Everilda began volunteering with the MADD Toronto Chapter in 2009. Everilda previously served on the Toronto Chapter Board of Directors as the Volunteer Coordinator from 2011-2013 after which time, she became Toronto Chapter President. Her interests include public awareness and various fundraising initiatives. Everilda is currently employed by the Toronto Police Service and works in the Strategy Management Unit after having completed a Master’s Degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy.
Jason has been a volunteer with the MADD Toronto Chapter since 2010 and joined the MADD Toronto Chapter Board of Directors as a Member at Large in January 2015. Jason was previously awarded the MADD Canada Victim bursary and currently sits on the MADD Canada Bursary selection committee. In 2001, Jason’s mother, Dorothy Weichel, was killed by an impaired driver. Volunteering with MADD was a helpful way for Jason to deal with his grief. In 2011, Jason helped create the Ryerson University student club Stop Impaired Driving Student Association, which remains active. Jason currently serves as the Chapter Secretary.
Jen joined the MADD Toronto Board of Directors as a Member at Large in July, 2014. She currently serves as the Chapter Treasurer and Fundraising Co-lead and had previously served as the Chapter Secretary from 2014-2016. Jen’s interests include policy development, fundraising, public awareness, and education. Jen is currently employed by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and has a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Administration.
Carolyn has been a volunteer with MADD Canada for over 20 years. She has held many roles in the organization including President of the MADD Toronto Chapter, President of MADD Canada from 1999 – 2001 and Chair of the National Board. Carolyn currently provides support to many victims in the Toronto area. She does many media interviews for MADD, she speaks to students at the TIPSY program, and to groups of impaired drivers at “The Missing You” and “Springboard” programs. She has received many awards for her volunteer work including a Governor General Caring Canadians Award, two Queen’s Jubilee Medals, Ministry of Transport Award for Road Safety, and MADD Canada’s Volunteer of the Year Award. Carolyn has been committed to MADD’s mission “To stop impaired driving and to support the victims of this violent crime” after the death of her eldest son Rob. Rob was killed by an Impaired driver almost 12 years to the day after his grandfather had also been killed by an impaired driver.
Leigh Rosar has returned to the Toronto Board for a second term as of September 2016 as Director of Marketing and Fundraising. With over 20 years of experience in the areas of Marketing, Strategic Planning, Corporate Partnerships and Sponsorships, Leigh is working with the board to develop an on-going sustainable strategic plan for the chapter to meet it’s marketing and funding needs. Leigh has spent the majority of her career in the shopping centre industry and is currently the Director of Retail Marketing and Specialty Leasing for Oxford Property Group; providing strategic direction and oversight to Oxfords Canadian Shopping Centre and Office Retail portfolio in the areas of marketing, speciality income, and retail innovation.
Jordan has been volunteering with MADD Toronto since 2015 and joined the board of directors as a Member at Large in June of 2018. He was previously awarded the MADD Canada Louise Twerdy Leadership Bursary in 2016 and has spoken to youth on behalf of MADD at the TIPSY program that takes place at St. Michael’s Hospital. In 2008, Jordan’s mother and grandmother were killed by an impaired driver. Volunteering with MADD and making an impact on youth has helped Jordan find some purpose and positivity from such a negative event.
Caroline joined the MADD Toronto Board of Directors in October 2018.With over 4 years of progressive leadership experience in the areas of talent acquisition/development/retention, risk mitigation, and strategic growth; Caroline aims to ensure sustainable growth for the Toronto chapter of MADD. Caroline is currently the Director & Head of Investigations, Financial Crimes at RBC; enhancing investigative processes and standards to continue departmental transformation to meet the increasing expectations of regulators.