Greetings from Us!

We have a very special greeting for you. We want you to know how HAPPY we are to be your Executive and to help Ontario’s Public Educators push the envelope of public education excellence.

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OFLSE Executive 2017-2018:

Chairperson* —————————- Kevin Vaughan
Vice Chairperson* ——————— Samantha Hoffmann
Secretary** —————————— Shanyn Godward
Director 1* – Communications —— Tanya Bettridge
Director 2** – Membership ———– Vacant
Director 3* – Spring Conference — Gillian Boyd
Director 4** – Fall Conference —— Jennifer Delaney

* 2-year term, elected during odd-numbered years
** 2-year term, elected during even-numbered years

OFLSE Executive Roles:

  • Chairperson – OFLSE lead on the joint PE/FP/OAFC Education and Prevention plus other committees; all executive members report to the Chair with collaboration among all
  • Vice Chairperson – Alternate Chair in case of absence; responsible for Committee work; representative on Joint PE/FP/OAFC Education and Prevention plus other committees
  • Secretary – Responsible for elections, correspondence and other assigned tasks; representative on Joint PE/FP/OAFC Education and Prevention plus other committees
  • Director 1: Communications – responsible for mass emails, social media, website maintenance, resource development and other assigned tasks
  • Director 2: Membership – responsible for member & training registration, membership database maintenance, email list maintenance and other assigned tasks
  • Director 3: Spring conference and other assigned tasks; liaise with OAFC for the conference & trade show
  • Director 4: Fall conference and other assigned tasks; OFLSE representative on OFC/OFLSE/OMFPOA Fall Conference Committee
Terms for all Executive members will be two (2) years, with elections being held in alternating years.

Past Chairpersons:

We express sincere gratitude to those that have been our fearless leaders, motivating the Executive to push the envelope of public education excellence in Ontario and to best serve the needs of public educators across the province.
  • David Blizzard, Markham Fire & Emergency Services
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