Results: 2014

  • 2014 Leadership Award - Lower Mainland

    Bea Bonnar

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  • 2014 Dedication Award - Lower Mainland

    Angela Paiyizi

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  • 2014 Dedication Award - Lower Mainland

    Lee McIsaac

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  • 2014 Dedication Award - Lower Mainland

    Andrea Kiesser

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  • 2014 Dedication Award - Lower Mainland

    Melinda Hockley

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  • 2014 Team Achievement Award - York Region

    Blue Door Shelters

    1. Our team is consistently in constant communication with one another. Each shift contributes to the success of a client’s stay through shift exchange, team meetings and case management. Specifically, when working on getting client’s housed, each team member collaborates with the housing worker and community partners to ensure each client has all the tools […]

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  • 2014 Leadership Award - York Region

    Mario So Gao

    Empower others and delegate responsibility: 1) As a Coordinator, Mario is able to not only train and provide ongoing support to staff but also empower, advice and delegate duties in a manner that leaves the staff with not only enough guidance but also room to develop their own creativity and work style. 2) Coordination and […]

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  • 2014 Innovation Award - York Region

    Lesley Sims

    Lesley came up with an idea that would raise dollars, but more importantly raise awareness around youth homelessness.  In having community leaders experience a night in the shoes of a homeless youth, she created enormous awareness around the issue.  Lesley provided leadership to our team to shape the event in a short amount of time.  […]

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  • 2014 Dedication Award - York Region

    Cindy Cepparo

    Cindy has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the goals of the organization, if only by virtue of the fact that she was the first person hired to fill a paid position and remains Vitanova’s longest-serving employee—over 25 years. By way of example of that commitment, during that time (and particularly after receiving her MSW degree) […]

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  • 2014 Team Achievement Award - Toronto

    Monica Rendell

    The CORE Team is recognized for developing a strong culture of learning and consultation, including a research project with several other agencies that directly improved service and care for children and their families. Innovative programs like these—including a walk-in counselling clinic—has earned Yorktown’s CORE Team a reputation as a trusted mental health provider for nearly […]

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