Rebecca Fromowitz, MSW, RSW (She/Her) is a Social Worker with over eighteen years of experience in social services and community mental health. As a leader, Rebecca is known for having a commitment to teamwork, for supporting and developing people, and for pursuing an organizational culture that creates the conditions for success.
Much of Rebecca’s learning and knowledge comes from her extensive experience as a front–line worker where she used a variety of evidence-informed modalities and provided counselling and clinical supervision to staff supporting individuals, couples and families. Her early career led to a deep appreciation and understanding of the impacts of inequity and the social determinants of health on individuals, family members, and care providers. She is deeply committed to working closely with service-users and communities to identify needs and gaps, and to supporting feminist and anti-racist practices that enable meaningful and equitable access to services.
As the Director of The Counselling Group, Assistant Executive Director at Jewish Family Services, and as the Executive Director at Lanark County Mental Health, Rebecca has developed extensive knowledge of the emerging issues at local, regional and provincial levels. Rebecca has a proven track record of successful leadership, strategic visioning, and program development. In addition, she has developed sustainable and innovative partnerships to respond to service gaps in the community.