“Be who you were created to be, and you will set the world on fire.” - St. Catherine of Siena
DPCDSB Trustee for Mississauga in Wards 9 and 10:
As a mom of three school aged children, I value our Catholic education system. I also know that a positive school experience is essential to our children’s success.
I am proud to be your elected Catholic School Board Trustee, serving Mississauga in wards 9 and 10. I am committed to being your child's advocate and a voice for what is important to you!
I work closely with our parents, educators, school communities and local Trustees, as well as our municipal, provincial and federal elected representatives. Together, we all need to ensure a collaborative approach in partnering for our children and community. Let's make a difference together...because our children only get one childhood.
Yours in learning, growing and leading with Christ,
To my three little people who call me “mommy”, if there is anyone who pushes me to dream bigger, stand taller and try harder, it is you! If I can show you anything, don't follow your dreams, chase them!
Why did I choose this path? Because our children only get one childhood. And that “why” is my mission.
Brea is a dedicated mom to three school aged children who attend school in the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board. She is passionate about advocating for Catholic Education and making a difference in the lives of all children.
Throughout the years, she continues to seek out opportunities to become more involved in our school communities. She has helped mentor students as a School Lunch Supervisor. Her enthusiasm for physical activity encourages students to participate in physical activity. She has assisted with school Intramural sports programs. She enjoys being an engaged parent volunteer for school events, school excursions and classroom activities.
Brea is inspired to create a healthier community with heart! As a Registered Kinesiologist in Cardiovascular Rehabilitation and Prevention, Brea is motivated to lead community health initiatives and improve chronic disease management.
Brea's work experience in both hospital and community outreach programs, helps her educate families on the importance of fitness and mental health for academic success and long-term health outcomes.
The Ward 9 and 10 communities are where Brea and her family have called home for the past 15 years. Brea takes pride in giving back to make an in the community she serves. She also believes a united faith community, with a strong connection between church, school and home is important to support families in raising children in the Catholic faith. Brea volunteers in various church ministries including the First Communion Sacramental Preparation at St. Josephine Bakhita Church.
Whether she's cheering on her children at the hockey rinks, coaching the youth soccer league or supporting community events, Mississauga is where she calls home! And home is where the heart is.