Carla Reid is the President of the Centennial College Alumni Association Board of Directors. Carla is a graduate of Legal Administration, 2004 and Law Clerk, 2006 programs. Upon graduating Carla joined William A. Sullivan Law, practicing Family Law for 10+ years alongside William A. Sullivan until Mr. Sullivan was appointed a Superior Court Judge in Brampton in 2015. During Carla’s career with William A. Sullivan she was part of a team that developed an online billing system for the Ministry of the Attorney General, Office of the Children’s Lawyer. Carla took a big step to be an entrepreneur by making the decision to practice independently in 2015. Carla practiced as a Legal Administrator/Law Clerk/Paralegal in the GTA for 3 years. Carla is now a senior Registrar with the Ministry of Attorney General at the Superior Court of Justice. When Carla is not providing legal services she loves to travel and sew.
Marlon Inniss is the Vice-President of the Centennial College Alumni Association Board of Directors and a graduate of Mechanical Engineering, 1990. Currently Marlon is the General Manager at Bobrick Washroom Equipment Co. in Toronto. Previously Marlon worked for 12 years at the SkyDome as a security supervisor. Marlon’s career and life experience has led him to be a Resource Speaker at United Way. He also combined his love of sports and business acumen as the past President of Ajax Pickering Dolphins Football Club. Marlon is looking forward to helping improve involvement, communications and enhancing the CCAA’s social media presence. We celebrated together when Marlon was named an Alumnus of Distinction in 2019. Marlon enjoys travel, the cinema when he has free time and enjoying Toronto sports, especially the Raptors and Argos.
Donna Robertson is the Chair of the Centennial College Alumni Association Board of Directors and a graduate of Recreation and Leisure, 1992. Currently Donna is the Director of the Thornecliff Park Daycare Centre and previously worked for the Region of Peel conducting quality assessments for child care centres. Donna is proud of her work with families throughout her career and helping grow the CCAA over the years. She is looking forward to bringing in new members and awareness of the Centennial College Alumni Association. When she’s not working, Donna enjoys being the mother to two children and a grandmother of one.
Andrea Harper is the Treasurer of the Centennial College Alumni Association Board of Directors and a 2007 graduate of the Child and Youth Worker Program (CYW). Currently she is a Personal Support Worker (PSW). After having spent many years working with children and youth she made the decision to work with an older population and finds many of the skills she gained in her child and youth work transferrable. She is really grateful for the friendships she has made over the years, working in various Social fields. On the Board of Directors, Andrea hopes to help students remain engaged and connected with other Centennial College Alumni through networking and hosting events. Andrea loves to travel, and hopes to do this more frequently.
Amy Sit is the Secretary of the Centennial College Alumni Association Board of Directors and a graduate of Recreation and Leisure, 2007. Currently she is a coordinator with the West Scarborough Neighbourhood Centre where her responsibilities include coordinating licensed daycares and has coordinated the Boys & Girls Club in West Scarborough. As a board member, she is driven to help other alumni connect with the community and encourage graduates from all years attend events and network with each other. When she has some down time, Amy enjoys watching movies, tv shows and reading.
Randine is a Director-At-Large on the Centennial College Alumni Association Board of Directors. She graduated from the Community Development Work program in 2019. She currently works in real estate and volunteers within her community. As a CCAA board member, she hopes to assist in creating a more inclusive and accessible community for the incoming and current Centennial College Alumni — both near and far.
Justin Paolo Lim is a Director-At-Large on the Centennial College Alumni Association Board of Directors. While first time member of the CCAA board, Justin served on the Centennial College Student Association Board of Directors for two years and received the CCSAI Board Member of the Year award in 2019. He graduated from the Architectural Technology program in 2019 with honours and a Distinction in Leadership. He received the President’s Spirit Award in 2019. As a CCAA board member Justin would like to be the voice of Centennial College’s international alumni and work with the board to get more alumni, international and domestic, involved and engaged with CCAA’s projects. Justin works as a customer service supervisor at a Canadian telecommunication company and enjoys spending his free time volunteering, travelling, exploring various cuisines, and immersing himself in the arts.
Alex Taraiev is a Director-At-Large on the Centennial College Alumni Association Board of Directors. He is a graduate of both International Business Management in 2014 and Project Management in 2015. Currently he is a financial consultant with IG Wealth Management and keeps himself busy by serving on other boards and committees including the Fundraising Committee at Ukrainian Canadian Congress and Ukrainian Canadian Professional Business Association along with others. Alex would like to see CCAA as a key department at Centennial College that engages students early in their journey (as soon as they start studying at our school) and maintain them engaged/active long after they graduated (regardless of where they will be at that time across the world). He also wants to see it as the biggest and strongest Alumni Association across North America. Alex enjoys golfing, jogging, playing soccer and reading.
Laura Morra is a Director-At-Large on the Centennial College Alumni Association Board of Directors. She graduated from the Corporate Communication Public Relations program in 2014, and is the recipient of the Distinction in Leadership award. During her time on the board, Laura would like to bring her passion and enthusiasm to engage and support alumni to ensure their education at Centennial College leaves the lasting impression encapsulated in CCAA’s motto: “Centennial First, Alumni Forever.” Currently she is a full-time International Language Instructor where she plans programs for primary, junior and intermediate grades. Her other passions include: interior design, Latin dancing, kick-boxing, Co-Ed Badminton, travelling, and cooking Italian and French cuisines. She is a proud mother of three young adults and also hosts international students from across Europe. Laura is enthusiastic about using the rest of her free time serving as an active member on the CCAA board