Sarah Watts-Rynard has a passion for not-for-profit work, especially in the area of skills development in technical occupations and the skilled trades. As a result, she’s built strong relationships with government and a knowledge base related to skills gaps in Canada’s high-demand occupations.
With a background in communications, journalism and government relations, she’s applied her expertise to the WinSETT board specifically in the areas of advancing womens’ careers in hands-on occupations.
A mother to two daughters, Watts-Rynard is proud to volunteer with WinSETT, citing it as a deeply rewarding experience that gives her an appreciation for how dedicated women, working together, can make an impact for future generations of women in male-dominated occupations.
When she’s not at work, you can probably find Watts-Rynard travelling to far-off places, hitting a few balls on the links, or indulging in a good book.