A native of Niagara Falls, this is Todd’s second year on the Board of Contact Niagara. Todd is the proud dad of Alana and Alex. He is a graduate of Queens’ University. Todd spent over 20 years as a school administrator with the DSBN. He has most recently retired from the Ontario Government where he was an Education Officer.
Conrad is a Training Standards Assessor for the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development. Prior to this, Conrad has 14 years of experience as a Casemanager for Ontario Works and the Ontario Disability Support Program and, experience as a Program and Quality Improvement Advisor. Conrad has previous board experience and many years of volunteer experience for a variety of causes in Niagara. He is a graduate of the University of Waterloo. Conrad is passionate about sports and a dedicated fan of the Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Father of three and a passionate member of Niagara’s business and cultural community Jordan Clark is also one of the regions top independently operating Realtor’s and franchise owner of RE/MAX Garden City at 135 Lake Street in St.Catharines. Jordan’s former career in Social Services, Non-Profit, and Fundraising with organizations such as the Heart & Stroke Foundation, YMCA of Niagara, Powerhouse Project, Niagara Region Senior Services, as well as the City of St.Catharines Recreation Department have been a great asset as a board member since joining in 2016.
Justin has been a Board member with Contact Niagara since 2015. Justin works as a financial services/investment representative and is a past Board member of the Canadian Mental Health Association, Niagara Branch. Justin is a passionate hockey enthusiast, holding many roles within the hockey community.
Nick is legal counsel with the Ontario Nurses’ Association. Nick was born and raised in St. Catharines and has been an active community volunteer throughout his life. While working with the Hamilton Community Legal Clinic, Nick wrote an extensive report on implementing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action within an office structure, and is passionate about ensuring equitable, culturally safe and competent services.
Tanja is Mi’kmaq, Beaver Clan, mother of three, grandma of 2. Tanja has been involved as a community helper serving Niagara’s Indigenous community for twenty years. Currently, Tanja is employed as a School Social Worker serving Indigenous students from K-12. In addition, Tanja is a NIHB service provider via her private practice. Tanja looks forward to contributing support to Contact Niagara with an Indigenous lens.