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We have a dedicated board of directors with vast and varied experience from law to corporate development to non-profit management. The board and staff work closely together to create organizational policy, sound financial stewardship and to ensure Volunteer Toronto fulfills its mission.  

Mack Rogers - Secretary, Volunteer Toronto    


Mack Rogers


A long-time volunteer in the areas of mental health, community outreach and adult literacy, Mack, a Program Manager with ABC Life Literacy, wanted to give back to the sector that he believes has given so much to him. His most vivid volunteer experiences include participating in the Toronto Homeless Survey and the career changing experience of volunteering as a tutor at St. Christopher House. He is happy to continue his volunteer journey on the Board where he is excited to grow personally and professionally. 




Roberto Andreacchi - Director, Volunteer Toronto



Roberto Andreacchi


A strong supporter of all Toronto’s professional sports teams, Roberto, a lawyer at McMillian LLP, also has a desire to support the city he loves through volunteer action. His volunteer work is extensive; he is the Co-Founder and Event Chair for Toronto Plays, Legal Consultant at the Centre for Enterprise and Law, Mediation Intern at the University of Windsor's mediation clinic, Caseworker at Community Legal Aid and a student builder for Habitat For Humanity. He believes in the strength of the community and the power of people to make a difference. 



Natalie Brykman - Treasurer, Volunteer Toronto 


Natalie Brykman


New to Toronto, Natalie, a Chartered Accountant with KPMG, recently joined the board after moving from Alberta. She comes to us with a wealth of knowledge and an enthusiasm to promote volunteerism in Toronto. Previously, she served as the Vice President of the Edmonton Family Violence Treatment Center where she provided financial direction and guidance to aid the organization in their strategic decisions. 



Dana Dignard - Director, Volunteer Toronto  


Dana Dignard


It is her longstanding commitment to volunteerism that inspired Dana, a seasoned non-profit director, to join the Volunteer Toronto Board. With a BA from Carleton University and an MBA from the Rotman School of Management, she has worked with leading organizations like Free The Children, both domestically and internationally, in the fight for human rights. In a volunteer capacity, Dana has volunteered at refugee shelters, worked with children with special needs, as well as implemented campaigns for Amnesty International. She believes that donating your time and efforts are good for both yourself and the community. 



Noureen Ali


As a life-long learner who has a passion for leveraging her knowledge and expertise to benefit the community, Noureen joined Volunteer Toronto upon realizing how well its values aligned with her unique experiences. Presently, a Director of Compensation Client Services at Manulife in its Global HR function, Noureen was previously a Team Leader and Consultant at the Aga Khan Development Network’s Time and Knowledge Programme. There she led projects that built skilled human capacity of organizations in developing countries through expertise from top professionals globally, and gained experience in volunteer recruitment, skills matching and outreach. Educated at University of Toronto and Rotman School of Management with a Bachelor in Psychology and a Business Executive Program, Noureen is currently pursuing a Masters of Industrial Relations and Human Resources at University of Toronto and holds a Certified Human Resource Leader (CHRL) designation.  

Mary Ann Istiloglu - Director

MaryAnn Istiloglu


Maryann has a deep love for Toronto, which for her is a collective of distinct and vibrant neighbourhoods. Joining Volunteer Toronto’s Board was a way to support the efforts of local initiatives that keep these neighbourhoods going. Maryann has been a lifelong volunteer within her neighbourhood community, local sports teams, school councils and community fundraising events. As an Executive Director of OACCPP, an association for mental health professionals, Maryann has experience with all aspects of governance and management of non-profit organizations. Maryann has a certificate in Non-profit and Arts Sector management from York University and is currently completing courses towards her Certificate in Association Management.  


Maya Mboup


With a passion for giving back to her community, Maya Mboup has been an active supporter of various nonprofit and start-up organizations globally. In addition to serving as a Board of Director for Volunteer Toronto, Maya also serves on the Boards of Adventure Place and the Canada-Southern Africa Chamber of Business. As the winner of the Miss AfriCanada heritage pageant in 2010, Maya advocated on the importance of education and youth empowerment and continued her work around youth empowerment by serving on the Youth Advisory Board of the United Nations Human Settlements Program (UN-Habitat) from 2012 to 2015. Maya is a Senior Consultant with Deloitte’s Technology Consulting practice. Outside of her regular client work, she also provides pro-bono consulting services to Toronto based start-ups. Mboup holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Ryerson University.  


Geoff McIlmoyle


Geoff recently joined the Volunteer Toronto and is excited to be working for an organization with a strong sense of community, leadership and governance. Geoff is an Associate Vice President with Canadian Tire Corporation and holds both a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Financial Analysis designation. Geoff brings a broad array of skills to the Board of Directors including financial advisory, strategy development, consensus building and negotiations.  

Trevor Zeyl - Board Chair, Volunteer Toronto 

Trevor Zeyl


Upon realizing how important and valued Volunteer Toronto was in the community, Trevor, a lawyer with Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP, decided it was an organization he wanted to get more involved with. Educated at the London School of Economics, the University of Windsor and Wilfrid Laurier University, Trevor’s volunteer experience extends to such organizations Right to Play, where Trevor sits on the executive committee of Right to Play’s Young Professionals Committee, the United Way, where Trevor has acted as a fundraising coordinator for the Federated Health Drive Campaign and currently sits on Norton Rose’s United Way fundraising committee, and Dignitas International, an international medical humanitarian organization, where Trevor founded Dignitas International student chapter at the London School of Economics. Trevor has been with the Board for 3 years. 

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Volunteer Toronto Office

344 Bloor Street West, Suite 404
Toronto, ON
M5S 3A7

T. 416-961-6888
F. 416.961.6859

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