After retiring from a federal government career encompassing adult education, health products regulation and life sciences industry development, Linda has done life sciences business consulting, as well as support work for a City of Ottawa Councillor. She is a long-time MAP Reintegration coach and Board member, and also served for a period as Acting Executive Director of MAP. She is active in her church; in the Kanata-Hazeldean Lions Club, serving as President for the 2015 – ’17 period; and in a Stephen Lewis Foundation-affiliated grandmothers’ group that raises funds to help African grandmothers who are caring for AIDS orphans.
Now retired, Stewart worked in the underground hard-rock mining industry for many years and also has experience in truck industry management and retail auto parts sales. Stu has also appraised the criminal justice and correctional systems
Rick Mansell spent nearly four decades in Health Care Financial Management with organizations which include a local Community Hospital, a Regional Office of the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and a Community Care Access Centre. In between stints Rick has had numerous consulting assignments with various Health Care organizations.
Since retiring in 2012, Rick has spent time enjoying family activities as well as volunteering with The Kanata-Hazeldean Lions Club, Journey House, Destiny’s Way Foundation and, as of October 2016, MAP Reintegration.
Todd Sloan is a lawyer specializing in administrative law, primarily representing federal offenders.
Prior to retiring from the Public Service in 2010 Todd served as legal counsel in the Office of the Correctional Investigator ( the ombudsman for federal prisoners) , then as Director of Access to Information and Privacy and finally as Director of Offender Redress for the Correctional Service of Canada.
For many years he has been active in community organizations
Lisa is a full time faculty member of the Police and Public Safety Institute (PPSI) at Algonquin College and currently teaches in the Police Foundations programs. She is an alumni of Algonquin College and Carleton University, having earned a diploma from the Correctional Worker program (now Community and Justice Services program) and an undergraduate degree from Carleton University in Sociology and Anthropology.
Prior to her employment at Algonquin College, she worked in the field of community corrections. Lisa worked mainly with adult males who had been incarcerated in Provincial and Federal institutions. Her priorities were to assist these men with their transition back to our community and help minimize their risk of re-offending by providing supports for addiction, mental health, housing, education and employment. Lisa’s career started with the John Howard Society of Ottawa, where she held a number of positions including Bail Supervisor, Reintegration Worker and Transitional Housing Worker. She has also worked at the Ottawa Withdrawal Management Center and at the Ottawa Mission as a front line worker.
Lisa has volunteered with the Ottawa Parole Office and is currently a community forum member with Crime Prevention Ottawa and a member with the Community Adult Justice Network (CAJN).