Board of Directors

Anthony Caputo President

Anthony Caputo


After spending 10 years in the retail industry, Anthony Caputo decided a change was in order. Following the advice of those around him, including his own real estate agent, he decided to join the real estate industry and become an agent.

Since 2015, Anthony has been working in the community of Caledon, helping those that are looking to buy or sell their homes and get the best deals possible, all while having the best experience. Anthony’s passion, even before becoming an agent, lies with people.

Guided by love, integrity, and respect, this family man wants to extend the attitude he has with his own family into his business with his clients, ensuring they feel comfortable while making one of the biggest decisions of their lives.

It is for this reason that he became involved with the Caledon Chamber of Commerce, wanting to better his fellow business owners in the community he grew up in and where he is raising his four children.

Sarah Leslie

1st Vice President

Sarah, a life-long resident of Caledon, is the owner of Caledon Roots, a restaurant and store that sells products that are not only made in-house, but also products from business in the GTA, including Caledon. As a mother of two, she knew how important it was to not only serve the community homemade foods, but to also use her business to help other businesses sell their products as well.

The Caledon Chamber of Commerce was there for her Grand Opening, and it was their idea to contact the Town of Caledon to be apart of this amazing event. It was right then and there that Sarah realized how important the Caledon Chamber of Commerce is to not only her business, but all businesses in Caledon.

When she knew that there was a spot opening as a member of the Board, Sarah jumped at the chance! She loves her community and wants to see it thrive, and knows the perfect way to do so is through the Caledon Chamber of Commerce.

Shannon Turnbull

Shannon Turnbull

2nd Vice President

Shannon joined the Caledon Chamber of Commerce in 2000 when she moved into the Mortgage Broker world, knowing how valid it was for her and her business.

Growing up in Bolton, she’s always shopped and encouraged the importance of shopping local, but it’s her focus on Customer Service that pushed her to be a Board Member with the Caledon Chamber of Commerce.

She will continue promoting Caledon businesses as the 2nd Vice President of the Caledon Chamber of Commerce.

Pam Davis

Pam Davis


By day, Pam Davis is a Managing Partner at Sparkitects, a Caledon-based marketing company helping businesses grow through intentionally good marketing.

She leads a small but talented team of marketing professionals to help business owners and managers create sound marketing strategies and implement them to achieve measurable business growth.

Pam specializes in social media marketing, helping Sparkitects clients connect and engage with their prospective buyers. By night, Pam is a yoga teacher; you can catch her teaching Ashtanga, Yin or most other styles of yoga at local yoga studios or she can be booked for private and group lessons in your own home or online.

John Ruscetta

John Ruscetta

Board Member

Local resident, entrepreneur, and owner of Bolton Pizza Panini, John Ruscetta has been delivering wonderful, authentic Italian-inspired food for over 30 years. Living in Caledon for over twenty years, John finally decided that working close to home is the better way to serve his community.

Keeping up with the “all are family” atmosphere of his restaurant, John supports more than his business. John is an active supporter of our local hockey team, the Caledon Hawks, and is active with the United way. With all the craziness happening in our community, John has ensured that during this time of crisis, the pandemic and the major flood of the Bolton valley, our first-responders, the hospital staff at Head Water Hospital, and local police and fire fighters are working on full, warm stomachs.

John knows that, for our community to be strong, a helping hand is needed, which is why he joined the Caledon Chamber of Commerce: to give businesses that helping hand.