Ronna Warsh, a leadership coach and consultant, is a 35-year veteran in the human services field. She’s a former Community Development and Health Commissioner for the City of Windsor, and she served the province as a community programs manager with the Ministry of Community and Social Services and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.
Warsh has worked in small non-profits and in government at the municipal and provincial levels, collaborating with agencies that provide health care, child welfare, employment, development services, child care and children’s mental health services. She has held leadership positions on several boards, is a founding board member of a successful Family Health Team and has worked closely with many funders of human services including government and private donors.
As Windsor’s Community Development and Health Commissioner, Warsh oversaw a staff of 850 and a budget of $250 million.
She has a B.A. in psychology and a master’s degree in Special Education from the University of Windsor and an Early Childhood Education diploma from Seneca College.
Warsh was appointed to Council in April 2014.