The Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI)’s Toronto and Area chapter has appointed Sally Thompson as its new president, effective Oct. 20, 2016.
Sally has been a member of the CCI Toronto chapter’s Board of Directors since 2008 in various functions, including service on the Legislative, Conference and Education Committees, and as Vice President. Sally is also a frequent presenter at the Condo Conference and other forums, and is an instructor for CCI Toronto’s Level 300 Reserve Fund course. Sally volunteers with Tarion and ACMO and has been an important contributor to the reform of the Condominium Act, including sitting on the province-wide eleven-member Expert Panel.
Sally is currently Managing Principal at Synergy Partners, a consulting engineering firm that specializes in building engineering, performance audits and reserve fund studies. Sally began her career full-time in 1990 and has spent a significant portion of it to help condominiums assure their long-term financial success using smart planning and spending methods.
“It is a great honour to be asked to lead CCI-Toronto. The chapter has an outstanding board and many dedicated volunteer committee members and speakers,” said Sally, in a press release. “Together, we strive to provide excellent education for Condominium Board Directors, keep our members informed about what is happening in the industry, and push for reform where reform is needed.”
Other CCI Toronto Board Members include 1st vice president Tania Haluk, 2nd vice president Marc Bhalla, secretary/treasurer Bob Girard, immediate past president Mario Deo, and directors Brian Antman, Armand Conant, Brian Horlick, Henry Jansen, Murray Johnson, Sue Langlois, Ernie Nyitrai and Vic Persaud