Andrew Gray – Board Chair
Andrew Gray is a partner at a Toronto law firm. He lives in central Toronto with his family, and has been involved as a volunteer in work addressing housing and food insecurity and community and individual capacity-building for many years. Andrew also sat on the board of Fred Victor and was chair of CRC prior to its amalgamation with Fred Victor. He attended the University of Toronto, earning BA, MA, PhD and LLB degrees. He has taught for many years as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Andrew joined the board of All Saints in 2020.
Bruce Stewart – Treasurer
Bruce Stewart is a CPA and retired IT director who spent much of his career in property management. He lives in the heart of downtown Toronto and is a long-time volunteer with the Rotary Club. Though Rotary and other volunteer organizations, Bruce has been involved in outreach for over 20 years.
The Reverend Canon Richard Dentinger
Richard has been a priest since 1990 and retired in 2019. During his sixteen-year ministry with the Diocese, he held the positions of Manager of Human Resources and then as the Director of Human Resources. He was also an honorary assistant at St. Peter’s, Erindale parish in Mississauga.
Prior to 2003, he worked as a human resource professional in the transportation, automotive and service sectors. He also has full-time parish ministry experience. Richard continues to minister as an honorary assistant at St. John’s parish in Ancaster, Ontario in the Diocese of Niagara. He is also a volunteer with the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington.
Tracy Chong – Member
Tracy has spent over 25 years as a business and brand strategist and calls herself a “recovering marketer.” She spent her formative years at BBDO, FCB and other notable agencies and then did strategic and research work for businesses like Microsoft Xbox and start-ups in neuroscience wearable tech and green tech. She then ventured into brand valuation and co-developed the Brand Economics(tm) approach, identifying the organizational brand drivers and customer experience interactions with the greatest financial upside and/or risk for crisis management. She has contributed to new financial brand measurement standards working with MASB, LES and Forbes CMO Practice. She has two neuro-science patents, is obsessed with dogs, and has a lifelong passion for helping people in need.
Annie Hodgins – Member
Annie is the Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Housing Rights where she works with communities, advocates and governments to advance the right to housing. In previous roles, Annie worked directly with thousands of renters impacted by housing insecurity and the threat of eviction. She is passionate about ensuring that legislation, policy, and services are responsive to the needs of vulnerable populations.