Staff & Board of Directors
WKNC is made up of a hard-working, collaborative, and highly-skilled team that is passionate about making a difference.
If you wish to contact any of the staff at a given time, please refer to the main office number: 416-241-9898 during office hours and ask for the person you wish to reach. Feel free to email them if the matter isn’t urgent.
Housing Support Coordinator
(416) 241-9898, ex. 102
Drop-In Site Coordinator WKNC
Housing Support Assistant
Drop-In Site Coordinator MDNC
Community Support Worker
Board of Directors
Director in IT for Bell Canada. Barbara is part of the group that secured Mount Dennis Neighbourhood Centre funding. She has been actively involved in WKNC since 2014, serving as Treasurer, Vice-President, and currently President.
She volunteers at WKNC and is a member of several WKNC committees. Involved in resident groups, arts organizations, and employment and settlement services.
Fundraising Committee Chair
Eleni is a Doctoral Candidate in Gender, Feminist, and Women’s Studies at York University. She is also a part-time teacher and equity consultant. Her volunteer work at WKNC is focused on securing funding and grants that promote collaborative community projects and programs.
A retired employee of the Toronto District School Board. Since retiring, she has been actively involved in the community and activity involved with WKNC as a member of the board.
Lang’s personal mantra is “People Matter.” He is a founding member of WKNC. Lang served as the first President of the WKNC Board and has been on the Board for over 12 years. He volunteers at the drop-in on Tuesday evenings and is passionate about outreach and serving the community.
Well-known in the community. A long-time WKNC participant and a member of the Board. He assists the Weston BIA and does security for the Weston Farmer’s Market.
Thomas is an investment professional and financier. He has previous experience trading commodities and has worked at CIBC Capital Markets. Before that, he worked for a pension fund and in The Hague, Netherlands. Thomas’s professional work experience also includes time as a front-line community health worker. He serves on the board of directors for a non-profit promoting youth cycling.
A retired PSW after 19 years. Well known in the community and a long-time WKNC participant. She attended a cooking school and now volunteer’s her time in the WKNC kitchen.