Growing up in Delhi, Bobbi Ann is a graduate of Delhi District Secondary School and has a diploma in Broadcast Journalism. She spent several years working in the fields of Norfolk County, worked in retail, is a small business owner and a freelance journalist.
Over the years, Bobbi Ann has traveled the province, lending her expertise to political campaigns. Locally, she was Barrett’s Campaign Manager five times and has been instrumental in local federal campaigns. The Ontario PC Party has recognized Bobbi Ann twice as Outstanding Campaign Manager and Outstanding Riding Association President.
Bobbi Ann has been a provincial and national gold medalist in the sport of kickboxing and has represented Canada on the world stage. When Bobbi Ann isn’t solving a problem or lending a hand to someone in need, she can be found in arenas, playing or spectating, or in the dojo where she is working toward her black belt in karate. She also enjoys cycling and working outside on her rural property. An avid reader, Bobbi Ann enjoys unwinding at the end of the day with a good novel rich with history, mystery, and memory.
Bobbi Ann lives in the quaint village of Lynedoch and has two children, Addison and Carter.