Bill Macdonald – Board Chair
Bill is a Real Estate Sales Representative with Exit First North Realty in Barrie serving clients throughout Simcoe County. He is also president and owner of P G Bell Porcelain Inc. This company provides steel porcelain panels for architectural projects and steel porcelain signs to clients, both government and private, throughout North America. During his long business career and before coming to Barrie in 2010. Bill was president of a number of companies in Canada and the United States. During those years he served as a director on many corporate, industry and government boards. Bill strongly believes in giving back to the community and especially helping those in need. In addition to being a director on the New Path Foundation , he is also a member of the Rotary Club of Barrie.
Paul Pratt - Treasurer
Paul Pratt has been in the Banking business for 30 years, with extensive experience in Commercial Lending. He has held numerous management positions and he is presently the Manager of Commercial Banking with Scotiabank. Paul has lived and worked in Barrie since 1996. He is married with two children. In addition to his volunteer work with New Path Foundation, Paul also sits on the Board of Directors of New Path Youth and Family Services and is an active member of the Barrie Rotary Club.
Bill Forster – Director
Jeff Schreiter – Director
Teresa Snelgrove – Director
Teresa Snelgrove is currently President of ProFitHR, an early stage company that sells a suite of screening tools for assessing candidates for professions and professional schools. She also sits on the Board of ProFitHR.
Teresa previously was a Managing Director for Boyden International in their Toronto office. Prior to joining Boyden, Teresa spent 12 years as a Partner with Snelgrove Associates where the focus of the practice was management recruiting within the venture capital community and their portfolio companies, primarily in the technology, healthcare, life science and biotechnology sectors. Teresa’s work has been closely associated with entrepreneurial endeavours beginning with the co-founding of Timothy’s Coffees of the World in 1975 a specialty coffee chain now owned by the US firm Green Mountain Coffee, Chapters Bookstore Café and General Wellbeing a small chain of wellness stores in hospitals.
Before co-founding Snelgrove Associates, Teresa spent 10 years teaching at various Ontario Universities including the University of Toronto and the University of Western Ontario.
Teresa received a B.A. from McGill University, a M.A. and a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. In 2000, she also completed a Masters in Education in Counselling Psychology at the University of Toronto.