Carion Fenn is an award winning advocate. She is the recipient of the Ontario Volunteer Service Award 10 Years, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario (SCI-ON) and University Health Network (UHN) Patti Dawson Award, Town of Ajax Ajax Adult Civic Award (the highest honour of the town), Advocacy Award from Abilities Awards, and the Accessibility Community Awards from the Town of Ajax.
She is currently serving her second term on the Town of Ajax Accessibility Advisory Committee as well as being a member of the Canada 150 Planning Committee representing Salem Heights and Downtown Ajax and is also a member of the Town of Ajax Lakeview BLVD EA working group.
Carion has earned considerable recognition as a designer with media appearances on CITY TV, CHTV, TV ONE, ROGERS 10, CFRB1010, and Flow 93.5 FM. She was the Home Show Coordinator for the Walls Windows Furnishing Association, Program Director and Show Committee Chair for "The Canadian Decorators Association", Designer for feature spaces in major home shows, and Feature Designer for 'Divine Restoration', as seen on Sun TV Vision TV.
Carion is passionate and dedicated in helping to make the Town of Ajax, and all communities, an inclusive and diverse community for all. She strongly believes in Service before Self, which is why she became a Rotarian. She takes great pride in serving two terms as an Accessibility Ambassador for the Town of Ajax, helping to advise the Ajax council on how to make the town more accessible for all.
As a patient advocate and Founding President for the Carion Fenn Foundation as well as the Carion Fenn Network, she takes immense pride in helping to bridge the gap for Persons who are affected by Syringomyelia, Chiari Malformation and All Rare Diseases. She is a firm believer that Together We Are Stronger® when we work together for the good of all communities.
Ontario Volunteer Service ~ Ajax Adult Civic ~ Ajax Community Accessibility ~ SCI ON & UHN Patty Dawson & Advocacy Award Recipient.
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