McColl takes over as president of Lindsay Chamber

By Lindsay Advocate

Dawn McColl. Photo: Sienna Frost.

A long-time resident of Kawartha Lakes, Dawn McColl has become the newest president of the Lindsay + District Chamber of Commerce (LDCC).

McColl takes over from Roderick Benns who was president of the chamber for the past three years. Benns will now serve as past president for one year.

McColl is currently the assistant executive director at VCCS Employer Services based in Lindsay. 

She has worked in the employment services field for more than 16 years in a variety of roles and she is also the past chair of the Workforce Development Board.

The new president says she is excited about the LDCC’s year ahead.

“I am looking forward to supporting the board in this new role as we continue to provide leadership, service and advocacy for our Chamber members.”

The rest of the newly elected LDCC board includes Walyon Skinner, vice president, Shana Kelly, secretary, Samantha Burke, treasurer, and Dr. Brett Goodwin, Joby Lake, and Janet Di Bello serving as directors.


  1. Congratulations Dawn. We at EQU are looking forward to working with you and I would be happy to assist in any committee work needed.

    Marlene Morrison Nicholls

  2. Jennifer Tamlin says:

    Congratulations Dawn. As always moving forward.

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