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Board of Directors

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Are you passionate about local business?  Do you want to have your voice heard and be part of the growing local business community?  Why not consider joining our Board of Directors?  We meet once a month at the SEGBAY office and participate in many events around the region.  Contact Sara at 705-756-4863 or for more information!



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Negin Company

Negin is the Director at Christie’s Mill Inn & Spa.  Negin has 5 yrs experience running her own consultant company specializing in real estate development, and 13 years experience in the finance industry.  Negin has been on the SEGBAY Board of Directors for 2 years.  Negin also serves on the Muskoka Tourism Board and has recently been appointed the vice-chairperson of the board.

Vice President

Fred Wareing

Fred Wareing

Fred Wareing is the current Vice President of the Chamber and has been on the board since 2012.  Fred has been the chair of the Chamber’s Golf Tournament in support of the Georgian Bay General Hospital Foundation and Wendat Seniors Programs.  Fred is a retired executive who has lived in Port Severn since 2006.  Fred is a member of the Georgian Bay Council appointed Community Advisory Group for the Honey Harbour Waterfront Improvement Program.


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Roni Carli

Roni Carli is the owner of Port Severn General Store since May 2014. She has made Port Severn her home, lifestyle and business. Roni’s focus is to always be the friendly go-to store for customers daily grocery needs and for fun and tasteful gift items. Roni also believes in giving back to the community and supports several local charity events.  Roni is currently the secretary-treasurer of SEGBAY Chamber of Commerce.


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Mary Chmiel
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Manager & Executive Director Sara Reimer

Sara is a graduate of Georgian College with a degree in Business Administration.  She has worked in various accounting, planning and administration positions over the years until her decision to leave the workforce to raise a family.   A resident of the area, and having spent her childhood as a cottager in the Gloucester Pool and Little Lake areas, Sara has a wide knowledge of the region.  She has volunteered for many significant events in the area, including the Canada 150 activities, and the GPCA’s annual Canoe for Cancer event that she coordinates.  She also serves as a director with the Gloucester Pool Cottagers’ Association.

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