Randall Starr earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Waterloo in 1984, and then earned his Chartered Accountant designation from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario. After working with a national accounting firm Randall went on to gain experience in smaller accounting firms where he was able to work more closely with owner-operated businesses. Mr. Starr has a very diverse client base comprising individuals, corporations, and trusts/estates; these clients are in a variety of businesses, industries, and professions.
Randall has held appointments as Professor of Accounting in the School of Business at Centennial College, and has lectured to many groups in the areas of accounting, auditing, and tax.
Randall believes in giving back to the community and, to that end, currently serves ad First Vice President and Chair of the Board of Governors of Adath Israel Congregation, a Conservative synagogue with approximately 1,850 member families, where he has chaired the Religious Committee, the Long-Range Strategic Planning Committee, and the United Synagogue Liason Committee, and has served on many other committees. Randall is also Chair of the Board of Governors of the Canadian Yeshiva & Rabbinical School and serves on the Board of Governors of its Foundation as well. In past, Randall has served on the Board of Directors of United Synagogue Day School/Robbins Hebrew Academy, The board of directors of Mural Routes, the Research Ethics Board of St. Michaelís Hospital, and the Quality Committee of the General Surgery Department of University Health Network/Toronto General Hospital. Randall has served as President, Chair of the Board, and Treasurer of Arts Scarborough/Scarborough Arts Council, and has won Volunteer Service Awards for his charitable board work and was made a Member Emeritus of Scarborough Arts Council.
Randall enjoys spending time with his two sons, Lee and Jeffrey, and spends time at his sonsí hockey and basketball events, as well as his synagogue and cultural arts interests.
Francesca Celeste-Falconeri earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto in 1984 and went on to earn her Chartered Accountant designation from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario. Ms. Celeste-Falconeri gained her experience at local accounting firms and has a client base comprised of corporations, partnerships and individuals in a wide variety of professions, businesses and industries.
Ms. Celeste-Falconeri has served on the board of directors of Scarborough Arts Council, and also as their Treasurer, for which she was made a Member Emeritus and received a Toronto volunteer service award. Ms. Celeste-Falconeri is married to Joseph Falconeri, a litigation lawyer and partner at the personal injury firm of Falconeri Munro Tucci LLP.