- Schedules Appointments for Client Deliveries
- Books Appointments for Donor Pickups
- General Inquiries
- Drives the NFB truck
- Organizes inventory in the warehouse
- Ensures accurate and timely service to clients
Board Of Directors
Executive Directored@niagarafurniturebank.com 905-682-8371
Hello, my name is Page Olsen I am 28 years old I grow up in St.Catharines I now live in Niagara Falls. I am a graduate from Niagara College social work stream. I worked in the social services field here in Niagara. I then ventured to Edmonton and worked in social work there as well. Coming back to Niagara I wanted to change my career but still be involved in the community so that brought me to Niagara Furniture Bank.firstname.lastname@example.org 905-682-8371
Over the course of his multifarious career, Don Evans has been executive director of a food bank, a manager with the Ontario public service, the editor of several community newspapers and a college instructor of English and communications. A graduate of Ryerson and Western, he is an author and artist and a former municipal politician. Don brings to the board of the Niagara Furniture Bank’s his considerable experience on community boards, ranging from a public library and a family resource centre to the Mariposa Folk Festival.email@example.com 905-682-8371
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Susan’s skills and expertise as Business Development Manager for Venture Niagara Community Futures Development Corporation have allowed her to establish and oversee a multitude of community economic development and tourism programs.
Susan’s strengths are in the development of strategic alliances and partnerships. She has specialized in tourism initiatives such as the development of the Québec marketing strategy for the Niagara region and the development of “Tourisme Franco-Niagara” (TFN) with partner, CERF Niagara. She has also worked very closely in the development of a sport tourism strategy, the creation of the Niagara Cycling Tourism center and the creation of the Niagara Tourism Network.
Susan is a proud francophone and an active leader in Niagara’s francophone firstname.lastname@example.org 905-682-8371
Keith M. Cumming, the founder of the Niagara-based Prime Way Group of Companies, is a multi-award winning entrepreneur with a 25-year history of building over a dozen successful businesses. His extensive marketing, product development and manufacturing experience has helped make Prime Way a trusted supplier to major US and Canadian retailers such as Wal-Mart, Canadian Tire, Ace Hardware and Bed Bath & Beyond. The Group is also involved in land development, residential/recreational communities, as well as industrial and commercial plaza development and management. Keith sits on the Board of Directors of a number of corporations and non-profits, including founding in 2010, and vice-chairing the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce, currently with over 1,400 business members representing 30,000+ employees. He also volunteers considerable time to the community and speaks regularly to the MBA classes at Brock University, as well as to marketing & entrepreneurial classes at Niagara College. Keith and his wife Julie live in St. Catharines, Ontario and are proud parents of three children; Katlyn, Kyle and Matthew.email@example.com 905-682-8371
Cassidy is a graduated with honours from the Sales & Marketing program at Niagara College and brings with her a unique set of skills with focus on Social Media and Brand Development. Cassidy grew up in the Niagara Region and became involved with NFB as a result of her passion to help build a bigger and stronger firstname.lastname@example.org 905-682-8371