New General Manager At The Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority

Thursday April 8th, 2021

Posted at 8:17pm


There is a new General Manager at the Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority.

Michelle Bishop takes over Monday moving up from her current role as the manager of finance and administration that she has held for the last ten years.

Bishop has also been acting general manager since April 1, when her predecessor, Eli Maodus, retired after 30 years.

She was hired as manager of finance and administration in 2010 after working in the County of Essex finance department for two years. She is a graduate of St. Clair College and a chartered professional accountant who worked in public accounting and the automotive industry before joining the County staff.

Bishop is a lifelong resident of Windsor-Essex and a married mother of two. She is the first woman to hold the top job at the EWSWA.

“I look forward to continuing to serve the residents of Windsor and Essex County,” she said. “Managing our community’s waste in an environmentally responsible way is an important and essential service. I know I have a solid team behind me, ensuring we do the best job possible.”

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