Diane is a long-time resident of LacLu and LOWDPOA member. She has been active in regional business and volunteer efforts for many years, making a real difference to her communities. Her extensive network throughout northwestern Ontario will also help expand LOWDPOA relationships and engagement in the district. Diane’s leadership experience and strong management skills will ensure our association will remain strong and grow into the future.
Linda lives in Kenora, with a cottage on Treaty Island and was most recently the Executive Director of the Royal Lake of the Woods Yacht Club. Prior to that, she was the Sales and Catering Manager at the Best Western Lakeside Inn. Her strong relationships with both local and seasonal residents, coupled with her management and program development experience, will be a real benefit to the association.
Kylee Neniska, on the left, has lived and grown up on Blacksturgeon her whole life. She is finishing up her last year of Environmental Assessment Restoration diploma in Lethbridge Alberta, while exploring the Rockies. Her main focus in school is invasive species and environmental management, this passion will allow hard work and focus during the summer working for our association and Ontario federation of anglers and hunters.
ReedCupeiro, centre, lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba but has spent his summers down at the Lake. Reed resides on Granite Lake at his family cabin and spends lots of his time out on the water. Growing up in the Lake of The Woods area has given him a passion for lake life which he hope to spread through the LOWDPOA organization. Reed is currently studying agriculture at the University of Manitoba and is entering his third year of study this fall.
Krista Robertson, on the right, has grown up in Kenora, and spends her summers at a family cottage in Andrew Bay on Lake of the Woods. Krista is studying biology at Queen’s University and will be entering her second year this fall. She has extensive knowledge of the lake and the surrounding area, as well as passion for it’s sustainability. Her love for the lake will create a strong voice for the association during the 2017 summer months.