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The Canadian Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity’s Board of Directors is made up of volunteers who serve as the administrative body of the organization. Board members hold their roles for 2-year terms, which can be negotiated within the bylaws parameters. The Board of Directors is responsible for exercising accountability, and being responsible to stakeholders and the communities we serve.

Calla Barnett

Calla Barnett

President

She/Her/Hers

Joined 2016

Reilly Vamplew

Reilly Vamplew

Vice President

He/Him/His

Lane Lamb

Lane Lamb

Treasurer

They/Them/Theirs

Joined 2020

Alex Eliot

Alex Eliot

Secretary

They/Them/Theirs

 Joined 2019

Kaitlin Geiger-Bardswich

Kaitlin Geiger-Bardswich

Member

She/Her/Hers

Joined 2018

Jennifer Chow

Jennifer Chow

Member

She/Her/Hers

Joined 2020

Shelley Rabinovitch

Shelley Rabinovitch

Member

She/Her/His

transparency

The CCGSD is forever evolving.  As part our values of transparency and openness, you will find links to our current governing document, and a number of new draft policies & procedures being developed by the CCGSD Board of directors that are currently being reviewed and tested by CCGSD Staff to ensure completeness and validity to the ongoing support of our Goals and Programs. These working documents are published in the spirit of openness and inclusion.  Should you have any questions please feel free to contact the Board (board@ccgsd-ccdgs.org) or the Executive Director (debbie@ccgsd-ccdgs.org) at any time.

Please note that the previously approved volunteer screening policy as been folded into the new Human Resources Policy and that we have made changes to the Duty of Care Policy based on feedback from staff and the community.

Commitment To BIPOC Communities

An open letter and apology on behalf of previous events regarding the BIPOC communities and CCGSD. 

 

To the Black and Indigenous People, and People of Colour Harmed by CCGSD, We are writing to apologize to you and to make commitments about how we will move forward. In the long history of CCGSD, and as recently as this year, it is clear to us that Black people, Indigenous people and People of Colour have been caused harm by CCGSD. Today, we write this letter….

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