Meet Our Board of Directors

We meet monthly as a full board and members oversee governance, communications, investment management and more.
Tom Harrison

Tom Harrison

Board Chair

Tom is the Director, Faculty of Law Program in Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility at Queen’s University. He has 15 years of experience in senior legal, public governance and university positions. Tom believes in public service through commitment and support to community organizations. “My perspective on youth development, experiences as a social worker, teacher and community volunteer are closely aligned with the values and mission of ROC. I am happy to contribute as a board member.”

Michael Smith

Michael Smith

Vice Chair

Dr. Michael Smith is a retired University Professor and Dean, with a lifelong interest in education and learning. He is experienced in strategic planning and financial management. He is a proud father of four, and lives in Picton. From his own childhood experiences, he is passionate about helping young people excel in life.

Bill Barrett

Bill Barrett

Treasurer

Born in Toronto, Bill and his family moved to the County in 1965 to operate a family summer resort business, from which he has since retired. He graduated from Queen’s University in 1975. Bill and his wife Mary Ann are actively involved in marriage ministry at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Bloomfield. He has proudly served on the ROC board as treasurer since 2009.

Megan Jaquith

Megan Jaquith

Secretary

Megan is a Senior Consultant in Quality & Performance with the South East Local Health Integration Network and has been in health system and program planning for over five years. She holds a graduate degree in Public Health from Queen’s University and has a strong interest in health promotion and rural health. She is actively involved in her church and enjoys quilting, cooking, baking and sport.

Bob Mason

Bob Mason

Board Member

Bob is a retired Professor of Geology and Geological Consultant from Kingston, and was a board member and chair of the Marthas Table Community Program in Kingston before moving to settle in the County. He has a lifelong passion for exploring, teaching and learning, and is committed to supporting initiatives that open up opportunities for young people to fulfill their potential as members of society, irrespective of their circumstances.

Every Little Bit Helps!

With the support of community members like you, our programs are made possible.
The support you provide makes the difference in the lives of hundreds of youth in Prince Edward County.