Meet Our Executive Members
Marianne Matichuk, President
Marianne is a proud 4 th generation Sudburian and has over 30 years of health and safety and management experience in several roles including the former Mayor of the City of Greater Sudbury. In her leadership roles as the Mayor, and the former Health and Safety Manager of the City of Greater Sudbury and Safety Supervisor at Vale, she worked with key partners and developed strategies to implement change that brought large diverse groups of individuals together. With her strong ability to collaborate and facilitate discussions her hard work resulted in a proactive culture with an exemplary safety performance.
Marianne is a business graduate from Cambrian College, holds CRSP, CHSC, COSHE designations, is a Certified Nutrition Manager, and is workplace specific certified in Manufacturing, Mining, Construction, Healthcare, Municipal, as well as Common Core Mining Surface Operations designation from the Ministry of Colleges, Training and Universities. Her integrity and balanced leadership led her to continuing her inspirational work in health and safety as the Principle Consultant of M. Matichuk & Associates. She currently is the Chief Administrative Officer of the Center for Research in Occupational Safety and Health (CROSH) at Laurentian University. In addition to Marianne’s passion for occupational health and safety, she is Vice President of the Business & Professional Women Greater Sudbury, and a board member of the Sudbury Manitoulin Children’s Foundation. For her dedicated work, Marianne has received the Leadership Award of Merit from Health and Safety Ontario, Huntington University Award of Merit and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities for her service to Greater Sudbury and to all of Canada.
Being a member of BPW has given me the opportunity to support like minded and strong women in our community by recognizing them for their contributions to making our city a place to live.
Carol Stahl, Immediate Past President
Carol Stahl is a self-employed Management Consultant, specializing in the areas of Bookkeeping, Payroll, HR, and Controllership duties for small to medium-sized businesses. C.A. Stahl & Associates came into existence in 1992 in response to the growing need evidenced by businesses that required a level of expertise at an affordable cost without the necessity of full time services. Clients have included companies in the telecommunications, construction, health, retail, restaurant and real estate sectors. Carol is a graduate of Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School in Sudbury and obtained her Honours Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo. Carol has sat on a number of local boards and is currently the President of BPW Greater Sudbury. Carol has been married for 27 years to her high school sweetheart. She and her husband are very proud parents of two and beaming grandparents of one very precious boy.
BPW has introduced me to so many wonderful people in our community … women and men who are excellent examples of entrepreneurs, activists and advocates for women’s rights. I have also made great friendships with other members of BPW. Involvement on BPW’s Executive board, in varying capacities, has pushed me out of my comfort zone and has allowed me to hone my skills in organizing events, public speaking and leadership.
Anne Finlay, Past President
Anne joined BPW Sudbury in 2009 and has held several positions on the board since becoming a member. She is presently the immediate past president of the club and proudly represents Northern Ontario District #6 at the provincial level of BPW Ontario as District Director. Anne has recently retired from her role as manager of the Independent Business Unit at PBL Insurance. Her forty years in the work force provided many wonderful challenges, opportunities and rewards. She has especially enjoyed the opportunity to mentor many colleagues over the years. She is very much looking forward to the next chapter in her life and all that retirement will have in store. When not involved in insurance, Anne held leadership roles in many local arts organizations (Fringe Nord, Northern Lights Festival Boreal, The Sudbury Symphony) and supported classroom programming as an Educational Assistant with developmentally challenged students while living in Alberta and the Bahamas. She has volunteered her time to the community as well and greatly enjoyed her time with Girl Guides of Canada, the Home; School Association (Cyril Varney), the Kidney Foundation, the Arthritis Society, Easter Seals, Heart & Stroke, the Ontario Arts Council, and as a panelist adjudicating the Arts & Culture Grants for the City of Greater Sudbury for four years.
Anne has been married to her best friend Roger for 37 years. They are proud parents of Sarah and Christopher who are making great contributions to the world in their chose professions.
Being a member of BPW has allowed me the opportunity to meet other like minded women who support a host of important issues that greatly matter to women and families in our community and beyond. I have enjoyed the various leadership roles that I’ve undertaken with our club and as a District Director at the provincial level. The opportunities for personal and professional development through membership in BPW is most rewarding.
Anne Salter-Dorland, Young BPW
I returned to Sudbury 25 years ago to become the Executive Director of the Sudbury Manitoulin Children’s Foundation (SMCF). My position with SMCF includes the operations of the programs, securing the funding, executing the events, reporting to the Board, and everything in-between. SMCF is a registered charity that operates 2 programs. The office is located within the Greater City of Sudbury and has one full time staff. The Send-A- Kid To Camp Program provides summer camp opportunities for disadvantaged children between the ages of 5 – 14. SMCF partners with local registered social agencies and existing camps to ensure that the “Send-A- Kid-To- Camp” program operates effectively. The children reside within the Sudbury and Manitoulin districts and are referred to our program by the social agencies that deem the children in need. Over 16,000 children have benefited from this program since it’s initiation in 1984.
In 2003, I helped create the SMCF’s Bursary Program. The Bursary Program provides financial assistance for crown wards hoping to pursue a post-secondary education. This program has awarded almost 100 bursaries totally over $131,000.00. I am married to David Dorland , have 2 children and live on an equine breeding farm in Wanup. I am an active equine competitor in the discipline of Reining with both provincial and national accomplishments in this discipline. I also enjoy most sports, reading, and crafts. I have sat on
many boards, committees and councils throughout the years and I am currently a member of BPW, Rotary Club of Sudbury and a youth advisor for the Ontario Reining Horse Association.
Joanne Lebreton, CPA, CPG, MBA,
Joanne LeBreton is a graduate of both Cambrian College and Laurentian University and holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, as well as a Chartered Professional Accountant’s Designation. Joanne has been with the firm since 1993 and became a partner in 2011. Offering a very approachable and hands-on style of working, Joanne has worked with a variety of clients including, individuals, family-owned businesses, corporations, professionals, not-for-profit organizations, and institutions. Through initiative and sincerity, she has earned her clients’ respect and appreciation with her ability to clearly explain the results of their financials and Collins Barrow’s work.
Joanne’s passion for helping others achieve success is ambitious. Providing services in the areas of business consulting, bookkeeping, accounting, personal and corporate tax, Joanne has helped clients progress and further their success. With an earnest commitment, Joanne also extends that passion to staff, helping them grow and reach their full potential.
Miranda Rocca-Circelli, MDDE, BSc., BSc.,
Miranda is an entrepreneur, educational practitioner and professional coach. She has acquired a Master’s Degree in Distance Education, two Bachelor of Science Degrees one in Bio-Medical Biology and another in Chemistry; as well she has studied various professional coaching programs. Her business Creative eLearning Design has worked with organizations to design, develop and deliver training and educational content for a variety of industries. Working with large mining companies to small non-profits, as well as working with underrepresented groups Miranda has expanded her skills and talents to serve a vast demographic. Most recently her work includes the design and deliver of employee coaching and executive coaching workshops to assist organizations in their growth and development. She has also worked with the Canadian Red Cross at the National level leading a team to revise national programs and products while implementing new teaching and learning methodologies that further promote learner centered principles. Miranda is a proud mother of three and spends most of her time with her children.
BPW has giving me an opportunity to give back to my community by honoring and recognizing strong and successful women. I believe in working with like-minded people, and being a member of a committee that aims to empower women and support them throughout their life’s journey is a humbling experience.
Nancy Raymond, VP External Affairs
Born in Abitibi-Témiscaminque, Nancy Raymond moved to the Sudbury region over 15 years ago. She became employed by Collège Boréal as an employment consultant in 2007 and eventually held the position of Employment services manager. For the past three years, Nancy has been in the position of Director, Office of Development for Collège Boréal. Nancy’s many professional successes include closing an 8 million dollar major capital campaign and launching Collège Boréal’s alumni association. Nancy believes in community service and participates voluntarily on many committees, including the Sudbury and Manitoulin Workforce Planning Committee, the Sudbury and District Chamber of Commerce and the Sudbury Food Bank, to name a few. Nancy also volunteers her time as the Vice President external affairs for the BPW Greater Sudbury and participates in several local advisory committees. In addition to her busy work life and volunteering, Nancy is currently completing her Bachelor’s degree in Communication/Philanthropy at the University of Québec (Téluq) and her certification as a Fund Raising Executive. Nancy is also a certified Life Coach and Career Employment Coach. On a personal level, Nancy’s greatest accomplishment is being the mother to her adult daughter Kristina and a full-time step-mother of 3 amazing children. She takes pride in giving her 100% at everything and family definitely comes first.