career she enjoys while helping others, making Meals on Wheels a great fit. When Tiana is not at CMOW, she is usually baking treats to bring into the office, reading, or going out for coffee. One of her favorite quotes said by J.R.R. Tolkien is, “Even the smallest person can change the course of the future”.


Client and Volunteer Services

Kim Pridham
Client and Volunteer Services Supervisor

Kim started with Caledon Meals on Wheels as a volunteer driver in 2009 and loved what the agency brought to the community. Kim joined the CMOW team in 2011. Kim has a Bachelor of Arts from Guelph University and a Physio Therapist Assistant Diploma from Humber College. Kim is also certified, and trains CMOW volunteers, in the Canadian Center for Activity and Aging’s Tiered Exercise Program. Kim’s best days are those she spends helping others and she is happy to be able to do that as part of the CMOW team.

Chantal Wells
Volunteer Assistant

Chantal started as a volunteer driver for CMOW for 1.5 years before joining the team in September, 2017. She has a degree in Sociology from the University of Ottawa and is originally from Northern Ontario. Chantal has worked in many different fields, including working as a Residential Facilitator with adults who have acquired brain injuries and she has taught ESL in South Korea for 2 years. She continues to teach ESL online to French college students. Chantal enjoys travelling and camping with her family as well as hiking and skating with her 2 young boys. Chantal is very happy to be a part of the CMOW team!.

Maureen Chilko
Meal Services Coordinator
Scott MacNeil
Kitchen Coordinator and Cook

Scott MacNeil studied culinary arts at Niagara College. He favours simplicity and solid culinary technique, with a focus on supporting small scale local food producers and working with the seasonal bounty that Ontario offers. Scott has worked at the Riverbend Inn Niagara on the Lake, Jamie Kennedy Wine bar, Joy Bistro, and the Stop Community Food Centre. He was the Kitchen Coordinator/Chef at the Stop Community Food Centre for over 9 years.
Scott is trained in conflict resolution skills and in alternative dispute resolution approaches, including interest-based mediation. Scott strives to foster a positive and welcoming learning environment in his kitchen.

Meredith Taylor
Kitchen Assistant

Meredith has lived in Caledon for 21 years and has raised three children in the community. She has volunteered extensively for several Caledon schools as well as the Caledon Parent-Child Centre. Before coming to the Caledon Meals on Wheels kitchen, she ran the Fresh Lunch Program out of the Palgrave United Community Kitchen.

Eddy Cuff
Frozen Meal Delivery Driver

Eddy and his wife are long time residents of Bolton since 1984 raising their children. After deciding to retire as a steamfitter with Local 46 in 2016, he looked for new challenges. It was then he started as a volunteer driver for CMOW, delivering hot meals to clients throughout the Caledon countryside. Eddy joined the office staff in 2019 when a vacancy became available for a driver with the frozen food and grocery delivery programs. He finds it very rewarding by being a part of the CMOW team to serve our seniors and other in need within our community. We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. “Pay it Forward”


Social Health and Wellness Programs

Kathryn Mifsud
Seniors Program Supervisor

Kathryn Mifsud has been working with CMOW since 2014. As a long-time resident of the Bolton/Caledon area, and a huge supporter of the community, she has volunteered with numerous agencies in the last 30 years, including Caledon Heritage, Bolton Braves Baseball, Caledon Food Drive, Region of Peel and more. Kathryn has taught fitness for the Town, in addition to coaching her boys in baseball and managing more than a few of their hockey teams. She admits to having a soft spot for kids and seniors and enjoys working closely with them both. With a background in Legal, Planning and Business, Kathryn brings a varied skill set to her role as Program Coordinator with our Congregate Dining Program. Kathryn enjoys sports, gardening, golfing and cottage life, but mostly hanging out with her two teenage boys.

May Anne Reyes
Seniors Program Facilitator

Graduating school with a background in Social Service Work in the developing field of Gerontology, May Anne brings five years and continuing experience working with seniors. Having recognized her passion for working with the aging population right away she knew that it was an amazing field to pursue a profession in. May Anne brings her joy of healthy living to all her programs creating a fun environment for her program participants where she raises awareness of healthy habits and senior well-being. She is excited to be part of a truly wonderful and heart-warming opportunity and to be a part of the Caledon Meals on Wheels team! May Anne enjoys spending lots of time with her family and friends, hiking and doing judo–and is secretly known as the CMOW ninja!

Sylwia Mrowca-Migiel
Seniors Program Facilitator

Originally from Poland, Sylwia is very passionate about fitness and nutrition. She enjoys guiding and motivating others to improve their level of health and wellness. In her position as a Certified Senior Fitness Instructor and Program Coordinator, Sylwia loves bringing hope to her CMOW clients and making a difference in their lives.
Sylwia’s personal motto is, “If you love what you do, you don’t work a day in your life.

Maureen Marley
Seniors Program Facilitator

Previously, Maureen, has worked with the Alzheimer Association (Brampton) and with Peel Region LTC. Some may say that he has worked with Seniors all of my life. She grew up in a home with a grandfather who was one of the founding members of the United Senior Citizens of Ontario and Canada. By age 6, she learned how to answer the telephone and take messages, and as she grew to make tea to for the seniors who would gather in our living room for meetings until they got their own building. She have never underestimated the power of seniors having witnessed the growth and success of that organization.

Kristine Dejong
Seniors Program Facilitator
Dionne Reid
Program Assistant

Dionne has been a Personal Support Worker for the past 25 years, working in both long term and community settings.
She enjoys her job because she loves taking care of seniors, ensuring they are well taken care of and that they are satisfied.
Looking after seniors is her greatest pleasure.


Meals & Groceries Throughout
The Year


Seniors receiving Social & Wellness Checks & Visits


Safety Checks & Friendly Visits




Volunteer Hours

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