Sheena joined the Downtown Georgetown BIA in the role of Manager in November 2017. For three seasons Sheena served as the Georgetown Farmers Market Manager and was a key contributor to the Main Market Collective, a pop-up project which showcased our Farmers' Market artisans and helped to fill underutilized retail space in Downtown Georgetown. Most recently, she was the Acton BIA manager where her major achievements included leading Acton through the final development and first year of execution for its Strategic Plan which included working closely with the Town of Halton Hills. She coordinated multiple major events, such as the Acton Leathertown Festival. Sheena has valuable experience, knowledge and a passion for Downtown Georgetown!
Beverley King - Board Chair
Randy Kerman - Secretary
Jane Fogal was first elected to Halton Hills Town Council in 1998 and was appointed to the BIA at that time. She served on the BIA board until 2010 and after 5 years was reappointed in 2015. Jane brings to the table valuable knowledge of municipal resources and processes.
As an advocate for healthy living including cycling and walking, Jane supports making Georgetown more bicycle and pedestrian friendly. She chairs the Bicycle Friendly Halton Hills Committee, who organizes the annual 'Bike-it to the Market' in partnership with the Georgetown Farmers Market and advocates for trail development and connectivity in Halton Hills. Jane is also a volunteer member of the Halton Hills Cultural Roundtable that promotes cultural activity in the downtown core.
Sandy Mackenzie - Vice Chair
Sandy was born and raised, in Downtown Georgetown. He has worked, constructed buildings, run family-owned businesses and made merry in Downtown Georgetown his entire life. Sandy has held a seat on Town Council and is past chair of the Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce. If you ever played rugby in Georgetown then Sandy has coached you. Sandy has sat on and chaired many community committees and projects and has been on the BIA for a number of terms. Sandy is the BIA’s personal “in-house expert” for all things Georgetown and especially Downtown Georgetown.