1 Meet Our Team
Leslie Wilson, Vice President
Leslie Wilson joined Wee Watch® in 1987 and quickly became an active part in the development of the successful Wee Watch brand and agency program. Hands-on in managing the company’s business operations, Wilson also continues to be instrumental in elevating and maintaining child care well above regional standards in all Wee Watch homes.
Wilson takes pride in ensuring that Wee Watch management and Providers continually update their knowledge of educational methods and care components. She strives to provide every opportunity for children to achieve their full potential while in the care of Wee Watch. Assisting franchisees in utilizing the Wee Watch system is another part of Wilson’s duties. Not only does this help franchisees achieve personal and financial goals, but also ensures a valuable service is provided to the community.
When the current Canadian Universal Child Care benefit was proposed in 2006, Wilson was invited to address both the House of Commons as well as the Senate. She presented her expert opinions on daycare business, the Wee Watch program and the financial impact on families requiring childcare. Wilson has found a home for her talents with Wee Watch. After 23 years, she still enjoys supporting the supervisors in providing nurturing and educational environments for children to grow.
Terry Fullerton – President, Owner, Founder
Terry is an accomplished entrepreneur and visionary sales and marketing executive with exceptional proficiency in marketing strategy formulation and a proven track record of exponentially growing businesses. In his 30 plus year career of corporate and entrepreneurial business experience he has founded new companies and held Senior Executive Management positions in sales and marketing. He is a proven achiever, excelling in driving sales to new records with portfolios in the hundreds of thousands to billions.
As the Founder of Wee Watch, he conceived and developed the franchise business model and led the company to be the successful achievement it is today. He continues to provide the strategic direction and leadership to ensure on-going profitability and growth. With his entrepreneurial acumen, Terry has also founded / partnered in 2 more companies. “Grade Expectations Learning Centres” was another franchise business model that was launched in 1992. The company grew to 25 Franchise locations and was sold in 1998. From 1994-1999, “GT Access Media” was established as a publishing company.
In addition to his entrepreneurial achievements, Terry has worked in Executive Sales positions with Fidelity Investments, TD Asset Management and most recently with Sentry Investments. At TD, Terry led a team of over 100, driving processes and effecting positive change. Under his leadership, the company has achieved highest gross sales in the TD Mutual Fund history of $4.2B in 2010 eclipsing the previous record of $2.7B. The 2nd highest was $3.3B in 2014.
Purchasing a Franchise with Wee Watch fit my goal of running my own business from home while being available to my school aged children. The Head Office helped with marketing tools and techniques and by following their model, I have successfully been able to grow my business while still being an involved stay-at-home mom.– Cheryl Fillion, franchisee since 2007