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Roger Bartlett


Roger has worked for many organizations as both a Controller and as a Professional Consultant, managing their financial health and advising them on business and technology planning, tax preparation, auditing, payroll, capital budgeting, and financial forecasting. Roger is a CMA and has a Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University.

Nicole Kelly


Nicole is thrilled to have the opportunity to give back to the community where she lived and learned throughout her youth. A long-time resident of Oakville, Nicole only recently moved to Toronto to be closer to her work in the energy sector. She hopes that Oakville youth will find that being engaged and connected to their community helps them in their personal growth and that they will continue to enjoy lifelong involvement in their community. Having worked with organizations, such as Community Living that benefit from the assistance of the community, Nicole appreciates first-hand how valuable the experience is, for both the volunteer and the beneficiary. Nicole is a graduate of Brock University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

Lee Hartwell


Lee has held a variety of financial and general management positions in various public companies and has worked in Europe and the U.S. in addition to his considerable experience here in Canada. He has also sat on a number of not for profit boards and in addition to his work with CYAN he is currently a board member and treasurer of H.E.N., (Halton Environmental Network). Lee is a member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountant and his work with CYAN is a desire to give back in the community in which he lives.

Chris Alexiou


Chris worked for 35 years as a teacher and elementary school principal in Oakville with the Halton District School Board. Through his work as a school leader he has developed programs that aimed to promote positive cultures that support the personal and academic development of students by providing leadership experience, giving students a voice, providing opportunities for all to make a contribution to their school and greater community in a safe environment.  He has been involved coaching boys and girls soccer, baseball and basketball. His work with CYAN allows him to continue to contribute to the community and help our youth be the "best they can be."

Brian Gardiner


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