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Rob Caparelli • Toronto

Treasurer


Rob Caparelli currently works with one of Canada's largest private mortgage services companies (CMLS Financial) as an Assistant Vice President focusing on commercial mortgage lending. His firsthand experience in dealing with this terrible disease (his father had severe secondary lymphedema in both legs and his abdomen) has motivated him to do anything he can to help spread awareness and more importantly, to help find a cure for it. He believes his current position at CMLS, and degree in Economics, while also playing Junior A/NCAA hockey, has provided him the opportunity to learn how to effectively & efficiently use his time and more importantly how to allocate resources in order to see that they are utilized to their fullest potential in ultimately finding a cure for this disease.



1st 3-year term as of April 20, 2019






Ana Stosic • Oakville

Director - Events Committee


Ana is currently working on completing her Master in Science, specifically in the field of cancer genetics, at Sick Kids Hospital with the Faculty of Medical Science at the University of Toronto. Her exposure to various medical conditions for which there is a lack of awareness and recognition drove her to join the LAO in hopes of bringing change in the field of lymphedema. Her background in research, science, and medicine, as well as her skills attained in numerous volunteer positions, will cater and assist the work of the LAO, bringing awareness to the condition through fundraising and events.


1st 3-year term as of June 19, 2018












Tony Wight • Toronto

Director - Awareness Committee


Retired after a lengthy career with an IT multinational, and having acted as the principal caregiver for a close family member suffering from secondary arm lymphedema, Tony wants to help the LAO achieve its important goals of early lymphedema awareness and treatment services guidance. Based on his proximity to the relative suffering from this debilitating condition, he recognizes there is an urgent need in Ontario for further patient, caregiver and health care provider education as to what to watch for, where to seek immediate help and the availability of required financial assistance. He believes that his service as Charter President of a Rotary Club and his many years of service in that organization will also help prepare him to assist the LAO in its critical work.


1st 3-year term as of June 19, 2018












Jaclyn Jones • Burlington

Director 


Jaclyn is the Co-Owner & President of a Marketing & Advertising agency and has over twenty years’ experience in developing strategic plans, conducting market research, community engagement initiatives, as well as collateral material development for print, broadcast and online applications for not-for-profit, services-based and manufacturing clients.  Jaclyn lives with secondary lymphedema (arm) as a result of axillary lymph node dissection and cancer treatment.  She joined the LAO to help improve access and delivery of resources, education and continued support to the existing community who lives with or may be at risk of developing lymphedema. 


1st 3-year term as of September 11, 2018


 

Dolores Steinwall • Pickering

Director








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