Gord Haugh is an independent Corporate Communications Consultant with clients in both government and the private sector. Gord has previously been Manager of Public Affairs for (then) The Canadian Manufacturers’ Association, Executive Director Communications for the WSIB, Communications Advisor to the Commissioner of the Inquiry into the Air Ontario Crash at Dryden, Ontario and a senior consultant with GPC Communications. Within government, he has been Chief of Staff to a number of ministers and communications advisor to others.
Gord and his Wife Shelley live in Gravenhurst, on the shores of Kahshe Lake. Gord is the Chairman of the Governing Council of the Order of St. George, a director of the Gravenhurst Curling Club, a Trustee of the Stan Darling Environmental Education Fund, and a Senator of Junior Chamber International.
Bruce is an active volunteer in his community of Gravenhurst. He is a Rotarian with the Gravenhurst Rotary; he is a Director with Gravenhurst Curling Club; he is the former Chair of the Downtown Revitalization Committee for the Town of Gravenhurst; and he currently holds, along with others, the designation of a Gravenhurst Ambassador.
He has served as a Director, and President of the Beaverton Thorah Homeowners Association, and as a Director, and Board Treasurer of the Ina Grafton Gage Home, a not for profit Long Term Care Facility in Toronto.
His educational background is from Ryerson University in Business Administration with a final year major in finance. He holds 2 Diplomas from the University of Windsor Law School in Conflict Resolution and advanced Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Bruce spent the last 10 years of his business career as a consultant to the United Church of Canada dealing with subjects such as governance, legal responsibilities of Trustees and Directors, Congregational amalgamations, Strategic Planning, Visioning, Fundraising and Stewardship, and Conflict Dispute Resolution.
His hobbies are golf, curling, bridge, canoeing and reading.
T. Lang Moffat B.A.Sc.(U of T), MBA (Harvard). Lang brings to the Board a wealth of business experience (now retired) and a life time of not-for-profit operational, volunteer and Board experience in a variety of fields including Regional Council Advisory Committees (Halton Region), United Ways (2 – Peel and Milton), United Church of Canada (Congregation, Presbytery, Conference and General Council), a founding Director of a 119 unit Seniors Apartment Residence and founding President of a neighbourhood Drop-in Centre. Lang is a resident of Campbellville and a lifetime seasonal resident in Muskoka. He is happily married and blessed with 4 adult children and 12 grandchildren.
Linda has been a resident of Muskoka for 31 years. For 20 years, she worked for Community Living South Muskoka in a management position supervising front line staff in the Vocational program. Linda and her family provided respite for the Family Home Program for many years and her two children have worked for CLSM in the past. Linda’s interests include travel, reading, personal fitness and she is involved in her church and sings in the choir.