Our Board Members

The contributions of Community Board Members are vital to the success of Kids Country Club; in the local communities effecting London, Western Region and Cambridge, Central Region.  Community Board Members provide leadership, identify local community needs, and advocate for those needs. They also build partnerships in the community, raise funds, and speak on behalf of our services within the community.

Through their assistance, Community Board Members assist Kids County Club to continue to be a dynamic and responsive community based organization assisting families of MFTD children to receive the services they need.

If our mandates speak to your talents and you are interested in getting involved, give us a call, we would love to hear from you.


Scott Switzer


Scott is a Certified Management Accountant and is the Director of Corporate Services at the London Convention Centre. Scott is involved with Southwest London baseball as a coach and Treasurer. By being involved with Engage London he hopes to be able to give a little back by putting his experiences to use with an area organization that can use a helping hand as well as to be able to receive some mentorship while networking with some of London’s leaders.  Scott, his wife and two kids live in London.

James Shields


Owner/operator of a small business (automotive repair garage) for 30 years in London.  Married for 32 years and has three adult children.  He is on the Board of Directors for industry association AARO (Automotive Aftermarket Retailers of Ontario) for 15 years.

Jennifer Morocco Treasurer

Jennifer has been a proud member of the KCC board since 2015.  She has spent many years working with respite and residential programs for adults and children with disabilities.  Jennifer has held coordination and management positions at VON and provides community services in the London/Middlesex and Elgin area.  Jennifer holds a B.A. Honours in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario.  Jennifer has a deep belief in the importance of respite services for families in our community and is honoured to serve our organization.

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Amal Ismail

Amal is a mother of three with her youngest being a KCC client.  She works casually as an administrator. She is very social and enjoys helping people.

Don Saklofske

Dr. Don Saklofske is a Professor in the Department of Psychology, University of Western Ontario where his research focuses on intelligence, personality, individual differences and psychological assessment.

Margo Collver

Margo is a Registered Social Worker who has worked for over 20 years in the Long-Term Care and Community Support Services sectors.  Currently Margo is the Community & Long Term Care Coordinator with the Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network, working to support organizations, agencies and long term care homes that provide care for people with stroke and their caregivers. She strives to ensure stroke best practices are implemented across the South West region.   Margo lives on the family farm north of London with her husband and 2 sons. 

Chris Dawson

Chris is a partner at Lerners law firm, practicing exclusively in personal injury law and working only for injured people and their families.  Chris is a passionate advocate for his clients where, even from a very young age, he had resolved to fight for those with injuries and disabilities. Chris is involved in many community organizations and strongly believes in giving back to his community.  Chris lives in London with his wife and young children.  

Angela McMillian

Angela has 20 years of experience in healthcare, focused on non-profit management.  She has a demonstrated commitment to best-practice standards and person centred care; and award winning skills in team building, leadership, quality improvement and service delivery.  In her current role as Director of Community Support with Cheshire, Angela oversees Assisted Living and Attendant Outreach programs across multiple counties including the City of London, supporting high risk seniors and adults with significant physical disabilities to remain independent and at home in the community.  Angela lives in London with her husband and two children.