Margot Trevelyan has lived in London England, Nigeria and California but was born and raised in Toronto where she now resides. She spent over 20 years as a senior policy official in the Ontario provincial government and has been a long-time member of the Toronto Arts and Letters Club for which she has written and performed in numerous skits. Prior to her work in government, Margot worked with the CBC and the Canadian Union of Public Employees where she directed films and wrote original music. She recently co-authored a management leadership book entitled “A Tale of Two School Principals and the Superintendent Who Wanted to Lead Them.” She has an undergraduate degree in English literature and a graduate degree in French. She is currently Chair of the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto and is working on her first novel, a murder-mystery set in Toronto.