Toronto, ON WW/Press/September 16, 2015 –Sally Horsfall Eaton, SSStJ, CD, RN, LL.D, Chancellor, with George Brown College, was selected for inclusion in the forthcoming Top Professionals in Education of North America 2015-16 edition of The Who’s Who Directories.
The accomplishments and achievement nts attained by Ms. Sally Horsfall Eaton, in the field of Education Services, warrants inclusion into The Top Professionals in Education of North America. George Brown College offers 149 full-time and 224 continuing education programs across a wide variety of professions to a student body of approximately 84,000 full time, part-time and continuing education students. Students can earn diplomas, post-graduate certificates, Industry accreditations, and bachelor degrees. As inaugural Chancellor Ms. Horsfall Eaton is the titular head of the college, involved in all aspects of graduation and events, presenting degrees, diplomas and certificates.
Ms. Horsfall Eaton also served as a Trustee of McMaster University and was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree by Ryerson University where she sits on a Deans Advisory Committeeee. She was awarded the 2006 Outstanding Volunteer Award and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal. Ms. Horsfall Eaton is a Serving Sister for the Order of St. John and Honorary Colonel 32 Signal Regiment. The Sally Horsfall Eaton Centre for Community Health at Ryerson University and The Sally Horsfall Eaton School of Nursing at George Brown College were both named after Ms. Horsfall Eaton.
Ms. Horsfall Eaton is the Founding Executive Director of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Past Chair of the Boards of St. John’s Rehabilitation Hospital and BREAKFAST FOR LEARNING Canadian Living Foundation. She also Chaired The Advisory Board on the Voluntary Sector for the Premier’s Office in Ontario, was a Director of Green Shield Canada, the Centre For Studies of Children at Risk, and the Public Representative on the Appeals Committeeee of the Institute of Chartered Accounts of Ontario, National Honorary Colonels Executive Council. Sally was previously Director of The Niagara Institute, the Metro Toronto and Region Conservation Foundation, the Canadian Coordinating Council on Deafness, Founding Chair of VOICE for Hearing Impaired Children, Director of the Ontario Coordinating Council for the Hearing Impaired, and The Canadian Hearing Society. She also served on the Faculty of the Humber College/CCP certificate course on Fund Raising Management, was Honorary Chair, Festival of International Conferences on Caregiving, Disability, Aging and Technology (FICCDAT) 2007 & 2011. Founding Managing Director of The Canadian Hearing Society Foundation.
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