905-689-4727 x 114
ECE, BA, M S Ed
Flora joined Woodview in 2001 and became the Director of Children’s Mental Health in 2007. Coming from the School Board with a Master of Science Elementary Education, Flora is known for her passion and dedication to families, education, and the mental health field. She is committed to removing barriers to service all clients with respect and dignity. Flora’s visionary skills led to the implementation of Lead Without a Title at Woodview, guiding staff to excel and demonstrate leadership at every level.
Director, Services (Halton)
905-689-4727 x 109
Lorraine began her career at Woodview in 1997 as a Social Worker working in various roles and then expanded her contribution to Woodview in 2009 as the Director of Quality Improvement. In 2016, Lorraine took on the additional role of Director of Children’s Mental Health for the Halton programs. Lorraine received her BSW from Ryerson University and her MSW from the University of Windsor. Lorraine is committed to serving the needs of children and families and supporting staff at Woodview. She has successfully led Woodview through two accreditation reviews.
Director, Human Resources
905-689-4727 x 112
Irene, a CHRL designated Human Resource professional, joined Woodview in 2016. Irene studied Human Resources / Business at McMaster University. Irene has a variety of experience in the Human Resources field, including over 10 years of providing leadership development training and implementing mentoring and coaching programs. Irene is certified in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and has delivered numerous 360 degree reviews to ensure success within leaders.
BA, Dip. Accounting, 4th Level CGA
905-689-4727 x 126
Melissa joined Woodview in 2011 in our accounting department and became the Director of Finance in 2020. Melissa is known for her detailed approach and thorough financial analysis. Melissa has a variety of experience in the accounting field, leading Woodview through successful audits and change management processes.
Director, Services (Brant)
519-752-5308 x 113
B.A. Public Administration and Public Policy
Director, System Planning
519-752-5308 x 101
Brook joined Woodview in 2005 to help develop the Youth Overcoming Depression and Anxiety Program in Halton, and has managed various programs throughout Woodview since. A keen interest in quality improvement and data analysis has led Brook to training in performance measurement, Lean for Healthcare, and Agile Leadership, leading to his current role of Director of System Planning.