Patricia Clark, Incumbent Councillor, Mulmur

My family and I have lived in Dufferin County for 33 years; 10 years in Orangeville and 23 years in Mulmur. We have thoroughly enjoyed the lifestyle that Mulmur offers, and I want to ensure that Mulmur continues to maintain the rural and agricultural integrity that we all enjoy.

My career for the past 40 years was as an Executive Director for both a provincial and a national organization in the health and fitness field. For the past 15 years with Active Aging Canada, I was successful in securing over $2.9 million in grant funding. I have developed strong skills in finance, leadership, project management, human resources, organization, and administration. Those skills have been of great benefit to me in my last four years as a Councillor for Mulmur.

I have also always worked in a ‘can do’ environment. If something needs to be done, then let’s figure out how we can do it, and not say we can’t because of a list of issues or problems.

I have recently retired from my full-time work and now have more time to enjoy other aspects of life. My husband and I live on a small hobby farm which keeps us busy. But I also enjoy hiking and biking in the area. Music and recreation have always been important aspects of my life. I have been a bagpiper with the Sandhill Pipes and Drums for 6 years and I enjoy many recreational activities, including badminton with the Alliston Badminton Club.

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