http://www.southhouseexchange.ca/who/magda/ Magda Seydegart is a founding partner in South House Exchange. She specializes in human rights, professional development and institution-building. Over more than 30 years she has established herself as one of Canada’s authorities on human rights policy, programming and education. From 1981 to 1993, she served as Executive Director of the Human Rights Research
A social worker, is Vice-President of ERIN Research Inc. which she co-founded in 1981. ERIN Research is a management consulting research firm that specializes in quantitative and qualitative research. Kasia has gained recognition for her diagnostic, analytical, and communication skills, and for innovative solutions to service delivery, media, and strategic issues. She has a strong
Ward Strickland: His son has a band that does very, very well in Europe and Japan.
Management Consultant Graduated University of Toronto and went on to work for the City of Toronto Department of Parks and Recreation in the Recreation division. Managed Community Centres, Rinks, Pools and Playgrounds. Retired from the City. Retirement didn’t last. Moved to the private sector as a Corporate Vice President at Pizza Pizza in charge of
Judy Gaal: I also came across a name I recognized as a classmate, Dr. Ann Sirek. It was in a medical magazine talking about her career as an endocrinologist (in Kitchener, Ont.) from which she had retired and was now pursuing a PhD in medical ethics.
Retired Investment Banker Toronto; CA, BASc at UofT From Nelson: After earning degrees in engineering and accounting, Nelson followed his nose and frittered away the remainder of his second decade trying to be a film producer. Fortunately for him, he finally saw the light and became an investment banker (possibly his true calling), eventually helping
From Wikipedia: Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, he graduated in medicine from the University of Toronto. He served his internship at Toronto General Hospital and following post-graduate work at the London Hospital, he accepted a permanent position on the staff of the Department of Physiology at Cambridge University, England. In January 1941, he was appointed Director
After graduating from U of T with a degree in modern history, Don’s first job was as Executive Director of the Ontario Tennis Association. He spent three years there before moving on to become Director of Tennis at Cobblestone Courts, an indoor / outdoor facility in Mississauga. At Cobblestone Don created the first junior training
Brother of Ward. Died Dec 5, 1970 by suicide. He was a great guy and was greatly missed by all his friends. From Ward Strickland: Related to great-great aunts Susanna Moodie and Catharine Parr Traill of pioneer fame. Also Col. Sam Strickland, his great-great-grandfather who emigrated Canada in 1825, founded Lakefield, Ont. and became a
Retired Insurance Broker, Ottawa B.A., C.I.P., C.C.I.B., brother of John, related to Moodie/C-P Traill. Ward attended Whitney P.S in Toronto, Ashbury College in Ottawa and Jarvis C. I. in Toronto. Following graduation from Jarvis, Ward attended The University of Western Ontario in London and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Economics). Ward joined Binks Insurance