Since moving to Kingston in 2002, Tina has fallen in love with the city and now considers Kingston home. A life-long volunteer who is passionate about making a difference in her community, Tina joined the Community Foundation as its Executive Director on May 1, 2013.
Tina is also an active Rotarian as a member of the Kingston Waterfront Club and, as an avid dog lover, she can often be seen in and out of the office with her lab-husky cross Tikka.
Finance and Operations Coordinator
Andrew grew up in Kingston and starting working from a young age at his family’s flower shop. His educational background includes an Advanced Accounting Diploma from St. Lawrence College and a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Laurentian University (via SLC). He has also completed certificates in board governance.
During his time at SLC, he was elected to the Student Association Board of Directors and developed a passion for student advocacy and student affairs at SLC. Afterwards he became Manager of Student Affairs which included monitoring the SA’s budget and finances, supporting students clubs & organizations, and advocating on behalf of students on numerous committees. He also served a term as a director on the St. Lawrence College Board of Governors. Andrew is currently the treasurer with the St. Lawrence Youth Association.
After a few years in working for a private company, Andrew is excited to be back in the not-for-profit sector. In his spare time Andrew enjoys curling, photography, camping, hiking, kayaking, and geocaching.
She is passionate about ensuring the sustainability of the charitable sector by strengthening partnerships and collaborations, exploring innovation and building relationships with unlikely partners.
Penny relocated to Kingston in 2015 with her husband and two children. She lives in the east end with extended family and her collection of animal rescues.
Over the years, Kathy worked for both for-profit companies and non-profit organizations. She started her working career while in high school working for Bank of Montreal. She then worked at a Junior Achievement in Canada office and subsequently promoted to Junior Achievement Worldwide. While at Junior Achievement she implemented education programs into schools, managed volunteers, and organized international student events in Canada, USA, and overseas. In 2006 Kathy was awarded the Junior Achievement Worldwide Innovation Award for globally expanding one of the education programs.
Kathy is currently a Director with the Kingston Waterfront Rotary Club and oversees community service projects with her club.