DR. PAULA F. GOUVEIA joined Cambrian College in the role of Vice-President, Academic in August 2019. Prior to joining Cambrian, she held progressive academic positions at Seneca College and most recently Humber College, where she served as Dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences since 2009. During her time at Humber, she supported various community partnerships and organizations including Big Brothers Big Sisters, Toronto, the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council, and the United Way. Fluent in four languages, Dr. Gouveia completed her PhD in French literature at the University of Toronto in 2013 and TESL Canada Certification in 2014, allowing her to support the needs of diverse learners more effectively. Having recently relocated to Sudbury, she is eager to learn more about our community and help to make a difference. In addition to the Board at the Art Gallery of Sudbury, she also sits on the Board of Directors for the United Way Centraide North East / Nord-est de l’Ontario.
Vice-Chair & Secretary
CAROLE AUDET is a bilingual Chief Human Resources Officer with North Bay Regional Health Centre with over 25 years of experience in different roles in human resources.
Born in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Carole moved to Sudbury to obtain her Honours Bachelor of Commerce from Laurentian University and made Sudbury her home. Carole is a Certified Human Resources Leader through the Ontario Human Resources Professional Association. Over the years, she has had the opportunity to take part in numerous initiatives in the education sector and contribute to growth and innovation. Before moving over to the health sector, Carole enjoyed management consulting, thus tapping into her passion for the transformation of businesses through planning, nurturing human relations, negotiation, and innovation measured by metrics. As CHRO, she now has a greater opportunity to contribute to the health centre as it copes with changing demographics and a greater need for innovation and transformation. Carole is a strong believer that there is no greater resource for any enterprise than human resource. Humans must be supported as they move along on their journey. Humans express themselves and seek work-life balance through different media, one of which is art.
Carole is at a point in her career where she is looking for opportunities to give back to the community that greeted her with open arms. Having served on numerous boards of directors in the past, she is eager to join the Art Gallery of Sudbury as it embarks on a transformation process.
RAYMOND HATFIELD is an Anishnabe and a member of the Sagamok Anishnabek First Nation. During his youth, Ray lived a traditional lifestyle of hunting, fishing, trapping, and living within his homeland territory of the Robinson-Huron Treaty of 1850. He worked full-time for 43 years, including 35 years with the Federal Public Service, joining the Department of Human Resources & Social Development immediately following graduation. Ray has worked with various federal departments, and the Saskatchewan Provincial Government, and was the Executive Director of the National Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres. Within the Department of Aboriginal & Northern Affairs, Ray has held various regional and headquarters Executive positions. He was the Regional Director of Lands and Trust Services in three different regions, Manitoba, British Columbia, and Ontario. In 1996, Ray joined headquarters as Director of Environment and Natural Resources, then on to Director, Assembly of First Nations – Joint Initiative. During his time as Director-General, Registration, Revenues, and Band Governance Mr. Hatfield provided great leadership during the DAND – AFN Joint Initiative – National Gathering in Winnipeg, June 2002. Most recently, Ray was Senior Policy Advisor to the CEO, Sagamok Anishnabek, and facilitated the Lessons Learned meeting of the All-Parties Table, Federal Government, Churches, and Survivors of the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement. Ray assisted in the creation of traditional land tenure and registry for all interests on-reserve and the creation of traditional land and resource use, occupation, and identifying sacred sites Map within Sagamok’s traditional territory. Raymond Hatfield has an Honours Bachelor of Commerce from Laurentian University and a Bachelor of Law Degree from Queens University. He was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for Executive Leadership Excellence. Ray was also presented with an Eagle Feather from Elders Dan & Marylou Smoke recognizing his commitment/contribution to advancing Aboriginal issues.
CHRISANNE DANIEL is a designer, third culture kid, and self-proclaimed do-gooder. As a UI/UX Designer, she works to create, enhance and ensure user experiences are meaningful, relevant, informative, and delightful. Over her career, she has worked in a marketing agency, as an in-house designer, and now as the sole designer as part of a software development team. Chrisanne is a passionate and dedicated volunteer and community builder and has found that volunteering is not only fulfilling and meaningful but has provided her career with endless opportunities and growth. Since 2019, Chrisanne Daniel volunteered as a Board mentee with the Art Gallery of Sudbury | Galerie d’art de Sudbury through the initiative She’s on Board.
Amanda Kingsley Malo
AMANDA KINGSLEY MALO is an elementary school teacher and community organizer. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with a major in history from the University of Ottawa, as well as a Bachelor of Education from Laurentian University. Having long ago discovered that she feels most like herself when giving back to others, Amanda has dedicated herself to the betterment of her community. She is the founder of PoliticsNOW, a grassroots organization that is dedicated to getting women in Northern Ontario more involved in politics in their communities. In 2018, she was appointed by the Governor General to the Board of Trustees for the Canadian Museum of History. She is also involved with numerous local organizations, has volunteered in various capacities, and organized Sudbury’s first Women’s March. In recognition of her efforts, Amanda is a Samara Everyday Political Citizen nominee, a recipient of the Rachel Proulx Memorial Award from BPW Sudbury and the winner of CBC’s #WeAretheChange contest, which highlighted innovative young Canadians across the country in honour of Canada150.
FERN CORMIER serves as Councilor for Ward 10 in the City of Greater Sudbury. His association, board, and committee appointments include Hearing Committee, Vice-Chair, Downtown Sudbury Business Improvement Area (BIA) Board of Management, Bell Park Advisory Panel, Greater Sudbury Downtown Market Advisory Panel, Emergency Services Committee, Nickel District Conservation Authority Board, Audit Committee, and Operations Committee. Fern Cormier has served as chair of the library board, the museum advisory board, vice-chair of Greater Sudbury Housing Corporation, and as a member and director of many other boards and committees. Fern Cormier is a lifelong resident of Greater Sudbury and has lived in Ward 10 for 13 years.
AL SIZER serves as a Councillor for the City of Greater Sudbury, representing Ward 8. His Association, Board, and Committee Appointments include Deputy Mayor, Community Services Committee, Sudbury Airport Community Development Corporation Board, Solid Waste Advisory Panel, Planning Committee, and Hearing Committee. Councillor Sizer is a lifelong resident of the City of Greater Sudbury, born, raised, and educated here. Married to Simone Sizer (Laframboise), they have two grown sons, Michael and Ian, and one granddaughter, Tessa. Al Sizer retired from a career with the City where he started as a Zamboni driver in a community rink and worked his way through the ranks completing his tenure as Manager, Cemetery Services for the City of Greater Sudbury. While employed with the city, Al Sizer returned to Laurentian University on a part-time basis, graduating with a degree in political science.
Dr. AARON LANGILLE has been teaching in post secondary education for the past twenty years. After spending the previous 19 years with the department of Computer Science at Laurentian University, Aaron joined the Game Design program at Cambrian College in 2021. In his current role, Aaron sits joyfully at the intersection of education, visual arts, media, technology, and storytelling. Aaron has been recognized for his student-first practices with the 2017 Laurentian University Teaching Excellence Award and the Ontario-wide 2020 OCUFA Teaching Award. He is a former Science North Scientist in Residence where his expertise in video game design helped shape a new gamified experience at the Sudbury science centre. He also had a five-year bi-weekly column on CBC Sudbury’s Morning North where he talked about everything related to games, technology, digital arts, artificial intelligence and much more. He recently co-edited Virtual Identities and Digital Culture published through Routledge and is currently working on a two-volume set of approachable and accessible books about programming and designing video games to be published through CRC Press.
Camille Godin joined MLA Law, a boutique corporate law firm in town, in 2023 as associate practising in the Business Law Group. She grew up in Sudbury and studied in Ottawa, before returning to Sudbury to practice corporate and commercial law. Camille has graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2022 with an Honours Bachelor of Commerce and Juris Doctor, where she received the Silver Medal from the Faculty of Law and a Plaque of Recognition from the Telfer School of Management for her academic achievements. Following her graduation, Camille articled at a corporate and intellectual property law firm in Ottawa and was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2023. At MLA Law, Camille assists with business sales and acquisitions, corporate organizations and re-organizations, and reviewing and drafting various commercial agreements. Outside of being an active member on corporate transactions, Camille is an avid lover of the outdoors and can generally be found hiking and staying active in the trails around Greater Sudbury and Ottawa.