Our Board of Directors
Janet O’Grady, President
Janet recently retired from a 30+-year career with the Ontario public service as a human resource professional and leader. She held senior management positions in a range of ministries leading the development of human resource strategies, policies and operational solutions to support organizational effectiveness. She has championed initiatives relating to respect, workplace safety, inclusion, mental health and human resource management excellence to enable public servants to thrive in their working environment. She holds an Honours BA (Psychology) from Carleton University and a MBA from the University of Toronto. She joined the Board in 2017.
Nicole Borland, Secretary
Nicole is an compliance professional for an investment management firm in Toronto. She is a CFA Charterholder and holds a Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies from Western University. She has been a volunteer mentor with a number of organizations with a focus on women and immigrant professionals in Toronto. Nicole joined the board in 2019 and is excited to contribute to the work done by Times Change.
Myriam Gafarou, Director
Myriam is an Associate Partner with Ernst and Young. Prior to rejoining Ernst and Young, she was a director at Price Waterhouse Coopers. She focuses on providing corporate clients with cost optimization solutions around their third parties. Myriam is a supporter of community services and has volunteered with many organizations over the years. Whether at work or in the community, she believes in the power of teaming and thinking outside the box. Myriam holds a joint honors B.A. in economics and finance from McGill University and a Master in construction finance from Cornell University.
Daisy Kwan, Director
Daisy is a strategic planning professional with a background in management consulting and finance. She holds a CPA, CA designation and Bachelor of Commerce Honours degree from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. Daisy has helped organizations in the Financial, Public, and Telecommunications sectors with their business transformation, operating model design, costs/efficiency, implementation, and performance measurement. She has volunteered with several organizations over the years and strongly believes in mentorship for under-served communities/groups.
Ashley Hiscox, Director
Ashley Hiscox is currently a Security Advisor at the Ministry of the Attorney General. Prior to joining MAG Ashley worked at Victim Services Toronto as a Case Manager and Crisis Response Specialist for over 9 years. During this time Ashley had been a first point of contact for individuals, families, and communities affected by crime and sudden tragedy. Ashley has experience working with, and advocating for survivors of sex trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual violence. Ashley also worked closely with youth in relation to preventing domestic violence and developing healthy relationships. Ashley believes in the need to empower women by equipping them with the tools for success and is looking forward to making a difference with Times Change.
Caitlin Siostrom, Director
Caitlin’s professional career has focused on financial services regulation, risk, compliance and governance. She has held senior legal and managerial roles in government regulatory agencies in Australia and the United Kingdom. Caitlin currently works for Deloitte’s Risk Advisory practice, assisting financial institutions with their legal and regulatory risk issues.Caitlin has a Bachelor of Laws (Honors) from Queensland University of Technology and was admitted to practice as a lawyer in Australia in 2011. She also holds a Graduate Certificate in Applied Finance and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Caitlin joined the Board of Times Change in 2020.
Rebecca Hazell, Director
Rebecca is a conflict management and adult education professional with experience designing and delivering professional development programming in higher education. She holds an M.Ed from the University of Toronto in Adult Education and Community Development, certificates in Alternative Dispute Resolution from York University, and an M.Phil from Trinity College Dublin in Popular Literature. Her diverse volunteering experience includes supporting adult literacy students in pursuit of their educational goals, facilitating restorative justice programs for youth, and mediating settlement in Small Claims Court. She is a passionate equity advocate dedicated to improving all women's quality of life in Toronto, particularly those facing persistent and intersecting barriers to education and employment.
Anna Trichilo, Director
Anna is a seasoned executive with close to 30 years of experience in a variety of human resource leadership roles with GE Canada and GE International. Throughout her career, Anna developed expertise in all facets of the HR function including strategy, labour relations, organizational design, talent development, succession planning, compensation & benefits design, and governance. She recently formed her consulting business and continued her association with GE by providing comprehensive investigation expertise in areas such as workplace harassment, compliance policies, HR processes, restructuring, leadership integrity and conflicts of interest. Anna holds an Honours BA (Psychology) from York University and a Master’s Degree in Industrial Relations (HR Management) from the University of Toronto. She and her partner Jeff reside in Toronto. Between them, they have four children.