OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Angela Miller

Chair, Board of Directors

Angela joined the board in December 2011. For 35 years, Angela and her husband Martin have owned and operated Maypul Layn Farm, a Dairy and Cash Crop farm and vacation home in Milford. She has been very active in 4-H Ontario, serving on the board of directors and as President of her Regional Board. Also very involved at the local level, Angela has served as President, Past President, Treasurer, and Secretary for the Prince Edward County 4-H Association, as well as working with local youth as a club leader for 31 years. Angela has also served her local community through her church council and her children’s school council, and has been a member of the Agricultural Advisory Committee for The County of Prince Edward for the past 7 years. She is passionate about agriculture and the sustainable future of the small family farm.

Devon Jones

Vice Chair/Sec.-Treasurer of the Board, and Chair of the Finance & Planning Committee

Devon Jones has been a member of the Prince Edward County community for over 10 years, moving here permanently 2 years ago. She is an experienced legal counsel, corporate secretary and executive management team member, and was most recently chief legal counsel and secretary of a publicly traded Canadian Real Estate Investment Trust. With some 30 years involvement in the commercial real estate sector, she has provided guidance and direction to the Board of Trustees, and the senior executive team, including the corporate functions of investment, finance, human resources, IT, portfolio management, development, governance planning and risk mitigation and compliance. She is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association.

Sanda Latchford

Chair, Area Development Committee

Sandra became a member of the Board in May of 2014. She was born and raised on a dairy farm in Prince Edward County. After completing university, she moved with her husband to New Brunswick, where she worked for 30 years as a teacher, remedial reading specialist, diagnostician, disability specialist and university professor. During that time, Sandra was also heavily involved in professional organizations and non-profit/advocacy organizations. Sandra has received several provincial, national and international awards for her professional and volunteer work including the University of New Brunswick President’s Medal. Sandra retired and moved back to the County in 2005 and was elected as a municipal councillor in 2006 for a four year term. Sandra continues to be very active in the community, serving as the President of the PEC Chamber of Tourism & Commerce, the Board of Glenwood Cemetery Co., the Accessibility Advisory Committee (a Municipal Committee), the Mountain View Branch Women’s Institute, and the Friends of Ameliasburgh Historical Village and Museum. She also serves as Treasurer for Prince Edward Historical Society and the Prince Edward Stewardship Council, and is a member of the Rotary Club of Picton.

Hans Honegger

Design in Tamworth Ontario (www.bon-eco.com). Hans originated the “Local Motives” process, which focuses on community survival through the creation of regional vibrancy. Heritage Canada National Trust has adopted its tenants as the “Regeneration Program” to safeguard rural and cultural landscapes. Hans has degrees in Anthropology, Architecture and Restoration Architecture. His work experience includes the Canadian Inventory of Historic Building, Restoration Branch of Parks Canada; Faculty at School of Architecture, Carleton University; Project Manager, Parliamentary Precinct, Public Works Canada; and Co-director of Heritage Canada Foundation’s Main Street Program — a revitalization process for Canada’s small town Main Streets.

Jim Mason

Jim has been a member of the Board since May 2014. For over 30 years, Jim served as a professor at Queen’s University in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astrophysics, 12 years of which were served as an Associate Dean in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. He also held a cross-appointment in the Department of Psychology. As a Registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario from 1975 to 2008, Jim has acted as a consultant in the areas of electronics, communications, security and engineering education in a variety of countries including Trinidad, New Zealand, Australia, England, the USA and Canada. Jim has participated on several volunteer boards for local non-profit organizations including QUESSI (2002-present, President), Queen’s University Club (2002-2006, President) and the Kingston Humane Society (2003, co Vice-president). For the past several years, he has been an active participant in the St. John’s Ambulance Therapy Dog Program and, along with his two certified therapy dogs, visits institutions in the Kingston and Huntsville areas.

Scott Lavender

Scott joined the Board in early summer of 2017.  Scott was born and raised in Prince Edward County.  After graduating from Prince Edward Collegiate Institute, he received an Honours Degree in Administrative Studies from Thrent University in 1993, and immediately started his professional career with Investors Group Financial Services.  Scott is a Certified Financial Planner and a Registered Retirement consultant.  He currently manages over $50 million in Investment Assets for over 250 familiies and businesses in the greater Quinte Area.  Scott and his wife Wendy reside in Bloomfield and are the proud parents of three very active boys.  Scott has always been involved in his community.  He has served as Past President of the Rotary Club of Picton, where he has been a member for over 15 years.  He is also a Past President and current Board Member for the Prince Edward County Minor Hockey Association, and continues to coach numerous local youth sports teams.  Scott is a proud alumnus of the Wellington Dukes, and officiated both Junior and University Hockey for 20 years with the Ontario Hockey Association.


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