Councillor Mary Fragedakis
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Councillor Fragedakis’ appointments
Council and its Committees
- Toronto and East York Community Council, Vice Chair
- Board of Directors of Civic Theatres Toronto
- Board of Directors of The Hummingbird (Sony) Centre for the Performing Arts
- Board of Management of the St. Lawrence Centre for the Performing Arts
- Board of Directors of the Toronto Centre for the Arts
- Economic Development Committee
- Nominating Panel – Committee of Adjustment
- Toronto Music Industry Advisory Council
- Toronto Zoo Board of Management
Other Boards and Committees
- Design Exchange Board of Directors
- East York Foundation Nominating Committee, Mayor’s Designate
- Golden Horseshoe Food and Farming Alliance
- Harbourfront Centre Board of Directors
- Heritage Toronto Board of Directors
- Toronto Arts Council
- Toronto Public Library
- Toronto Transit Commission
Business Improvement Areas
Senior Advisor, Policy & Communications
Mary Fragedakis was elected to Toronto City Council in 2010. As a life-long resident of Ward 29, Mary brings extensive business expertise and strong community-building experience to her role as Councillor.
Prior to her election, Mary served as Vice President of a business-to-business conference company. In 2008, her company was awarded Best Overall Performance for Small Business in Toronto. The award also won Mary recognition for her green advocacy efforts in promoting conferences dedicated to eco-marketing and best practices.
Mary’s dedication to community services led her to co-found the Broadview Community Youth Group (BCYG) in 2007 to engage East York youth from all walks of life in activities to build self-confidence, self-worth and a strong sense of community.
Mary has worked to break down barriers for people of all cultural and socio-economic backgrounds as an outreach community volunteer of the Royal Ontario Museum for 20 years. With her dedication to the arts, Mary participated in the first pilot project in Toronto to make many of Ontario’s public museums and galleries more accessible to new Canadians.
Mary, who lives in Ward 29, holds an MA in Political Science from the University of Toronto.
(Information provided by Councillor)