Julianne Vogt, B.Sc., MBA, CPA, CMA
Chief Executive Officer
She is the President/Founder of Integrisys Communications Group based in Manchester, NH – a communications infrastructure firm specializing in the installation of fiber and other data communications cabling. Integrisys is going strong with over 15 years in business and remains a pillar in the low-voltage construction industry.
No stranger to the not-for-profit arena (she served as Treasurer and then Board Chair of NH’s Women’s Business Center 2010 – 2012) Julie is excited to be both back in Canada and to be leading the OSC through an exciting period of change as it looks forward to the 2020’s.
Coordinator, Finance and Administration
Sherry has more than 20 years of experience working as a bookkeeper and administrator, and is an Algonquin College Continuing Education student working towards an Accounting certificate.
Sherry is the proud mother of a grown daughter and son, and step-mother and “Nan” to her husband Steve’s two daughters and grandchildren. Living in the small country community of Constance Bay, Sherry and her family enjoy snowmobiling in the winter and hitting the beach in the summer.
Coordinator, Human Resources and Finance
Erin attended Saint Mary’s University and Algonquin College, and is enrolling part-time to finish her degree in Business of Commerce.
Commuting from her home in Casselman, newly married and happy mother and step-mother to three beautiful girls (and a new puppy), Erin leads a happy and busy life!
Manager, School Zone Safety Programs
Kelly is excited to lend her experience and skill set to the School Zone Safety programs at the Ottawa Safety Council, which include the Adult Crossing Guard, Walking School Bus and Pedestrian Safety Education programs, and ensuring that Ottawa’s children get to and from school safely every day!
Coordinator, School Zone Safety Programs
Virginia is a proud mother of four grown children with a lifetime love for people and animals alike.
In this new role she hopes to further the reach of safety in the Ottawa community by aiding all program coordinators anyway she can.
Kerry has been an Instructor for the Gearing Up Motorcycle Training Program for 2 years and is passionate about riders riding well geared and as safely as possible.
Her main hobbies are motorcycling and all things hands on that require a touch of creativity including: beading, knitting, and digital painting, just to name a few.
Kerry shares her life with a menagerie of pets. These include her dogs, birds, fish, and scaly friends.
Drinks of choice: Wheat beer, Cider, Muskoka blueberry or cranberry wine.
Kerry would like to thank her loving companion, friend, husband, for his continued support without which she could never have thought or dreamed to be the person she is today.
Coordinator, Best Fit Program