Jenny Woods | Chair
A self-motivated professional, Jenny Woods has operated independently since 1994. A member of Belleville Chamber of Commerce, Quinte BNI and Habitat for Humanity, Jenny specializes in corporate and estate clients. Having navigated successfully through many audits, Quinte Business Accounting Services proudly produces financial statements ready for presentation to any financial institution or government department.
Dan Atkinson, MBA, FCA | Past Chair
York MBA 1973
Dan obtained Chartered Accountants designation in 1973, became a Fellow in 2000. He was a partner in a C.A. firm in Toronto until 1989 when the lure of the Quinte area and the purchase of a 150 acre farm in Prince Edward County convinced him to move his wife, Cathy, with two daughters to Belleville. He is a retired partner at Welch & Company and was in charge of the Napanee office. Dan has served on Heritage Belleville for seven years, one year as Chair, President of the Belleville & District Chamber of Commerce in 2001, and President of the Napanee & District Chamber of Commerce in 2004
Maury Flunder | Treasurer
Biography coming soon.
Andrea Kerr | Board Member
Andrea is a Learning Support Coordinator for the Arts, Libraries, Literacy, and Technology at Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board. She supports Arts Education in Kindergarten through to Grade 12, connects classrooms to local artists, and facilitates opportunities for students to participate in gallery visits, cultural events, and performances in our community.
Andrea believes students should view and understand artistic expression from multiple perspectives and create for an audience beyond the school walls. The Arts surround us and creativity can be fostered and learned across all disciplines, so that our students will be able to value, question, generate, challenge, and extend ideas.
Andrea has worked with several organizations to co-plan student events such as the HPEDSB Bandfest, Annual Secondary Art Show at the Parrott Gallery, and the Downtown Belleville Student Art Show. She is currently working on projects to support Indigenous arts and expression, and the use of technology to transform, document, and assess the creative process.
Lise Lindenberg | Honorary Board Member
Lise Lindenberg, a high school teacher, has been teaching Drama, Art and ESL in Belleville for 14 years. Prior to that, she operated a small family business called Porcupine Needles with her mother, sister-in-law, and her husband. Over the 17 years they were in business, they made a wide variety of hand-painted casual clothing. She has been an active member of the Belleville Theatre Guild since her own high school days, and sat on that board for 11 years in a variety of capacities. Since 1993, she has directed numerous full-length plays and musicals in the Quinte region at the Pinnacle Playhouse, at Centennial Secondary School, and for the Gleaner’s Food Bank. Lise has a strong interest in other cultures and is very excited by the lively theatre scene in Belleville and area.
Debbie McKinney | Board Member
Debbie McKinney is currently a realtor with Re/Max Quinte Brokerage Ltd since 2009. Debbie has a diverse background having lived in Europe for 3 years after studying English at Queen’s University. Debbie worked in Public Relations in Toronto and then as a freelance writer when she moved to Belleville with her family in 2005. Her knowledge and background in marketing has been a valuable asset to selling homes in Belleville and Prince Edward County.
Debbie resides in Belleville in Old East Hill with her husband Kelly and together they have four active adventure enthusiast children, Alex, Harry, Hanna and Piper. Debbie is a team player and committed to her family and to community involvement, she played adult recreational soccer for 6 years, she also coached her children in house league soccer over the years, participated in Dancing With The Stars in 2011 & 2012, has been either a volunteer or participant in The County Marathon since 2010, she was a board member for Belleville Ladies Sales and Ad Club for 3 years and serves as a proud and active board member for Pathways to Independence Foundation since 2012.
Heather Cockerline | Secretary
Bio coming soon.
Rick Moulton | Board Member
Rick was born in Toronto and moved to the Quinte Region as a child. He graduated from BCI&VS, and has a diploma from Seneca College, a B.A. from Queen’s University, a B.Ed. from Nipissing University and an M.Ed. from Queen’s University.
Rick has been working part-time as a professor at Loyalist College of Applied Arts and Technology in Belleville since retired from Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board in 2015, after a 32-year career. As a secondary school teacher Rick taught Visual Art, Stage Design, Computer Art and Communication Technology. At Loyalist he has taught numerous media courses in Art and Design as well as Photography and Art general education courses.
Rick, along with his wife Dr. June Rogers, have an 80 acre farm in the Stirling area with horses, dogs and cats. He has been an Auxiliary Police Constable with the Ontario Provincial Police and is an active member of the Porsche Club of America – Upper Canada Region. He also plays blues harp in a rock band.
Rheya Dutkiewicz | Student Representative
Rheya is actively involved in the arts community both at Eastside Secondary School and the local community. Her involvement with the performing arts began in 2010, and since then she has continued performing in plays, musicals and at improv competitions. In addition to her love of performing arts, she has found a passion for playing a variety of musical instruments including piano and trumpet, and also has performed with vocals over a span of six years. She now has the opportunity not only to be actively organizing events at Eastside Secondary School but also to sit on the Board of Directors with the Quinte Arts Council. She is eager to plan events within the community that involve other students in the local arts. Rheya looks forward to the exciting expansion and ever-changing future of the arts in Belleville.