- Trevor Lee
Trevor Lee, Chief Executive Officer: Trevor was appointed to this position in 1999, having worked for The Elliott Community in the capacity of Chief Financial Officer. Prior to joining The Elliott Community, Trevor worked for the public accounting firm of Deloitte & Touche, Chartered Accountants. Trevor has made a commitment to serving both the needs of his community as well as the health care sector in the following capacities:
- Current Treasurer, Rotary Club of Guelph
- Current Chair of the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority’s Stakeholder Advisory Council
- Past-Treasurer of the Victorian Order of Nurses Guelph-Wellington-Dufferin
- Past-Treasurer of the Navy League of Canada – Guelph Branch
- Fundraising Campaigns for the United Way, Partners for Better Health, Family and Children’s Services of Guelph, Guelph Spring Festival
- Marta Braga
Marta Braga, Director of Recreation and Volunteer Services: Marta joined The Elliott Community in July of 2011 and brought with her over a decade of Senior Management and Recreation experience including expertise in both the Retirement and Long-term Care settings.
Marta’s passion for the elderly started at a very young age. She started volunteering with the senior population as a young child and continued to do so into adulthood. Marta particularly enjoys the time she spends at local elementary schools, where she enlightens young children about the joys and pleasures of growing older.
Enriching one’s life has always been and continues to be a primary focus in her professional career as well as her personal life.
- Dean Broughton
Dean Broughton, Director of Environmental Services: Dean was hired to this position in 2006, after having worked in the Long Term Care ‘for profit’ sector with Leisureworld Caregiving Centres for 6 years. Dean worked in a number of fields from Emergency Services to mining before returning to school in the mechanical field.
Dean feels a sense of worth to have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our residents. The health care sector has a unique workforce that prides itself in caring for people.
- Mark Coburn
Mark Coburn, Director of Finance: Mark joined The Elliott Community in 2015. Mark has nearly a decade of experience in healthcare, previously working with St. Joseph’s Health Centre Guelph, Grand River Hospital in Kitchener, and Health Canada in Ottawa. Mark is a Fellow Chartered Accountant (FCA) with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and also has a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo.
- Pauline Conte
Pauline Conte, Director of Dietary Services: Pauline started her career with The Elliott Community in 1985 as a summer student and accepted a full time position as Assistant Cook after six weeks of employment. In 1993 the position of Head Cook became available and she accepted this new challenge and progressed to a Certified Cook in 1995. Pauline continued her education and professional advancement becoming a Certified Food and Nutrition Manager in 2003. Pauline brings many years of practical, hands on experience to her role and has gained the respect of residents, staff and management for her dedication to The Elliott Community.
- Sherri Enns
Sherri Enns, Administrator - Long-Term Care: Sherri joined The Elliott Community as a Registered Nurse in 1988. In 2014, Sherri was appointed to the position of Administrator - Long-Term Care enabling her to transcend her DOC and Nursing roles and contribute to our resident’s quality of life in a leadership capacity. Sherri coordinates daily with community agencies, families, residents and our staff of care professionals to make sure that everyday is a meaningful day for our residents. Sherri’s dedication to excellence and intrinsic desire to ‘make a difference’ is evidenced in the passion she brings to her role. While our Elliott Community residents benefit most from Sherri’s expertise, we also proudly acknowledge her contributions to The Coping Centre and Guelph’s Hope House, where she helps families and individuals during some of the most challenging times of their lives.
- Paula Lannutti
Paula Lannutti, Director of Care - Retirement: Paula has been working at the Elliott Community in Retirement since graduating college in 1992. Paula started working at The Elliott Community- Retirement Suites as a staff nurse in the Ellington and was appointed to the role of Director in 2007. Paula has been Gerontological Nurse Certified for over 10 years and has treasured her time working closely with the senior community. Before starting work at The Elliott Community, Paula worked as a community nurse with Comcare.
Some other ways Paula has served her community:
- Volunteer for Parent Council of St Francis of Assisi Catholic School
- Captain of the Relay for Life Team for the Canadian Cancer Society
- Volunteer for Guelph Minor Baseball Association-team nurse
- Heather Van Cauwenberghe
Heather Van Cauwenberghe, Director of Care - Long-Term Care: Heather has had the pleasure of working with seniors for the past 21 years. Prior to joining The Elliott Community team she worked as the Director of Retirement and General Manager of a Retirement and Long-Term Care Community. Heather's main role is to maintain the highest standards of care for our residents and to provide leadership to our nursing department.
- Tanya Watton
Tanya Watton, Director of Human Resources: Tanya joined the Community in 2008. Prior to joining The Elliott Community, Tanya worked as Director of HR for two multi-national manufacturing firms and was a faculty member within the HR Program at Sheridan College.
In 2009, Tanya was one of the first in the province to receive the prestigious Senior Human Resources Professional (SHRP) designation, which is bestowed to select Certified Human Resources Professionals (CHRP) who fulfil the stringent evaluation criteria developed by the Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA) inter-provincial taskforce. Tanya is an active volunteer who mentors young professionals and Co-Chairs the Guelph & District Human Resources Mentorship Program; in 2010 Tanya was asked to join HRPAO’s Assessment Committee as a panelist for SHRP candidate evaluations, helping to shape the profession’s strategic future.
Tanya would say that The Elliott Community has become an important part of her own personal family. Tanya often involves her children in resident visits and festive events; spending Christmas Day with the residents has become a much enjoyed mother/daughter tradition!