Joseph Tubbs
New Member Introduction:  Friday, June 5, 2020
Sponsor:  John Fortney
We are very pleased to welcome Joseph Tubbs to our Club who is our second New Member introduced at a Virtual Rotary Toronto Meeting:
Joseph Tubbs was born in Toronto, and grew up in Mississauga Ontario. Joseph was an All-star basketball player in high school a 3X MVP, and received a basketball scholarship to Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops British Columbia; where he studied Bachelor of Tourism Management.
His father suffered a life threatening work injury which made Joseph come back to Mississauga, where he coached his high school team to OFFSSA.  The following year he transferred to Algoma University where he played for the basketball team while studying Sociology.
Joseph’s mentor Jim Wilson (Rotarian), advised Joseph to join Rotary where he became a Rotarian in Sault Ste. Marie Ontario in 2015; where Joseph demonstrated service above self. After Algoma University Joseph started a career working with high risk youth; as a youth support worker for youth in the foster care system for 3 years.
Joseph then went to the Ontario College of Trades where he developed his skill trade; he worked two years as an apprentice, before becoming a Journey man in his skilled trade rebar, for his union LiUNA Local 183.  Joseph works in the high rise sector building condominiums in the Toronto downtown area, developing Toronto’s infrastructure.
Joseph has a beautiful son 4 years old Shane Tubbs. Joseph also participates in the Fitness industry, where he has competed in shows such as: The Toronto Pro, and Arnold Sports festival, as an athlete.  Welcome to Rotary Toronto Joseph!
Mark McQuitty, Windsor Park Capital Corporation
New Member Introduction:  Friday, May 29, 2020
Sponsor:  John Andras
We are very pleased to welcome Mark McQuitty to our Club who is our first New Member introduced at a Virtual Rotary Toronto Meeting:
Mark currently leads Windsor Park Capital Corporation, a firm that invests in business opportunities that are socially responsible and financially attractive.
Before establishing Windsor Park, he spent 20 years as a fundraising consultant (13 as President of a Toronto-based fund raising consultancy) working at a senior level with teaching hospitals, community hospitals, multi-level healthcare organisations and post-secondary education institutions successfully designing and directing campaigns with financial objectives ranging from $500,000 to $40 million. Before entering the fund raising business, he worked as an advisor on Parliament Hill.
Mark has always been involved in the community. He was a founding member of the National Capital Junior Board of Trade, served on the boards of Ottawa Ballet and the Ottawa Carleton Board of Trade and was a member of the Ottawa Civic Hospital Community Advisory Committee.
In Toronto, he was a long-time board member at the Bob Rumball Centre for the Deaf, and currently sits on the board of the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation.
What attracts him to Rotary isn’t just fellowship, but the opportunity to roll up his sleeves and work on projects that make a difference.
He loves sailing, good food, good drink, theatre and a great concert – TSO, jazz or rock.

Born and raised in Montreal, he lives in North Toronto with his wife Susan not too far from where she grew up.