We are delighted to announce two additions to CRC’s Management Team: Theo Prociw, Housing Services and Drop-In Manager, and Enloe Wilson, Director of Development.
Theo Prociw came on board in October, having worked in social services in various roles for 15 years. Most recently, he has been the Corner Drop-in Coordinator at St. Stephen’s Community House, responsible for the daily operation of a multi service drop-in providing meals and case management. Previous to that, he served as the Acting Manager for the Corner Drop-in and Odette Place Housing, a 12 unit supportive housing rooming house for adult males with self-identified mental health issues. Theo has also worked as a Chef at River Restaurant, a social enterprise training youth in employment and life skills.
Theo comes with strong skillsets in staff supervision, conflict resolution, and drop-in and supportive housing management. He is also a United Way speaker and a trainer for CPI (Non-Violent Crisis Intervention).
Theo loves working with and serving community members and has a passion for food and housing justice. He is particularly excited about coming to Regent Park as he had his start in social services at Bolton Camp working with children from our community.
Enloe joined the CRC in November, after 5+ years as Habitat for Humanity GTA’s Fund Development Manager, Faith & Community. He holds degrees in Communications (Radio & Television Production) and Theology and is currently a DiverseCity Fellow (Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance).
Enloe brings valuable expertise in broad-based fund development strategy and culturally competent relationship building amid our region’s diverse sectors. He looks forward to employing his skills with a priority on developing CRC’s midsize-to-major gift donor pipeline as well as optimizing our current supportive relationships through meaningful, donor-centric stewardship. Enloe’s looking forward to getting to know the Regent Park community.
Enloe enjoyed a tenure in public relations and editorial journalism before relocating to Toronto from the United States to pursue graduate theological study in 2006. An alumnus of UofT’s Emmanuel College, he approaches his work with a grounding in the United Church tradition of social justice and service to those most marginalized. He is inspired by the scope and impact of CRC’s work, and he is grateful for the opportunity to contribute to it.
Please join us in welcoming these two amazing and talented individuals to the CRC team!