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Voting has begun for the election of Council members in District No. 3 .

Electoral District No. 3

  • Elects two social work councillors and two social service work councillors
  • Composed of the geographic area within the territorial boundaries of the Counties of Haliburton, Victoria, Peterborough, Northumberland and Simcoe, the Regional Municipalities of Durham, York and Peel and the City of Toronto.

Voting Begins on June 23, 2020

Social Work Candidates

Durel Allen, RSW
Marisa Cicero, RSW
Woyengi Goary, RSW
Monica Grainger, RSW
Toula Kourgiantakis, RSW
Irene McIntosh, RSW
Saida Osman, RSW
Emily Power, RSW
Vinita Puri, RSW
Jeffrey Reffo, RSW
Sheila Salas, RSW
Leissa Shaver, RSW
Annette Smith, RSW
Adam Terpstra, RSW
Beatrice Traub-Werner, RSW
Brent Wilcox, RSW

Social Service Work Candidates

Greg Clarke, RSSW
Charlene Crews, RSSW
Judy Gardner, RSSW
Parveen Khanna, RSSW
Amit Kumar, RSSW
Iwona Malanowska, RSSW
Jakaria Uddin, RSSW


Voting Procedures

Voting will be primarily conducted online. The voting system is designed to be secure and to protect the confidentiality of members’ votes. It is one that has been used successfully by other Ontario regulatory colleges. This online election process improves efficiency and reduces paper, printing and mailing costs associated with the election.

When voting begins, members will receive an email from BigPulse – a third-party online election vendor contracted by the College – that will provide each member with the opportunity to vote online.

In order to ensure that members may exercise the right to vote, the College encourages members to check both their inbox and spam/junk folders for an email from @bigpulse.com. Members can also add bigpulse.com to their Safe Senders tab in the junk email options of Microsoft Outlook.


NEW THIS YEAR

The Three R’s of Serving on Council: Roles, Responsibilities and Requirements

Completion of required training is now a mandatory requirement for members of the College who wish to stand for election to Council. Candidates are required by College bylaw to take this course in order to stand for election.

To access the five-part online video series The Three R’s of Serving on Council: Roles, Responsibilities and Requirements and the Candidate Quiz: Serving on Council, please click here.


If you have further questions, contact us at elections@ocswssw.org.