Board of Directors

2020 - 2021
Board of Directors
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Andrea Bellenie

Commercial Account Manager

Royal Bank of Canada

Andrea Bellenie graduated from McMaster University, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics.


Andrea has extensive experience in both personal and commercial banking and currently holds the position of a Commercial Account Manager with The Royal Bank of Canada.


As a native Hamiltonian, she is both proud and passionate about the City in which she lives and works and is committed to promoting growth and community involvement. Andrea is honoured to serve as a Member of the Board of Catholic Family Services of Hamilton and looks forward to volunteering with an organization with a mission to provide programming and services designed to improve and strengthen the quality of life of all people in our community.

Dave Borsellino


Dave Borsellino graduated from McMaster University in 1971 with a Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Metallurgy.


During his 35 year career at Dofasco Inc. (ArcelorMittal Dofasco), he held a variety of positions in Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology prior to being appointed Vice President – Manufacturing in 1994. He was in this position until he retired in 2005.  While at Dofasco, he served as Chair of the Board of DJ Galvanizing Corporation, and also Chair of the Hamilton Industrial Environmental Association, and was a Board Member on the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce.


Dave has extensive volunteer experience on various Boards within the St. Joseph’s Healthcare System. As a Director on the System Board, he also served on the Quality Committee of the Board and chaired the Finance Committee.

He also was a Trustee of St. Joseph’s Hospital. While on the Board, he served on numerous committees of the Board, and at various times served as Vice Chair, Chair and Past Chair of the Board, Chair of the Governance Committee, Chair of the Resource Committee, and Chair of the Quality and Mission Committee. 

He also served on the St. Joseph’s Villa Foundation Board, where he was Board Chair, and served on the Governance and Finance Committees.

Ray Di Gregorio
Vice Chair


Camporese Sullivan Di Gregorio, Association

Ray Di Gregorio is a litigation lawyer at the firm of Camporese, Sullivan, Di Gregorio. 


Prior to joining the legal profession, Ray was a reporter at the Hamilton Spectator.


He prides himself on his knowledge of, and affection for, this city and its people, and chose to volunteer his time to Catholic Family Services of Hamilton because of our front-line approach to assisting people in his community.​​


Father Markus


​​Pastor of Canadian Martyrs Parish

Diocese of Hamilton


Father Bradley Markus is the Pastor of Canadian Martyrs in Hamilton and Chaplain to McMaster University.


Father Markus was ordained a priest of Hamilton Diocese in 2011.  Since ordination, he has served at a number of parishes as associate and administrator.  He currently works in assignments with university students, parishioners, patients and families at McMaster Children's Hospital, the Catholic Physician of Hamilton, and in the Vocations Office for the Diocese.


Father Markus has been involved in many areas of social service throughout his life and in his priestly ministry. Most significant for Catholic Family Services of Hamilton is his experience with Family and Children Services of Kitchener-Waterloo and work at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto.

Kim Rynn

Director, HR Business Partner

Kim is a strategic human resources leader with over 20 years of progressive human resources roles and experience across the full spectrum of human resource functions. Kim began her career as an engineer at Dofasco Inc. (ArcelorMittal Dofasco), and transitioned to human resources applying her knowledge of the business and her process design and management skills to HR.  Kim joined Hamilton Health Sciences in 2011 where she led the business partner function and then strategic talent management. Kim is currently Director, HR Business Partner at Metrolinx where she has been since 2018.

Kim is a life long volunteer, starting at 14 as a volunteer in the local hospital, as a leader in student organizations in university, scouting, and Catholic Women’s League. She has accumulated over 20 years of experience as a director with three years on the Robert Land Community Center board and almost 20 years with Compass (formerly North Hamilton Community Heath Centre) where she held the office of Vice Chair, Board Chair (twice!) and participated in or led many committees. Kim is excited to join CFS board as it aligns with her passion for healthcare and strong belief in the social determinants of heath.

Kim graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Bachelor of Applied Science and Engineering (Chemical) and holds a Masters of Business Administration from Athabasca University.

Katherine Short


Retired Treasurer

ArcelorMittal Dofasco

Katharine recently retired from a 34-year career at ArcelorMittal Dofasco. She held the position of Treasurer for eight years where she was responsible for overseeing the company’s treasury operations as well as the management of $2.3 billion in pension and benefit plans. Katharine played a key role in developing and implementing successful pension de-risking strategies, overseeing several financing structures, credit and insurance risk, developing business cases for key strategic capital investments and acted as business sponsor in a new SAP HR Information system upgrade. Katharine held numerous other senior leadership positions across the company including Corporate Finance, Pension Finance & Governance, Investor Relations & Joint Ventures, Corporate & Capital Planning and Utilities Support Services.


As part of her responsibilities, Katharine sat on various ArcelorMittal Dofasco subsidiary boards as well as various pension committees.  Katharine is the past chair of both the ArcelorMittal Dofasco Corporate Community Investment Committee (CCIF) and the Dofasco Employee Donations Fund. She also spent two terms on the Hamilton Health Sciences Board and its various committees.


Katharine holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a degree in Administrative and Commercial Studies (Finance), both from the University of Western Ontario.