2020-21 Board of Directors
Bradley Fedosoff - Chair
Senior Vice President, Enterprise Architecture and Data Management Governance, CIBC
Children's mental health is a very personal passion for me and my family, as we lost our daughter, Abby Fedosoff, to suicide at age 15. We are committed to ensuring parents, families, and children get the best support possible.
Adrienne DiPaolo - Vice-Chair
Partner, Torys LLP
I have had a strong affinity for The George Hull Centre for years, growing up in Etobicoke and working at a children's mental health organization throughout university. I continue to be amazed by the richness of the services that the Centre provides to youth and families and I am thrilled to be involved with such an incredible organization. I have always been passionate about children and this resonates even more now that we have our own young family.
Sandra Waechter - Secretary-Treasurer
I have heard many success stories about The George Hull Centre in serving both children and families and am delighted to be able to contribute to the effort of this highly effective and much needed organization.
Vice President, BentallGreenOak
I was introduced to the George Hull Centre roughly four years ago and recognized immediately that this is a grassroots organization that is making a very positive impact on children and families that take part in their mental health programs and services. I believe that children’s mental health is an underserved area and I’m passionate about helping the George Hull Centre in any way I can to better serve the children and families out there that need our support.
Senior Director, Business Growth and Partnerships, Cadillac Fairview
As someone who is passionate about access to wellness and education programs for youth, I am thrilled to serve on the George Hull Centre Board.
Private Equity Sponsor Coverage Group, Scotiabank
Investing in children is one of the most prudent investments we can make in the future of our communities and our society. My grandther, George Hull, was passionate about community and facilitating the success of our youth. I intend to assist The George Hull Centre in continuing to help children and families in our community for generations to come. By creating We Are George, the Centre's Young Leaders Group, we are engaging the next generation of volunteers for the Centre and breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health.
Partner, People Advisory Services - Reward, Ernst & Young, LLP
George Hull Centre is a remarkable organization making a real difference in the community and in the advancement of children’s mental health. I hope that my service on the Board will contribute to the success of the Centre and all those that it serves.
Joining the George Hull Centre Board is an exciting opportunity for me. I have just recently retired from 20 years at the Heart and Stroke Foundation and am eager to be involved with a dynamic organization doing really important work. I was once a child welfare and community development worker in the Jane/Finch area and I saw both the tremendous needs of children and families and the difference an organization can make for both individuals and the community. I feel a connection to The George Hull Centre because my dear friend Libby Ridgely was once the Executive Director.
Executive Director, Amici Camping Charity
Vice President, B-D Canada, Medical Procedural Solutions
I wanted to become involved with The George Hull Centre because, as a lifelong resident of Etobicoke, I wanted to contribute to my community in an impactful way. I believe that youth mental health is a huge underserved area and one of our most critical needs, and that organizations like ours are critical to our communities.
I have always felt passionately about helping children and families. Joining The George Hull Centre Board allows me to pursue my passion while giving back to an organization that has also helped my family.
Associate Vice President, Legal and Risk Management, Humber College
Having worked in health care for a number of years and having had the opportnity to work extensively with mental health programs and practitioners, I have seen the importance that mental health and wellness plays in creating an overall healthy society. This is especially apparent in the child and youth segment. I am excited to have the opportunity to serve The George Hull Centre, as the work done here is a key piece to the puzzle of child and youth wellness. As the father of a toddler in this community, it brings me great comfort to know that there is a resource like The George Hull Centre available, should we ever need its services.
Clinical Director, Complex Care & Recovery, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health