Board of Directors

David Estill

David Estill

Board President

David Estill is a Sales and Strategy Manager for Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Limited. He is currently on the Board of Directors of Family & Children’s Services of Guelph and Wellington County and is volunteer mentor for Big Brothers, Big Sisters. He has extensive governance having served on the Boards of Our Energy Guelph, eMerge Guelph, and the Guelph Chamber of Commerce. David and his family reside in Guelph.

Michael Hallett, Board President

Michael Hallett

Board Member

Michael Hallett has been on the Kindle Board of Directors since 2013 and was elected President in 2015. Mike is a CPA, CA with an extensive financial background including roles as a chief financial officer and corporate controller. He is a resident of Guelph.

Al Potma

Al Potma

Board Member

Al Potma is self-employed in the telecommunications field as President of Potma Solutions Inc. which serves the Guelph, Wellington, and Waterloo regions. He has extensive experience with children’s aid societies as a foster parent, adoptive parent, and volunteer driver. He is actively involved with organizations concerned with poverty, housing, civil rights, advocating for children with special needs, and aboriginal issues. He has four children, three of whom are adopted.

Delbert Williams

Delbert Williams

Board Member

Delbert Williams is currently a Support Communicator for Pearl Street Communications in Elora. Delbert started out in marketing and communications by walking alongside brick and mortar small businesses in his current residence of Waterloo region to better embrace the digital needs of their consumers and encouraging a better online connection between the two. His education is in eCommerce and digital marketing, and he is a Wilfrid Laurier Alumnus. He is a resident of Kitchener.

Sheila Markle, CEO

Sheila Markle

CEO

Sheila Markle became CEO of Kindle Communities Inc. in April 2016. She is the Executive Director of Family & Children’s Services of Guelph and Wellington County and has more than 25 years of child welfare experience. She is a strong advocate for children, youth, and families.