Tim Fox, Executive Director
Tim Fox is a proud graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University. He has a strong background in economic development, downtown development and, for the past 15 years, charitable fund development. He has owned his own consulting businesses, been a municipal liaison to the film industry and has served as the Executive Director of the Atlantic Canada Branch of The Kidney Foundation of Canada. Tim and his family have adopted two former racing greyhounds and Tim volunteers as a coach with the Capital Area Predators Jr. Girls Tackle Football team and sits on the Telus Atlantic Canada Community Board.
Ruth Carter, originally from Nova Scotia, has called Fredericton home since 1979 and has worked at the Fredericton Community Foundation since 2005. Her favorite part of working at the FCF is getting to know all of the local charities and the donors that support them.
Over the years, Ruth has volunteered with many local non-profit organizations but her two favorite charities are the Fredericton SPCA and the Fredericton Therapeutic Riding Association. Ruth received a Citation Award from the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists and the New Brunswick Association of Occupational Therapists and the Disability Awareness Week Award from the Premiers Council on the Status of Disabled Persons for her work with therapeutic riding in New Brunswick.
Janet Proude, Logistics Officer
Janet works with us part time (Mondays and Tuesdays), and is responsible for database management as well as the logistics around our events. Janet worked for NB Natural Resources, Forest Management Branch, for 28 years until early retirement in 2011. She has been volunteering with the Fredericton SPCA since 2010. Since 2011 she has been responsible for preparing a receipt file and printing receipts. She also does animal statistics, and cash summaries on a monthly basis. She is a member of Team Tiny, and has been sewing and selling items on behalf of the FSPCA Medical Fund for special needs animals since 2012. This Medical Fund was originally started by Tiny, the overweight cat that was dropped off at the Shelter weighing 30.2 lbs.