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Executive Director (ED)

Rozalyn Werner-Arcé, CAE

Contact: (289) 626-TRO1 (8761) x1, ed@trontario.org

Rozalyn joined TRO in April 2015 as the Executive Director.  Roz earned her designation as a Certified Association Executive (CAE) in 2009 and has gained extensive experience in association management throughout her career.  From 2011 - 2015, Roz was the Executive Director at Epilepsy Ontario, a provincial association focused on awareness and education, provincial programs, advocacy and research.  The majority of her career has been in developmental services at both the provincial level where she was the Director of Marketing and Communications at Community Living Ontario, and at the community level as the Community Catalyst and Partnerships Director at Community Living Mississauga.  Rozalyn believes in developing capacity in others and has committed to doing so through her volunteer work. She presently serves as president of the Canadian Society of Association Executives – Trillium Chapter, and Chairs the Program Advisory Committee for the Non-Profit Leadership and Management course at Seneca College. In her leisure time, Roz enjoys gardening, running and spending time with her two teenage sons. 



TRO Registration Designation Administrative Support (RDAS)

Stacey Sestric, R/TRO

Contact: (289) 626-TRO1 (8761) x3, trodesignation@trontario.org

The RDAS is responsible for the processing of all Registration (R/TRO, R/TRO DIP) applications and Professional Contribution Credit transcripts (PCCs). Stacey currently also works as a Recreation Therapist at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family, reading and exercising.






Administrative Coordinator / Interim TR Communications Coordinator (TRCC)

Shae Cameron

Contact: (289) 626-TRO1 (8761) x4, members@trontario.orgcommunications@trontario.org

Shae will be responsible for the membership database including sending welcome packages to new members, renewals and responding queries about membership. As a student at Carleton University enrolled in the communication and media studies program, she hopes to transfer the skills she is learning into her new role at TRO. Shae was a summer student with TRO in the past and is very excited to be part the TRO team!

Shae will also be filling in as the interim TRCC as the main contact for bringing questions/comments to the board of directors and relaying information from the board to the membership by writing the e-TRO, blog posts, newsletters and social media.