The Corktown Neighbourhood Association (NA) is a non-profit volunteer based neighbourhood organization serving the Corktown neighbourhood. Our mission is to engage residents in community stewardship, foster a sense of neighbourhood pride, and cultivate community connections. The Corktown NA has established a Terms of Reference
to guide our organization, roles, responsibilities, terms, commitment, and eligibility. Our Code of Conduct outlines the proper practices for executive members.
CHAIR, WEBSITE MANAGER & COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR
Tima loves Corktown because it is urban, yet family friendly, with easy access to transit, shops, restaurants, parks, and trails. She is an advocate for sustainable development and investments in resilient infrastructure. Having restored several period properties, Tima is passionate about preservation and adaptive reuse of historical buildings.
GRAPHIC DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT SUBCOMMITTEE
Jamie moved to Corktown in 2014 with his wife. He loves the vibrancy of the neighbourhood and how central it is to so many great parts of Hamilton (trails, parks, downtown, restaurants, etc.). He joined the Executive to be more involved in the neighborhood, and is passionate about working with the community on events and projects that will engage and invigorate Corktown residents.
CO-CHAIR OF DEVELOPMENT SUBCOMMITTEE
Jessica loves Corktown because it's a diverse and welcoming place to live. She looks forward to building a more inclusive, accessible, and fun Hamilton with fellow city residents. When she's not teaching or engaging in politics, you can find Jessica making DIY Halloween decorations.
Jaimie is a born-and-raised Hamiltonian, and has lived in Corktown since 2016. An alumni of McMaster University and University of Windsor, she has experience in recreation, youth leadership and community engagement, with special interest in inclusion, accessibility, and social justice. Jaimie joined the NA to further engage with and help grow the Corktown community.