Angie Harris was born and raised in Georgetown, she is married with 2 children and spent her childhood days in Glen Williams. She is a volunteer with the Halton Hills Hawks House league, and works at Howse Automotive in Georgetown. Angie’s daughter Abby was a gymnast at HHGC from 2009 – 2018 as a recreational gymnast and eventually gravitated to competitive trampoline which she did for 4 of those years. Angie is a huge supporter of kids with exceptionalities and has a strong focus on inclusiveness, as these are things that are near and dear to her heart. Both of Angie’s kids are very active in sports within the community. Angie is very active in the Georgetown community and brings a wealth of knowledge and support to the board as the vice chair.
Lindsay Green is a designated accountant. She resides in Guelph and has worked in Georgetown for over seven years at GBA LLP (formerly Buttle & Tavano Professional Corporation). As a senior accountant, she currently specializes in assurance engagements including audits and reviews. Being employed at a public accounting firm has allowed her to obtain experience dealing with not-for-profit organizations. This experience will be an asset to HHGC. Growing up playing team sports, she has a great appreciation for the impact it has in childhood development. She is excited to be joining HHGC as the Treasurer and Board Member.
Angela is a CPA, CGA. With 20 years of experience in accounting and tax, she enjoys helping small-medium business owners meet their objectives through a personalized, customer service focused approach.
Angela and her family live in Georgetown. Angela’s interests include traveling, biking riding and being involved with her children, from extra-curricular activities with the kids, to being an active member of the Parent Council their school. Angela has a strong sense of community and she along with her family enjoy participating in local events that support the local community and charities.
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Frank is a married, Christian father of two beautiful girls and resides in Halton Hills. He has spent 30 years of his career in the security and investigations field, currently as a Corporate Investigator, specializing in fraud and integrity investigations. He has a diploma in Law and Security from Sault College (the “Soo”, where he was born and raised) and completed various courses at the Ontario and Canadian Police Colleges.
Before his girls decided to pursue gymnastics, Frank coached their softball teams. He enjoys being active in the community and is a co-chair on parent council at his children’s school.
One of Frank’s passions is photography but you may also see him biking around town or running a rack of pool! He hopes his career and life experiences will bring a different perspective to the board and help HHGC continue to be a vital part of the Halton Hills community.