Tom Bosley, President
Tom Bosley began his real estate career in 1969, gathering knowledge in various positions including Residential Appraisals, Industrial & Commercial Sales, Residential Sales, Management and General Manager. In 1985 he successfully took over the management and ownership of the three Bosley offices and continues to grow the size and reputation of the company, one which is respected by the entire real estate community today.
His extensive experience in both organized and international real estate resulted in many prestigious titles.
- Toronto Real Estate Board, Director & President
- Ontario Real Estate Association, Director & President
- RECO, Inaugural Director & Chairman
- Realtors Care Foundation, Inaugural Director, Chair, Director
- Canadian Real Estate Association, Director & President
- Canadian Realtors Care Foundation, Director & Chair
- All Points Relocation Service, Director & President
- Arello (Canadian District), Inaugural Director
Throughout his career, his work ethic and character earned him several awards of recognition such as TREB’s Award of Merit and All Points Relocation Service’s Outstanding Achievement Award.
As Bosley’s President today, he continues to be the foundation of the company where his guidance, expertise, and active presence motivate both the agents and staff to exceed their career aspirations.
Ann Bosley, Vice President
She began her Real Estate career in 1986. After selling successfully for over 8 years, she developed and taught the Real Estate realty training course, affectionately known as Bosley U. To date over 200 agents have successfully graduated from Bosley U to begin their career as knowledgeable professionals.
In 1993, Ann became Vice President of the firm and Manager of the branch at 290 Merton St, which resides in a very funky loft space in Central Toronto. She built the branch from 19 agents to over 50. You only have to look at the company award winners to see the success story of that branch.
In 1999, Ann became a Director of the Toronto Real Estate Board and went on, in 2002/2003 to become the TREB President, with the full support of the management team, her agents and staff. They fully recognized the value of being on the inside, making the decisions, rather than being on the outside, reacting to them. To this day, she continues to sit on the Arbitration Committee of the Board.
From TREB, Ann went on to serve as a Director of the Canadian Real Estate Association in 2004. She became President of CREA in 2007/2008, one of only 4 women to do so in the Board’s 70 year history. At the time, the Board was comprised of over 100,000 members across Canada. Presently, she sits on the international task force which helps to guide the United Nations through its new worldwide money laundering legislation.
In 2010, Ann passed the reins of her branch into the extremely capable hands of Brian Torry and she became the firm’s General Manager, overseeing the activities of all 4 branches with the President, her husband, Tom. This is the first time they have ever worked in the same building!
“Real Estate has been an extremely fulfilling career for me. It is fascinating, exciting and constantly evolving, but most of all, it is really fun!”
Michelle Dunkel, Vice President, Finance/Relocation Director
Michelle Dunkel received her undergraduate Honours Business Administration (HBA) degree from the University of Western Ontario’s Ivey School of Business. She started her finance career at Ernst & Young in its Auditing & Assurance group, working on various public and private company files while obtaining her Chartered Accountant (CA) designation.
After leaving Ernst & Young, Michelle worked at Capstone Infrastructure Corporation (previously Macquarie Power & Infrastructure Income Fund), a fund with Canadian and international power and utility assets. Many of the assets for which Michelle was responsible related to renewable energy sources (hydro, wind, and solar).
Michelle’s current role at Bosley Real Estate includes the oversight of the company’s financial operations as well as support for its agents.