At the November 15 meeting of the Loyalist College Board of Governors, Chair Bob Forder introduced new Governors Pam Jolliffe, Jennifer May-Anderson, Kevin Narraway, Jacinta Obasohan, and Lisa Sinclair.
Pam Jolliffe is the Principal of P. Jolliffe & Associates. During her 30-year career, she served as Interim Executive Director with Food Banks Canada; President and CEO of Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada/Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada Foundation; Executive Director of Fred Victor Centre; and as the Director of Planning and of Adult Services at West Neighbourhood House (formerly St. Christopher House). Ms. Jolliffe received a Bachelor of Arts Honours from York University and a Master of Education (Counselling Psychology) from the University of Toronto. 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).
Jennifer May-Anderson is the Executive Director of Hospice Quinte, responsible for leadership and management; communications and public relations; fund development and marketing; Board support; and governance. Previously, Ms. May-Anderson served as Communications Manager for Quinte Conservation from 2008–2017; Operations Supervisor with B-Line Distribution Services Inc.; Dispatcher with Kingsway Transport; Systems and Procedures Coordinator with Meyers Transport; and Dispatcher with International Truckload Services. A 1996 Loyalist Broadcast Journalism graduate, Ms. May-Anderson is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Professional Arts in Communication Studies through Athabasca University.
Kevin Narraway is the Manager, Marketing and Tourism for the Municipality of Port Hope. Prior to joining the Municipality in 2015, he served as Business Development Officer for the Town of Cobourg. In this role, Mr. Narraway played a leadership role in the Downtown Vitalization Plan, focused on revitalizing the business district, and developing a manufacturing attraction strategy. Previously, in Toronto, he was a Consultant with Fanfare Concepts; and an Account Director with Collective Marketing & Advertising and Echo Advertising. Mr. Narraway has earned a Journalism diploma from Durham College, a Business Writing certificate from the Institute of Canadian Advertisers, and a Personal Trainer – CanFitPro certificate from Ryerson University.
Jacinta Obasohan, a second-year Customs Border Services student, was elected by Loyalist students to serve on the Board of Governors for the 2018–2019 term. Following her graduation from the Pearson Adult and Career Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Ms. Obasohan enrolled in the Nursing program offered by Dawson College. Volunteerism is very important to Ms. Obasohan, who has been involved with many different volunteer opportunities. While attending Dawson College, Ms. Obasohan volunteered at various hospitals and Maimonides Geriatric Care in Montreal. Since joining Loyalist, she has supported the Quinte Regional Science and Technology Fair and has volunteered at Quinte Immigration Services. Relevant to her program and future career, Ms. Obasohan volunteers at the York Regional Police as crowd control support.
Lisa Sinclair was elected by the College’s Administrative constituency members as the Administrative member on the Board for a three-year term. She joined Loyalist in 2012 as Administrative Project Coordinator for the College’s Program Quality Assurance Process Audit. Previously, Ms. Sinclair worked at The Solski Group as Marketing Coordinator and Executive Assistant; Assistant Editor with The Medical Post; Production Manager (Healthcare and Financial) at Rogers Publishing; and Production Coordinator and Editorial Secretary with Ontario OUT of DOORS magazine. A 2001 Loyalist Print Journalism graduate, she is working towards a Bachelor of Professional Arts in Communication Studies from Athabasca University. Since 2011, Ms. Sinclair has supported Volunteer & Information Quinte as a choreographer in Dancing with the Stars Quinte.
(From Loyalist College)