Randy Flewelling Board Chair
Randy is a proven leader with a unique blend of entrepreneurial, corporate, public company and charity non profit experiences. Through numerous leadership roles in private and public businesses and in the charity non profit sector, Randy’s specialities include financial management, due diligence, governance, organizational management and strategy. His charity and non profit experience includes his current role as Director and Board Chair of CameronHelps. Randy is a childhood friend of David Harris, god father and friend to Cameron and one of the founding members of CameronHelps.
Jennifer Brighton MSW, RSW, CCP Director, Clinical
Jennifer joined CameronHelps in 2009, bringing her skills as an experienced Clinician and Coach. Jennifer has working in the mental health sector since 1993. She is the successful owner of Brighton Counselling, Psychotherapy & Coaching where she treats adolescents and adults either individually or in the context of their family. Jennifer is passionate about her work and believes that through the work of CameronHelps we will “save one life at a time”.
Robert Wordham Director, Fundraising
Robert Wordham is a seasoned professional manager, business entrepreneur and retired professional engineer. From 1961 to 1988 he worked for multinational companies such as Rolls Royce, Canadian Pratt and Whitney, and General Electric in various executive positions. In 1988 he started his own consulting business, Wordham International Inc. In 1994 Wordham International expanded with the acquisition of Ratcliffs Canada Inc., a copper and brass rolling mill. During this period as CEO. Robert spearheaded export sales in 46 countries and the size of the company doubled to $120 million in revenues. After a joint venture with another firm was created in 1999, he was appointed SVP of the parent company. Robert retired from this position in 2003. In 2004 his consulting company assisted a Canadian manufacturer and he was asked to stay on as part time CEO of the Canadian operation. Robert retired from this position in 2008. He currently assists small start-up companies.
David Rowney Director, Communications
David joined CameronHelps in 2010. He graduated in journalism from Carleton University and embarked on a career as a reporter and editor before joining the public relations field. For the past 20 years he has worked for major corporations in senior communications roles. David is an accredited member of the Canadian Public Relations Society (APR), a CPRS Fellow, and a former president of the Toronto Society. He is also an avid runner and an occasional marathoner.
David Harris Founder & CEO
February 14, 2005 is a day that changed my life forever. At the age of 19, my son Cameron took his own life. As the founder of the charitable organization CameronHelps, a volunteer running coach at a local hospital, and as a public speaker it is my goal to make a difference: to save one life at a time. This mission is only achieved through the support and dedication of all individuals. Being a runner is a passion of mine. I know the tremendous mental, physical and spiritual benefits running offers. It helped me through my darkest of days. For this reason, I believe our Team Unbreakable Running Programs are very important, along with all of the awareness activities and initiatives we are developing. I cannot thank you enough for helping CameronHelps in achieving our mission.
Jim Schembri Government Relations
Jim joined the CameronHelps board in 2016, bringing with him a wealth of experience in the area of government relations and communications. Jim is currently the Director of Communications for the Office of the Mayor, Brampton. In his current role, Jim works closely with municipal, provincial and federal political stakeholders on issues related to the City. He also plays an advisory role with respect to various partnerships and relationships, including community groups and residents. Prior to 2014 Jim ran his own business, providing sales, communications and government relations consulting to clients. He is the past chair of the Brampton Board of Trade and Committee Member of the Peel Region United Way.
Keith Madley Director, Finance
Keith Madley, CMA. (Certified Management Accountant). Keith is a specialist in the non profit sector in financial management, governance, strategic and business planning. He has been a Board Director, Treasurer and Director of Finance in the non profit sector. He has extensive experience in the public sector having spent 20 years with the Province of Ontario in senior management roles including Director or CFO in various departments such as the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Corrections. He also has experience in the private sector in financial management and planning. Keith is also a volunteer director and Treasurer of CameronHelps.