Board and Committees

Housing Cambridge (Cambridge Non-Profit Housing Corporation) was incorporated in 1986. Of the seven original directors, four were City Councillors. Cambridge City Council now appoints two of its members to the Housing Cambridge Board of Directors. The remaining Directors are volunteers from the community. Some of these community volunteers are also Housing Cambridge tenants. All of our tenants are members of the Corporation and can vote at the organization’s annual general meeting.

The Housing Cambridge Board of Directors is responsible for the sound governance of the organization. Operating budgets are closely monitored by the Board, which ensures proper financial accountability and fiscal responsibility. Operating and capital replacement funds are limited and are used on a priority basis to address maintenance and operational issues.

Lisa Keys 

Lisa brings to the Board considerable professional experience and expertise in facilities management.  She has works for Wilfred Laurier University, the Waterloo Catholic District School Board and the Regional Municipality of Waterloo in a variety of capital program administration, maintenance and facilities management roles.  Lisa was our primary contact while at the Region of Waterloo for the Social Housing Renovation and Retrofit Program (SHRRP).

Dan Weatherby

Retired from the manufacturing sector of Cambridge Dan now, with his wife Fran, is a resident in a Housing Cambridge apartment.  He loves to be involved in his community, supporting wherever possible local business and activities.  He is also very active in his church, being the organist for more than three decades. His interests include music, photography, painting, and helping others when needed.  Sharing music from his balcony during the pandemic has been a real joy.

Christopher Baillargeon

Chris is an associate lawyer at Lennox & Penney Professional Corporation, and among other things specializes in Real Estate and Corporate Law.  Previously he attended Queen’s University for Law, and the University of Windsor where he obtained his Bachelor of Commerce.  Chris lends his legal and business advisory expertise to the Board of Directors.  

Pam Wolf
Board Member

Pam is a City of Cambridge Councillor appointed by Council to the Board. Pam taught for WRDSB for over 30 years and raised her three children in Cambridge. She is currently the chair of the city’s Affordable Housing committee and member of the Poverty Eradication round table. Pam is a former board member of the Cambridge United Way and current member of several advisory committees to Council including Heritage and Environmental.

Melissa Mansfield 
Board Member

Melissa has been a part of the Housing Cambridge community as a tenant of one of our family townhouse locations since 2010. Helping others through volunteer work and kindness has been and continues to be a rewarding experience for her. She is empathetic, easygoing and humble with a creative side. What motivates Melissa is family and what she can do to better her community for her own family and other families in search of creating a brighter future. Her motto is “always be kind, aim for a better tomorrow and stay humble.”

Kaity Markle
Board Member

Kaity is the founder of Markle Consulting, a small business consulting firm in Guelph. She brings with her human resources and operations experience and expertise.  Kaity also brings experience working with Housing Services of Wellington County and with Sanguen Health Centre to serve under-housed and unstably house folks in the Cambridge, Kitchener, and Waterloo communities.  Kaity enjoys giving back to our local communities and is humbled to be a part of the important work Housing Cambridge does. 

Veronica Lall 
Board Member

Veronica graduated from York University in 2016 with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She has since begun her career with the Royal Bank of Canada where she has held multiple positions specializing in mortgage and credit lending, investment advice, and digitally enabling clients through online facilities. In November 2018 she completed her Mutual Funds License through Investment Funds in Canada and is registered with Royal Mutual Funds Inc. She has a strong leadership background through her academic mentorship programs and professional training responsibilities. In 2015 she served as a summer student with Housing Cambridge where she built a passion for the affordable housing sector. She looks forward to serving as a member on the Board of Directors to provide a neoteric perspective and collaborate to improve the affordable housing sector.