Dialogue Volume 15 Issue 1 2019 - Page 18

FOR YOUR INFORMATION Council Welcomes New Public Members Hilary Alexander Christine Tebbutt The College is pleased to welcome Ms. Hilary Alexander, of Toronto, as a new public member to Council. The College is pleased to welcome Ms. Christine Tebbutt, of Mississauga, as a new public member of Council. Ms. Alexander was a volunteer for several years at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and continues to volunteer for the Arts and Letters Club of Toronto. Ms. Alexander will sit on the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee. Most recently, Ms. Tebbutt was a Chairperson of the Government of Canada’s Board of Referees Tribunal. She has also served on the Council for the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario. Ms. Tebbutt was also the Director of Education for Canadian Charities Association. Ms. Tebbutt has volunteered for more than 30 years, with such organizations as The Hospital for Sick Kids, Princess Margaret Hospital. She is co-founder of the Gatehouse. Ms. Tebbutt will sit on the Discipline and Fitness to Practise Committees. Are you receiving CPSO emails? The College uses email to communicate with you about important membership and regulatory updates. The College works on the assumption that our members receive all of our emails. It is the responsibility of each member to make sure we have your current contact information, updated within 30 days of a change, and to ensure that the organization you work for does not block CPSO emails. You are specifically required to provide us with a valid email address for communications from the College so that you do not miss important information which may affect you or your practice. Please note that this year, for the first time, the College will not send you notice of the annual renewal by mail so it essential that you are not unsubscribed. 18 DIALOGUE ISSUE 1, 2019 Ms. Alexander has a background in the financial services sector. She was an Account Executive at BMO Nesbitt Burns for more than 20 years, until her retirement in 2016. She also developed a food brokerage business.