Thomas Kendell is a retired educator who worked with visually impaired and blind students throughout most of his career. He has expertise in the area of Education and Special Education and has extensive volunteer experience with many community groups over the years.
He currently serves as vice chair of the Board of Trustees for Central Health, a member of the Board Executive and the Governance Committee. He also serves as a member of the South and Central Health Foundation and is co-chair of the Grand Falls-Windsor and area Community Advisory Committee on Primary Health Care.
Mr. Kendell has completed courses and received certificates through ICD (Institute of Corporate Directors) on Board Oversight of Strategy and Political Intelligence for Boardrooms and attended a National online and interactive Conference in May 2020 on the next level of Governance for the New Normal.
Mr. Kendell holds Bachelor degrees from Memorial University (Education and Special Education) and a Diploma from the University of British Columbia teaching students who are visually impaired and blind. He has also completed graduate courses in the field of Educational Psychology and Special Education.