April 26, 2024
Orangeville, Ontario – Family Transition Place (FTP) Board of Directors announce new executive director.
After a thorough recruitment process, FTP’s board of directors is thrilled to announce Lynette Pole-Langdon as the incoming executive director. Over the coming months, Lynette will work closely with outgoing executive director, Norah Kennedy, with the official transition scheduled for August 1, 2024.
Lynette has served FTP in various capacities for over 20 years, first on the front lines as a clinical counsellor on the counselling team and, over time, advancing roles to the counselling team lead, manager of counselling and community education and finally as the director of counselling, education, and community mental health initiatives. Having extensive experience in the leadership of a team, Lynette also brings a wealth of knowledge of the sector, compassion, ambition, and integrity to the role.
FTP’s board of directors unanimously believes Lynette genuinely carries the agency’s values in her heart and demonstrates them through the way she chooses to conduct herself. She has not only shown her capability to lead but has a very thorough understanding of FTP’s historical growth and trajectory, the agency’s clients, staff members, and the needs of the community.
As executive director, Lynette looks forward to leading the agency and FTP’s mission of supporting the holistic well-being of those affected by gender-based violence and promoting healthy relationships and community, through education.
FTP’s board members are honoured, and very much look forward to supporting Lynette, Norah, agency, and community through this transition.
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