Board of Directors
Arash Farajian, President
Arash is currently a Business Process Analyst at the City of Toronto. Prior to starting his career, he was a student leader and extensively involved through entrepreneurship clubs while in university. His passion for giving back to the community started well before entering the work force by helping new entrepreneurs transforming their dreams to reality. Arash earned his Bachelor of Commerce from Ryerson University while on the Dean’s List.
Sunny Puri, Treasurer
Sunny currently works in the M&A group at RBC Capital Markets. Prior to joining RBC, Sunny worked in the Audit and Assurance Group of Price Waterhouse Coopers. Sunny holds a BBA from York University’s Schulich School of Business and is a Chartered Accountant.
Jennifer Lindover, Vice President/Director
Jennifer’s biggest passion is working with children with exceptionalities such as Autism, Down syndrome and the medically fragile. Jennifer currently volunteers her mornings at a nursery school for children with autism. In the past, Jennifer ran her own fund-raising organization for children’s charities, and, volunteered as a full service wish grantor for terminally ill children and play therapist on the oncology floor of Sick Kids Hospital.
Nadine D’Aguiar, Legal Liaison/Director
Nadine is a lawyer, patent agent and trademark agent practicing in the area of intellectual property law with Cognition LLP.
Tom Davidson, Director
Tom is the owner and CEO of Nisim International, a hair care manufacturing company specializing in products for people with hair loss or wanted to grow their hair longer and faster. As well as owing several other small to medium size manufacturing companies, Tom has been on several non-profit and volunteer. Tom chose to work with ACVF because its cause appeals emotionally and fits with his companies’ corporate objectives to give back to the community.
Cheryl Sandhu, Director
For over 26 years, Cheryl has been employed by CIBC-Mellon. For the last 20, she has been a Trade Specialist at CIBC-Mellon Global Securities.
As a Member of A Child’s VoiceFoundation you must be 18 years of age or older and wish to make a commitment to the foundation through your participation and involvement in various foundation activities and initiatives. A Member of the foundation is eligible to vote at the Annual General Meeting, however, with the provision that the date of membership is 30 calendar days before the Annual General Meeting. Members of the foundation are encouraged and welcomed to sit on the various committees and volunteer time when available.
If you are interested in becoming a Member of A Child’s Voice Foundation please click here to download an application and submit it to the foundation.
The purpose of the role of a Director of the Board is to make a commitment to the mission of A Child’s Voice Foundation™ and its programs by their active involvement in all Board meetings and Foundation activities. A Director of the Board is appointed by the Executive Committee to provide additional support to the Board of Directors. Each Director of the Board is to actively participate in discussions and decisions of the Board and to provide volunteer support when needed.
A Child’s Voice Foundation
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A Child’s Voice Foundation™ is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating and managing programs that provide tangible help and will make a real difference in the lives of financially disadvantaged children in Canada. Our mission is to support and enhance the physical and emotional well-being of these children by providing products and services not otherwise provided by levels of government, insurance or other organizations. We strive to fill in the cracks, bridge the gap and open a door when all others have closed.
For over 17 years, the foundation has worked to improve the lives of children across Canada through its programs, Angel Hair for Kids® and Kids Life Line™.