The Board of Directors of Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Elizabeth Falco to the position of Executive Director, effective January 4th, 2016.
Ms. Falco brings a unique set of skills to the position, including a passion for fostering human potential through education; a rare combination of educational and business perspectives, experiences and training; and an abiding sensitivity to the needs and interests of all stakeholders. Currently an independent consultant, supporting public, private and non-profit organizations, Ms. Falco’s career spans over 25 years during which time she has held a variety of posts from teacher to head of school in a full range of K -12 settings. A life-long learner and advocate for continuous improvement, Liz is bilingual and holds a Masters in Education (Columbia) and a Masters in Business Administration (Western).
“We are delighted that Liz Falco will be our new Executive Director. With her collaborative qualities and breadth and depth of skills and experience, we are well positioned to build on our successes and enter the next chapter of our 88 year old history”, says Ron O’Connell, Chair of the Board.
Liz has been part of the Tyndale family as an enthusiastic volunteer in the after-school program for the past 5 years and has a deep affection and respect for the Centre, its staff and participants. She looks forward to working with the entire community to realize the Centre’s vision of empowering the residents of Little Burgundy toward “self-reliance, mutual aid and fulfillment”.
About Tyndale St. Georges Community Centre
Since 1927, Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre has provided empowering educational programming for residents of Little Burgundy from birth through adulthood. Programs range from early literacy programs for 0 to 5 year olds to life skills training for adults. Our aim is to ensure that each member of our community has the opportunity and skills needed to realise their potential.