Our Staff

<strong>Steve Garrison</strong>
Steve Garrison
General Manager

(519) 650-5599 Ext. 229

Steve has served in a senior capacity in the management of affordable housing for over 20 years. His experience includes the management of housing for single people, families, seniors and individuals with special needs. Throughout his career he has demonstrated a commitment to developing strong and healthy housing communities. Steve’s two favourite things are outdoor activities and chocolate…even better when they’re combined i.e. s’mores!

<strong>Anne Fry</strong>
Anne Fry
Accounting Manager

(519) 650-5599 Ext. 227

Anne offers 20 years’ experience in the Property Management role and has excellent interpersonal skills. She handles all aspects of tenant placement, lease administration, rent collection and arrears/bad debt collections. Anne also offers 13 years of experience in carrying out the non-profit accounting function. Anne can often be found walking her dogs on local trails for some much needed peace and quiet.

Kiya Morphy
Property Manager

(519) 650-5599 Ext. 226

Kiya is currently the Property Manager for all tenants. She has a diploma in Protection, Security and Investigations and a post graduate certificate in Community and Social Service Management - both from Conestoga College. Kiya has an optimistic attitude mixed with her passion for both affordable housing and community development. She brings a unique perspective to the organization. She has worked in various areas of Housing Cambridge, completing special projects, training other staff on new technology and leading the community development efforts across all nine sites.


<strong>Rebecca Osmond</strong>
Rebecca Osmond
Maintenance Manager

(519) 650-5599 Ext. 222

Rebecca has a Bachelor's Degree in Development Studies and Religion from St. Francis Xavier University and a Post Graduate Certificate in Public Service from Conestoga College. Rebecca has worked at Housing Cambridge since 2013, she serves in a variety of roles in both maintenance and property management capacities. Her vibrant and trendy personality is truly appreciated in the office.  

<strong>Carrie Dietrich</strong>
Carrie Dietrich
Administrative Coordinator

(519) 650-5599 Ext. 221

Carrie has involvement in all aspects of the coordination of administration for the Housing Cambridge portfolio over the past nine years. She has an excellent record of customer service and her organizational skills are impeccable. Despite her busy days, Carrie is always looking for an opportunity to have a good laugh, or clean and organize something!

<strong>Kim Hildebrandt</strong>
Kim Hildebrandt
Maintenance Coordinator

Kim comes to us from Ottawa where she maintained a 33 bed Shelter for women and children fleeing domestic violence. She has an extensive background in self-employment with painting, construction, repairs, cleaning and manages her companies 12 unit building in another province. With a background in precision metal fabrication, social work, and building, she is thrilled to reside in Cambridge and escape the Ottawa winters. She has always believed that people must have an affordable safe and clean home to call their own.

<strong>Allan Struthers</strong>
Allan Struthers
Maintenance Team

Allan started out as a contractor for Housing Cambridge in 1995 and was hired on as a full time maintenance person in 2010. He is a hard worker specializing in various trades. Allan has a heart of gold and will go to great lengths to make you smile!

<strong>Andy Toman</strong>
Andy Toman
Maintenance Team

Andy has been employed with Housing Cambridge since 2006, working as one of our maintenance personnel. Acting as our Health and Safety Representative, his job is to ensure employees, residents and contractors complete work without causing harm to themselves or others. Besides working for Housing Cambridge, we are sure that Andy was a pastry chef in another life as he makes the best crepes ever!

<strong>Jason Perfect</strong>
Jason Perfect
Community Worker

Jason is our Community Worker and is currently completing his final year at Conestoga College in the Bachelor of Community and Criminal Justice Program. He has volunteered in Kitchener at Ray of Hope’s Community Centre for the past year, and is a whiz at any and all Rubik’s Cubes. Jason brings an enthusiastic attitude into his work, and is happy to help in any way he can.