Our Board of Directors
Anna is a graduate of the University of Waterloo (English/Psychology) and Ryerson University (Radio and Television Arts). As Executive Vice President of a Marketing agency, Anna leads the Creative and Production team to deliver performance creative solutions across all TV and digital channels.
Anna’s journey with Interval House started when her agency was asked to create an informercial for Interval House over 20 years ago. It was a challenging, emotional, heartbreaking, and hopeful experience – one that has had a lasting impact on Anna and created a lifelong connection with Interval House, coming full circle when she joined our board in 2021.
Currently serving as Treasurer of the Board, Linda Tung-Prangley has been involved with Interval House since 2010. She continues to be inspired by the organization’s mission to empower women and its forward and leading vision in the Violence Against Women (VAW) sector. Linda is a graduate of the University of Toronto (Victoria College) and is a local entrepreneur who owns her own small business.
Charmaine Ewing-Chow works in Finance at a multi-national Advertising company. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario and, just a few years later, attained another certification from Ryerson University. As a long-time board member, Charmaine is committed to Interval House and truly believes in the work being done to empower women survivors of intimate partner violence and their children. Charmaine is proud to be part of such an admirable organization, doing such fantastic work improving people’s lives.
Heather McLean is a fundraising professional with over 15 years of experience in educational philanthropy, alumni relations and volunteer empowerment. Heather has an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Economics and European Studies from the University of Toronto. She joined the Board at Interval House in 2013 and remains deeply committed to helping prevent and address violence against women.
Michele Grannen has been a board member at Interval House for 5 years. She is a graduate of Western University and has had a career in the Financial sector for 30 years. Michele has always been passionate about helping women survivors of intimate partner violence, especially through her involvement with Interval House, which provides incredible support and resources to women who are fleeing abuse. She admires the staff, whom she describes as “second to none” and is proud to be on Interval House’s Board of Directors.