Board of Directors
The Old School Board of Directors is made up of individuals who are passionate about improving the wellness of all ages. With expertise in their given fields, appreciation for the arts and most importantly kind hearts, their knowledge help to make informed decisions on what is best for the organization.
Becky Winsor is Chair of the Old School Board of Directors and brings a range of experiences as a past member of multiple university committees, nonprofits, and community groups. She is a proud mom and high school educator. She believes in a relationships first approach to teaching and learning and loves to incorporate hands-on and community connected learning into her work and life. Old School creates so many beautiful authentic learning experiences and she is happy to be a part of it.
Becky and her son, Cole
Cassandra Elliott is proud to serve as Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors for Old School Intergenerational Projects, bringing with her over 8 years of marketing experience in roles with Whelan Wellness, Expedia, Blackberry, and more. Outside of work, Cassandra is passionate about writing music, reading, being active, and traveling in her home province of Newfoundland and beyond. She lives in Avondale with her husband and pets.
Bio coming soon!
An award winning journalist with extensive experience covering all aspects of local news for 15+ years, Renell brings to the Board an unbiased understanding of current social and economic strengths and challenges, with a keen interest in understanding the goals and possibilities of community and human connection. After spending over a decade with VOCM radio, followed by two years in the non-profit sector, Renell is now a business reporter with allNewfoundlandLabrador. She lives in Pouch Cove with her husband, two boys and cat.
Director at Large
Having a background in Human Rights and Social Work, Megan Ford has been providing clinical oversight to adult care in both the private and nonprofit sectors for the past 10 years. She is a feminist and a lifelong volunteer in the Girl Guide movement. Being a member of the Provincial Advisory Committee on Aging and Seniors, Megan is passionate about senior care and is excited to provide that passion to Old School for many years to come.