Chelsea Arnott is the Leadership Programs Coordinator for The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation. She graduated with honours from Conestoga College in 2013 and has been with The Foundation since.
Chelsea came to Hummingbird Centre for Hope after meeting Marny and learning more about what HCH is all about. It made sense for her to join the board because she has a passion for helping people, even if it is not an experience she has personally been through.
When Chelsea is not working or volunteering she spends her time with her six year old son Keegan. You can find them participating in activities including swimming, boxing and soccer or relaxing with a game of cards and watching a movie.
David Feldman is an Actuary working at Manulife. He earned his Bachelor’s degree of Actuarial Science from the University of Western Ontario and is a fellow of both the Canadian Institute of Actuaries and the Society of Actuaries.
He was drawn to HCH by their dedicated and compassionate team and is eager to help in all future undertakings.
When he isn’t glued to the computer screen, he enjoys eating and cooking a variety of foods (both fast and other) and playing with his son, Levi.
Tracey is a life-long resident of Waterloo Region and proudly calls Kitchener home. Her background includes Office Administration, Health and Safety and Human Resources in the public and private sectors.
Tracey was introduced to Hummingbird Centre for Hope while participating in the Kitchener-Waterloo Community Foundation’s Engage KW program and was immediately drawn to the organization, what it stood for and the programs it offered as well as it’s founders and board members. As she was looking to find an organization where she could offer some of her time and talent, she was very happy to join Hummingbird Centre for Hope as their volunteer bookkeeper and secretary.