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Maria N Thornton
Director, Interim Resource Solutions
We would like to welcome Maria to the PTC Family!
With over 15-years finance and operational leadership experience, Maria decided to make a professional change by joining PTC in 2013. Maria brings a broad range of experience in manufacturing, service, and wholesale industries, in both public and privately held corporations. Obtaining her CGA Designation in 2006, Maria has been able to assist organizations with new business development and strategic financial growth opportunities.
Maria is an active community member and volunteers time as Board Chair to Halton Food for Thought, a NFP organization focused on promoting the connection between healthy food choices and improved learning through the provision of breakfast, lunch or snacks at school or community-based sites.
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