Our Board & Leadership Team
The Maltby Centre’s volunteer Board of Directors has a broad range of skills and experience. Board members are elected at the Annual General Meeting and meet ten times per year.
Board of Directors
Lynlee George comes to Maltby Centre with significant Board and committee experience. She is currently the Chair of the Workplace Fundraising Campaign for the United Way and was a member of the Grants Committee at the Community Foundation of Kingston & Area from 2012-2016, and the director of the Sunnyside Children’s Foundation Board of Directors from 2007-2012. Lynlee is also working towards her CPA designation while maintaining her day job as Manager at Withey Addison LLP.
Rick Anderson joined the Board in December 2017. Rick holds a MSW with a specialization in policy analysis and is currently a doctoral candidate at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. Rick recently moved back to the Kingston area from the Niagara Region where he was the Director of Student Services at Niagara College; he currently holds the Director of Student Services position at St. Lawrence College. Rick’s previous Board experience includes working with Pathstone Mental Health in the Niagara Region.
Sheila Kingston started her own underwriting consulting business 2.5 years ago after a nearly 40 year career in the life insurance business. She has been a member of the United Way Cabinet as a Leadership Giving representative and currently is on the Retiree committee. In addition, Sheila is a member of the Board of Directors for CAA Club Group and serves on the Audit / Risk and Human Resources committees. Sheila was appointed to the Maltby Board of Directors in December 2017 She believes strongly in providing support for families who need help and in the work that Maltby does in the community.
Glenda Christou has been an active Board member since 2015. She holds a Masters in Education in Exceptional Learners from the University of New Brunswick, and she has worked at the Ontario Institute of Child Study (OISE), Centre for Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto, Health and Education Research Group (HERG) at the University of New Brunswick, and the Social Program Evaluation Group (SPEG) at Queen’s University. Currently, Glenda is striving to complete her Ph.D. at Queen’s University with the aim of supporting teachers' mental health literacy and social- emotional learning beliefs in relation to decision-making about children with mental health problems.
Beth ten Hove joined the Board in 2010 and currently serves as its chair. She is an occupational therapist by trade and has lectured in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen’s University, as well as worked as a therapist within the Department of Child & Family Psychiatry at Hotel Dieu Hospital. Beth retired from her work as an OT in 2005 to pursue her passion for painting. She is now a full-time professional artist and community arts advocate/educator. Beth is passionate about building healthy communities, and she actively supports initiatives of the KFL&A United Way and the Kingston Community Foundation.
Mimi Clancey joined the Maltby Centre as a Director in 2015. She is a retired vice- principal with the Limestone Board of Education and today acts as Associate Director of the Centreville Agricultural Society. Mimi has served on the Boards for Lennox & Addington Resources for Children (LARC) and Hospice Kingston, and she was also a member of the Trillium Grant Review Team.
Christine Herron recently retired from the Limestone District School Board as the Educational Services and Safe Schools Liaison Coordinator after a 34-year career. In her previous role with the Limestone DSB, she interacted with and worked alongside many staff and administrators of Pathways (now Maltby Centre) and saw first-hand the strengths of the Pathways agency. This experience is the primary reason Christine sought a position on the Maltby Centre Board following her retirement.
Suzanne joined the Board in May 2018. Suzanne comes to the Board with over 30 years of experience working for agencies serving vulnerable children, youth and their families. As the Executive Director of the Children's Aid Society of the County of Lanark and the Town of Smiths Falls she endeavored to build a strong network of partners to ensure that integrated and comprehensive services were provided.Since her formal retirement she has been a consultant to and a volunteer in a wide range local and provincial organizations.
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