Last updated Aug 24, 2015
Ann Hoggarth has over 25 years experience in the public education system. She is an elementary school teacher and a past president of the Simcoe County Elementary Teachers Federation.
Throughout her career, Ann’s commitment went beyond the classroom, she was a tireless advocate for her students, parents and education professionals. In 2001, Ann was the recipient of the Elementary Teacher’s Federation of Ontario President’s Award for her outstanding contributions.
As an active member in her community, Ann was the former president of the Barrie Skating Club, a position she held for 7 years. Working alongside Doug Leigh and city council, the Mariposa School of Skating was moved to its new home at the Allandale Recreation Centre. Ann was also involved in the community discussions that resulted in the successful completion of the Barrie Molson Centre.
Ann was awarded the Queen’s Jubilee Award in 2003 for her hard work and dedication in the community and the education sector.
Ann currently serves as the Chair of the Standing Committee on Finance & Economic Affairs and is the Parliamentary Assistant to the Ministry of Community and Social Services.
Ann lives and works in Barrie, she has two daughters and two grandchildren.
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