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Carol Moffatt Bailes owned ...
Carol Moffatt Bailes owned her own successful brokerage business in Vancouver, BC.
Now retired, she enjoys the infinite pleasures of life in Vancouver, where she has lived with her husband for the last 8 years.
Prior to that, she held several national sales positions within the Foodservice industry in Canada.
Carol first became involved with Friends of We Care in 1990, and has since served on the Gala committee for several years.
When she moved to BC, she was asked to launch the BC Chapter of Friends of We Care, and has successfully chaired the Annual Bowling Event for 8 years.
This event has raised over $100,000 for the BC Easter Seal Camps.
Carol currently sits on the Board of Directors, representing the interests of Friends of We Care in the west.
Who We Are. WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM OUR FRIENDS.
- Chair Carol Moffatt-Bailes
Ian lives in Oakville with his Mom (Carol) and Dad (Bob) along with his 22 year-old brother (John) who attends the University of Guelph during the school year.
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"The funds raised at the tournament will help send many local children to one of the 3 BC Easter Seals summer camps," said Carol Moffatt, Director of the local Friends of We Care committee.
Friends of We Care
Topline Ventures Inc.
2010 Winner - Carol Moffatt ...
2010 Winner - Carol Moffatt Bailes
Carol started her career in foodservice in 1986 for Dunne Foodservice.
She joined Richardson Foods in 1989 as Eastern Sales Manager.
She became Director of National Accounts before leaving in 1997, and joining McNairn Packaging as National Accounts Manager.
Carol then joined McCormick Canada in 1999 as Accounts Manager Industrial Division.
During her career in foodservice, Carol became active with Friends of We Care through mentors such as Jim MacPherson, Brian Orr and Mark Steepe.
moved to British Columbia in 2002 and started her
own brokerage business, Topline Ventures.
She currently sits on the Board of Directors at We Care and chairs the B.C. Chapter of Friends of We Care where their annual bowling events have raised over $100,000.