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Experience.  Integrity.  Compassion.  Commitment.

Haley has been an active volunteer for the City of St. Catharines and by extension, the Region of Niagara. Haley Chaired the Equity and Inclusion Advisory Committee pushing for more inclusive and diverse governance model. She helped create the Equitable Recovery Sub-Committee in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The end result of the Sub-Committee's work was a fulsome equitable plan, currently being adopted by the City of St. Catharines. She also sat as a member of the Social Sustainability Pillar Committee.

Education & volunteer work



McMaster University 

Diploma - Human Resources Management and Services Diploma 

Niagara College 

Certificate, Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication

Brock University

Bachelor’s Degree, focused on Sociology and Women's Studies

Leadership Niagara

Civic Leadership Development


Volunteer work


Women's Health Committee - Niagara Region

- Dedicated to improving access to women's health care across Niagara

Chair, Equity and Inclusion Advisory Committee - City of St. Catharines
- Promote St. Catharines as a welcoming city to all residents with programs, policies and practices to meet that goal
- Work with community groups to create events that promote equity, inclusion and removal of discrimination

Guest Panelist, Niagara Leadership Summit for Women - YWCA

- Panels are focused discussions with multiple speakers in which attendees can ask questions to the panelists

Board Member, Niagara Region Recycling - Niagara Region

- Niagara Recycling is a non-profit social enterprise that sends its proceeds back to the community

Chair, Equitable Recovery Sub-Committee - City of St. Catharines

- The first Committee in the Region, this committee was established to support City Staff and Council in their decisions as we recover from Covid-19

- The result was a fulsome report designed to guide and positively impact residents as we recover from Covid-19

Committee Member, Social Sustainability Pillar - City of St. Catharines

- Review and approve the work plans of advisory committees assigned to ensure that work is aligned with Council's strategic priorities and guiding documents

A Better Niagara - Niagara Region

- A Better Niagara is a non-partisan, non-profit organization with a mandate to encourage civic engagement and municipal public participation in Niagara. The group was founded by a coalition of local residents frustrated by the nature of politics in Niagara who joined together to offer a new vision for governance in our communities 

Wellspring Capital Campaign - Niagara Region
- Supported the Capital Campaign for the new, permanent home of Wellspring Niagara's Programs and Services (Fonthill)

Chair, Property Standards Committee - City of St. Catharines

- The Property Standards Committee hears appeals of the property standards order in a fair manner, keeping in mind the goal of ensuring properties and buildings in the City of St. Catharines are safe and remain in a state of general upkeep

Chair, Media Relations CEVAW (Coalition to End Violence Against Women)

- CEVAW is a diverse, collective voice of organizations from the Niagara Region that is working toward ending gender-based violence, against all women and their children 

Committee Member, Gillian's Place 

Education & Volunteer Work
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