On November 19th, be sure to join us as Toronto’s Deputy Mayor Ana Bailao, provides us with an update on our city and how it’s doing......
Guest Speaker:  Deput Mayor, Ana Bailão
Friday, November 19, 2021 - at The National Club, 303 Bay Street, Toronto 
Also: Virtual Meeting Time: Members Segment Login Time: 12:00 Noon, Guests: 12:15pm to 1:15 PM - 
Rotary Virtual Meeting via TEAMS! (Use LinkedTree Link)
Topic: An Update on our City and How it is Doing. 
Host:  President Elect, Jayson Phelps
Rotarian and Guests: RSVP to office@rotarytoronto.com
if using TEAMS to be admitted to the meeting.
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do not necessarily reflect the official views or opinions, policy or position of The Rotary Club of Toronto or its Members.
Deputy Mayor Ana Bailão
Deputy Mayor Ana Bailão serves as City Councillor for Ward 9 (Davenport).  She has been a member of Toronto City Council since 2010 and was re-elected in 2018.
As well as serving as a Deputy Mayor, she is the Chair of the Planning and Housing Committee, one of the City's four critical decision making committees along with being a member of the City's Executive Committee.  She chairs the Corporations Nominating Panel and is also a member of the board of the Toronto Community Housing Corporation and “CreateTO.”  Deputy Mayor Bailão also represents the City of Toronto at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities where she chairs the Social Economic Development Committee.
Deputy Mayor Bailão was a student at West Toronto Collegiate before studying Sociology at the University of Toronto. She has also completed the Directors Education Program, a joint program of the Institute of Corporate Directors and the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, knowledge she now brings to the boards upon which she serves on behalf of the City of Toronto.
Prior to public service, Deputy Mayor Bailão achieved considerable success within the private sector, developing leadership and consensus building skills while serving in senior roles within the banking and healthcare IT sectors.
With her return to Toronto City Council in 2018, Deputy Mayor Bailão has continued her central role within the City’s government where she is recognized as a decisive, innovative and compassionate decision-maker at Toronto City Council while remaining devoted to serving the Ward 9 (Davenport) community where she grew up and continues to live.