Office Phone: (613) 546-9696
Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Stacy G Kelly (he/him)
(613) 546-9696, Ext 102
Stacy joined the CFKA team in August 2022, bringing expertise in philanthropic strategy and charitable operations, campaign management, annual giving, major giving, corporate and community engagement, and volunteer management.
Born in Ottawa, Stacy grew up in the Outaouais region of Quebec. He earned a BA (Hons.) in Philosophy from Queen’s University in 1996, and was Manager at Trailhead Kingston (1996-2000). He then progressed though various roles at Queen’s, where he was Admissions & Recruitment Officer in the Office of the Registrar (2000-2003), Program Manager at Smith School of Business (2003-2006), Advancement Officer at Smith School of Business (2006-2008), and Senior Campaign Officer in the Office of Advancement (2008–2010). Relocating to Toronto in 2011, Stacy progressed through management roles in advancement at OCAD University, where he was Manager, Alumni Relations (2011-2013), Senior Manager, Alumni Relations & Annual Giving (2013), and Associate Director, Campaign (2013-2017). Stacy was then recruited to City of Toronto agency The 519, Canada’s largest and most prominent 2SLGBTQ community centre and service provider, where he served as Director, Philanthropy (2017-2022).
Devoted to community service, Stacy has served as a director of Aylmer Youth Theatre, Kingston Student Housing Cooperative, Queen’s ASUS Camps, Progressive Independent Community Press, Queen’s University Association for Queer Employees, Drop-in Centre Kingston, Inc, and Queen’s University Alumni Association. Currently, Stacy is co-founder and President of the Queen’s Queer Alumni Chapter, and is a mentor with the Dunin-Deshpande Queen’s Innovation Centre.
Stacy has been recognized with an Ontario Volunteer Service Award from the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration (2017) and the Herbert J. Hamilton Volunteer Service Award from the Queen’s University Alumni Association (2019). Stacy lives in Kingston with his husband, Mark Julien, who is a writer and illustrator.
Andrew Oosterman Andrew joined the CFKA team in August 2018. He grew up in Kingston and started 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 also currently serves a Treasurer on the Board of Directors at 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.
Manager, Finance & Operations
(613) 546-9696, Ext 103
Andrew joined the CFKA team in August 2018. He grew up in Kingston and started 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 also currently serves a Treasurer on the Board of Directors at 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.
Bridget Glassco, M.Sc.
ARC Project Manager
Adverse Childhood Experiences & Resilience Coalition (ARC) KFL&A
613-546-9696 Ext 107
Bridget joined the CFKA team in November 2022. Previously at KEYS Employment & Newcomer Services, she was Rise Business Advisor, supporting entrepreneurs in the Kingston area who identify as having a history of mental health or addiction challenges.
Bridget was also Mentorship Partnership Coordinator at KEYS, where she co-created and launched a new program matching skilled newcomers with local professionals for mentoring and networking purposes. She facilitated workshops, marketed the program, and recruited volunteers and community supporters. Her first role at KEYS was Program Coordinator, Professional Internship for Newcomers, where she co-created and launched an innovative program combining paid internships for skilled newcomers and workplace mentoring and intercultural intelligence training.
As Program Manager: Eastern Canada for Best Buddies in Toronto, Bridget supported volunteers within Best Buddies chapters in Eastern Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic provinces to facilitate friendships with students and people with intellectual disabilities.
As the Dissemination Project Coordinator with L’Abri en Ville in Montreal, she coordinated the committee responsible for disseminating the L’Abri en Ville model of community-supported housing for people with mental illness, creating new grassroots organizations in Ontario and Quebec and supported these groups once they were established.
Bridget earned a BA Honours in English and a Graduate Diploma in Community Economic Development from Concordia University, and a Master of Science in Evidence Based Social Intervention from University of Oxford.
Mary Rita Holland (she/her), Ph.D.
Older Adults Connecting & Belonging Project Manager
(613) 546-9696, Ext 108
Mary Rita's Bio
Mary Rita joined the CFKA team in April 2023. A Research Associate at the Trent Centre for Aging and Society, Mary Rita is also a Teaching Adjunct at Queen’s School of Kinesiology and Health Studies and the Department of Political Studies. She has been recognized with a Champion for Mental Health award.
From 2014-2022, Mary Rita served as a City Councillor for Kingscourt-Rideau district. Her notable public roles with the City included serving as Deputy Mayor (2015, 2016, 2018, 2019), Co-chair, Mayor’s Task Force on Housing (2019-2020), and as Member, Housing and Homelessness Advisory Committee (2018-2020). She served as a director on the boards at Kingston Access Services (2018-2022), KFL&A Public Health (2016-2022) and Cataraqui Creek Conservation Authority (2021).
Prior to her various public service roles, Mary Rita was Job Developer at KEYS Job Centre and Employment Consultant at ReStart.
Mary Rita earned a Bachelor of Arts at University of New Brunswick, and a Master of Arts (History), Master of Public Administration, and PhD (Kinesiology and Health Studies) from Queen’s University.
Her doctoral thesis focused on seniors living with chronic illness and disability in rural areas of New Brunswick. Her findings were subsequently published in the international journal, Health & Place.
Suha Osman (she/her), M.I.P.P.
Donor Services Officer
(613) 546-9696, Ext 104
Suha joined the CFKA team in May 2023. The valedictorian of her graduating class at Regiopolis Notre-Dame, Suha received a Kingston Community Credit Union Academic Scholarship and an Entrance Scholarship at Wilfrid Laurier University, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Global Studies and Political Science. She subsequently received a Graduate Fellowship at Balsillie School of International Affairs and earned her Master of International Public Policy, with a specialization in International Economic Relations.
Suha’s most recent role has been Program Assistant at International Students Overcoming War (ISOW), where she led pre-and post-scholarship processes by facilitating Canadian Study Permit application for scholars by drafting letters for Members of Parliament and Laurier for Visa acquisition, scheduling out-of-country travel for biometrics and medical examination, and working with international organizations such as Windle Trust to ensure travel arrangements and process payments. She also developed and executed a fundraising strategy to expand the ISOW Scholarship to Sub-Saharan African students by working on strategies with Islamic Relief Canada, Mosques, and Islamic schools as well as the Somali community in Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge. Suha also produced and directed a documentary centred on student leadership.
Suha was previously Administrative Assistant at Service Laurier, and facilitated data entry, safeguarding confidential information, guiding students to proper resources, and organizing documents; and provided professional customer service to individuals with inquiries.
A dedicated volunteer, Suha was Service Administrator for Mike Morrice, Member of Parliament for Kitchener Centre Office; Vice President of Global Studies Student Association (GSSA), and Primary Organizer of the #IAMSUDAN campaign to raise awareness about the 2019 Sudanese revolution as well as collecting donations for War Child. Suha also currently serves on the Board of Directors for H’art Centre.
Alyce Soulodre (she/her), Ph.D.
(613) 546-9696, Ext 105
Alyce joined the CFKA team in March 2023. She is passionate about working in the non-profit sector. She brings to CFKA a strong record of community engagement, customer service, research, and teaching.
Alyce earned a B.A. Honours in English Language & Literature and Women’s Studies and M.A. in English from Brock University, and recently completed her PhD in English at Queen’s University. She was Research Assistant and Database Compiler at Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange. In addition, she was Venue Host and Administrative Assistant at SKETCH Working Arts—a Toronto community arts enterprise engaging diverse young people ages 16-29 from across Canada who live homeless or on the margins and navigate poverty—where she performed administrative and events coordination roles, while also compiling vital research on LGBTQ youth homelessness in Toronto.
Committed to social justice, Alyce was Student Liaison Officer for Brock University Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies, and Equity-Seeking Groups Coordinator at Brock Student Justice Centre. She also served as Administrative Coordinator and later Director of External Affairs for Brock Pride at Brock University. Alyce served as Editor of The Lamp, a peer-reviewed international literary journal based at Queen’s that publishes submissions from graduate and professional students.
Alyce currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Kingston Arts Council and Union Gallery at Queen’s University.