ISAND Appoints New Board Chair
Toronto, ON (March 25, 2020) – Integrated Services for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (ISAND) is very pleased to announce the appointment of Tina Capobianco as Board Chair effective March 24, 2020. Tina is Senior Vice president at JD Factors in Mississauga. JD Factors is a leader in Accounts Receivable Factoring providing large and small businesses a broad range of services, including assistance with their cash flow needs. The Mississauga office is one of four North American Operations Centres.
Tina holds a BA (Honours) from the University of Toronto and the designation of Certified Account Executive in Factoring (CAEF). Tina has been a long-time supporter of ISAND and was appointed to the ISAND Board of Directors in June 2018.
“We are very pleased to have Tina accept the position of the Board Chair. Her understanding of the organization, enthusiastic dedication to our aims, and her ongoing support of ISAND are greatly appreciated and will help to drive the agency forward” said Bob Butella, Executive Director.
Tina has replaced Mike Moran, a long standing Board Member and Chair of the Board since 2016. Mike has played a pivotal role in the development and success of ISAND. Mike will maintain a seat on the Board of Directors and will assume the position of Past Chair.
“As an organization, we have benefitted so much from Mike’s leadership and would like to thank him for his efforts and successes in the role”, states Tina Capobianco. “As the incoming Chair, I’m also very happy to know that Mike will continue his involvement with the Board of Directors”.
ISAND is a registered non-profit organization that serves children, youth and young adults living with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders. ISAND’s integrated team of clinicians represent nine distinct disciplines including: developmental paediatrics; clinical psychology; behaviour therapy; occupational therapy; speech and language therapy; social work; nutrition; rhythmic movement; and education. ISAND’s scientific advisory panel assists with research leading to enhanced program development. Our unique multi-disciplinary (integrated) approach to services leads to enhanced outcomes for clients and their families. For more information, visit www.isand.ca