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Dr. Don Tapscott '66

Recognized as one of the world’s leading authorities on innovation, media, and the economic and social impact of technology, Dr. Don Tapscott has been an advisor to business and government leaders and has introduced ground-breaking concepts that are part of our understanding of a rapidly changing world.  A graduate of Psychology and Statistics at Trent University and a recipient of an honorary Doctor of Laws degree in 2006, he was ranked the 4th most influential management thinker alive by Thinkers50 in 2014. In 2015 he was named to the Order of Canada.  Dr. Tapscott is CEO of Toronto-based think tank The Tapscott Group, and cofounder of The Blockchain Research Institute.  With publications in 9 languages and a TED talk garnering over a million views, his most recent book Blockchain Revolution is the first book to thoroughly explain why blockchain technology – an open, distributed, global platform – will fundamentally transform the way we move, store, and manage value online. Dr. Tapscott is the author and co-author of 15 widely-read books about information technology in business and society, including: Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything; Macrowikinomics: New Solutions for a Connected Planet; and Growing Up Digital.  With a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Alberta, he is also an adjunct professor at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and the inaugural fellow of the school’s Martin Prosperity Institute. He has given more than 1500 keynote speeches and presentations to many of the most important audiences in the world.  Dr. Don Tapscott was appointed for a second two-year term as Trent’s eleventh chancellor effective July 1, 2016.

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Stephen Kylie '72

Chair of the Board

Mr. Stephen Kylie, is a long-time Peterborough resident. After graduating from St. Peter’s Secondary School, he went on to study Math and Economics at Trent University before obtaining a law degree at the University of Ottawa. After being called to the bar in 1980, Mr. Kylie returned to Peterborough to practise with Howell Fleming and Fox & Potts before becoming a partner at Potts & Kylie. He currently works as a sole practitioner. His community contributions are numerous and involve such current roles as Chair of the Peterborough Poverty Reduction Network, Chair of The Mount Community Centre, Past President of the Peterborough-Kawartha Federal Liberal Association, and, as a member of the Rotary Club of Peterborough, Co-Chair of the Rotary Victory Day Fireworks and Family Night. Previously, Mr. Kylie has served on the Board of Directors for Peterborough Utilities Group and is Past Chair and Director of St. Joseph’s Care Group, which operates St. Joseph at Fleming and Marycrest at Inglewood Seniors’ Residence. For his contributions, he has been recognized with two Rotary International Paul Harris Fellowships and is a recipient of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal, as well as the City of Peterborough Sports Personality of the Year, an Ontario Volunteer Service Award, and the City of Peterborough Civic Award. Other Awards Mr. Kylie has received include: the Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce 2016 Business Citizen of the year, United Way Peterborough + District 2016 Scholfield Award of Community Distinction and the City of Peterborough 2015 Community Betterment Award. Mr. Kylie was initially appointed to a two-year term in the alumni seat on the Board of Governors in 2013.  He was also designated a three-year term in an external seat, as of July 1, 2015. As of July 2017, Mr. Kylie has been appointed for a two-year term as Chair of the Board of Governors.

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Connie Bonello

As a seasoned management consultant, Connie Bonello brings several years of global executive level experience. She currently leads the Financial Services Applied Intelligence and Analytics practice at Accenture.  She has provided consulting services to financial service organizations across Europe, the Americas and Asia and is a sought after speaker on the topics of big data, analytics and cognitive solutions. Ms. Bonello is an active member of the community. In addition to being a Board of Governor of Trent University, she is an Advisory Board member of the Schulich School of Business Masters of Business Analytics Program and was the past Chair of the Bonham Centre Advisory Board at the University of Toronto.  She is the recipient of the 2015 University of Toronto Arbor Award and the 2013 IBM Volunteer Excellence Award. Ms. Bonello holds an Honours BA in Economics and a MBA. She is an avid road cyclist, horse rider and world traveler. Ms. Bonello's three-year term on the Trent University Board of Governors began on July 1, 2016.

 

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Debra Cooper Burger

Debra Cooper-Burger is a health care leader with proven success in health care delivery, development of integrated health care programs and operations responsive to community needs.  She has extensive experience in health care operations including acute care, long term care and community based programs. Ms. Cooper-Burger started her career in health care as a registered nurse, and has a BSc. (Nursing) from University of Western Ontario, a Master of Continuing Education from University of Calgary and is a graduate of the Advanced Healthcare Leadership Program at the Rotman School of Management. Ms. Cooper-Burger has held leadership roles at the Peterborough County-City Health Unit, and Peterborough Community Access Centre, followed by 8 years as Chief Executive Officer at St. Joseph’s at Fleming. In addition, Ms. Cooper-Burger served as Chief Executive Officer at the Unionville Home Society in Markham, a non-profit organization that oversees care and housing for senior citizens in York Region. Ms. Cooper-Burger currently operates her own consulting service, Cooper Burger Consulting, specializing in not-for-profit operations, governance, human resources, policy and procedure development and management, as well as project management for redevelopment construction projects.  Ms. Cooper-Burger’s appointment to the Trent University Board of Governors began on July 1, 2018 for a three-year term.

 

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Brian Cowie

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brian Cowie practices law part-time while maintaining full time employment with Fleming College as a Professor in the Police Foundations program. He holds a Honours B.Sc. in Agriculture from the University of Guelph and a Juris Doctor law degree from the University of Toronto.  Prior to teaching, Mr. Cowie worked in law enforcement for more than 18 years, spanning the RCMP (stationed in Saskatchewan), York Regional Police (where he served in different investigative units and as legal advisor) and Georgina Island First Nation Police (Lake Simcoe, Ontario). He has also worked for The National Park Warden Service in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. Mr. Cowie was seconded from the York Regional Police in 2000 to complete his law articles with the Newmarket Crown Attorney’s Office. He was called to the Bar of the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2001. Mr. Cowie is a Status Aboriginal from the Hiawatha Ojibwe Mississauga’s of Rice Lake First Nation where he has acted as an elected councillor and Trust Board Member. He has also served as the First Nation Trustee on the Kawartha Pine Ridge and District School Board. He is very active and highly respected within the Peterborough community, and sits on the Peterborough Lakers Lacrosse Board of Directors. Mr. Cowie’s three-year term on the Trent University Board of Governors began July 1, 2017.

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Garry Cubitt '67

Having worked in municipal government throughout his career, Dr. Garry Cubitt is the Chief Administrative Officer for the Regional Municipality of Durham. He has extensive experience in organizational development, issues management, budget development, finance and investment for complex public sector organizations.  Dr. Cubitt has also previously held instructor positions at the University of Toronto, York University and Durham College.  Dr. Cubitt was on the founding Board of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) and was the Chair of the Board when it welcomed its first students a little over 10 years ago.  He has served on many other community organizations including Durham College, Ontario Municipal Social Services Association, United Way Campaign Region of Durham.  Dr. Cubitt holds a B. Sc. (Hons) in Psychology from Trent University, an MSW from University of Toronto and an Honorary LL.D. from UOIT.  His wife, Vicki, and daughter Catherine are also Trent alumni.  He has been widely recognized by a number of organizations and was awarded the William G. Davis Award for his contributions to Ontario community colleges and a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012.  In 2017, Dr. Cubitt was presented with the prestigious Trent University Alumni of Distinction award. Dr. Cubitt has been reappointed for an additional three-year term on the Trent Board of Governors, which began July 1, 2017 and is the Chair of the Advancement and External Relations Committee 2017-18.

 

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Peter Dilworth '84

Mr. Peter Dilworth is a retired telecom executive with more than 30 years of experience working in finance and various corporate roles at Bell and Bell Aliant. In his last position, as VP – Finance and Chief Procurement Office at Bell Aliant, he was accountable for Procurement and Supply Chain, Regulatory Finance and Costing, Real Estate, Payroll, Environment and Corporate Sustainability. He has significant background in Engineering Economics, costing and leading business case analysis. Peter attended Crestwood Secondary School, graduated from Trent University in 1984 with an Honours B.Sc. in Economics and then went on to earn a M.A. from the University of Guelph. While at Trent he played varsity volleyball. Peter has considerable board and governance experience, including serving on the Greater Peterborough Innovation Cluster board from 2004 to 2013. He volunteers as a board member of the Bell Pensioners’ Group and is the vice-president of his cottage association. Mr. Dilworth's three-year term on the Trent University Board of Governors began on July 1, 2016. He is the current Chair of Trent’s Audit Committee and serves on the Finance and Property Committee.

 

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Dr. Christopher Dummitt '92

Christopher Dummitt is a historian of Canadian culture and politics and a frequent commentator on history and current affairs. An Associate Professor in Trent’s School for the Study of Canada, he also teaches in the history MA program. Professor Dummitt is a Trent University alumnus having received a B.A. in History in 1996.  He went on to earn a M.A. in History at Dalhousie University in 1997 and a Ph.D. in History at Simon Fraser University in 2004.  Previously Dr. Dummitt was a lecturer at the University of London. In 2011 he was the Visiting Professor Canadian Studies at the Free University’s John F Kennedy Institute for North American Studies in Berlin. His most recent book Unbuttoned: A History of Mackenzie King’s Secret Life was a finalist for several major awards in  2018 including the Writer’s Trust Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for the best book on Canadian politics. Dr. Dummitt’s two-year term in a faculty seat on the Board of Governors began July 1, 2017.

 

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Lucie Edwards '73

Lucie Edwards teaches International Relations and Public Policy at the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University. She is a doctoral candidate in Global Governance, specializing in science policy, at the Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo. Mrs. Edwards has served as a consultant and adviser on rural development for a number of international organizations. She currently serves as Chair of the International Network for Bamboo and Rattan, (INBAR), headquartered in Beijing, China. She previously served as Chair of the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) in Nairobi. She is Past Chair and trustee of Partners in Health Canada, and also serves as a trustee of the Bhutan Canada Foundation. Mrs. Edwards moved to academe following a 34-year career in the Canadian Foreign Service. She served as Canadian High Commissioner to Kenya, South Africa and India, and as Ambassador to the UN Environment Program. She served as Director General for Global Issues and Assistant Deputy Minister for Corporate Services in the Department of Foreign Affairs in Ottawa. In 1995, she received the Public Service Award of Excellence for her humanitarian work during the genocide in Rwanda. She also received a merit award for her human rights work combatting Apartheid at the Canadian Embassy in Pretoria, from 1986 to 1989. She was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award of Excellence by the Department of Foreign Affairs in 2009. She graduated from Trent University in 1976 and has maintained a strong connection with the university, returning to lecture in development studies as the Ashley Fellow and alumna in residence at Champlain College in 2011. She is also a graduate of the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Mrs. Edwards’ second three-year appointment to the Board began on July 1, 2017 and she is the current Chair of the External Relations & Advancement Committee 2018-19

 

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Carol Gray '75

Ms. Carol Gray is the former President and General Manager of Equifax Canada having held the position from 2008-2014.  Prior to her role at Equifax Canada she was the Executive Vice-President of Small Business Banking at CIBC from 1997-2003.  Ms. Gray has a wealth of corporate and not-for-profit governance experience, including IFM Investors (Australia), American Express Bank of Canada, Infrastructure Ontario and Lands Corporation, Equifax, Ontario Realty Corporation, TBay Telecommunications, Trillium Health Centre Foundation, Canadian Youth Business Foundation, Canadian Women’s Foundation, Mount Royal University Foundation, and Grace Hospital Foundation (Calgary, Alberta).  Ms. Gray holds a B.A. in History and Political Science from Trent University and an M.B.A. from Western University.  Additionally Ms. Gray holds the ICD.D designation, granted by the Institute of Corporate Directors.  Ms. Gray joined the Trent University Board of Governors for a three-year term effective March 1, 2017.

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Dr. Leo Groarke

Before his appointment as President of Trent University, Dr. Leo Groarke served as Dean, Vice-President/Principal, and Provost at Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Windsor.  He was a student at the University of Calgary, Simon Fraser University and the University of Helsinki and received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Western Ontario in 1982.  He has decades of achievement and an international reputation in teaching, research, editorial board membership, conference and institute leadership, as well as authorship and editorial contributions to many critical notes, articles, journals and books. His areas of research and scholarly interest include ancient philosophy, higher education, the history of ideas, social and political thought, and "informal" logic. His most recent work examines the role of visual images in reasoning, argument and persuasion -- a role that is heightened in digital communication.  Dr. Groarke was appointed President and Vice-Chancellor of Trent University on July 1, 2014.

 

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Dr. Robyn Jacobson

Dr. Robyn Jacobson holds the degrees of B.Com, LL.B., LL.M., and Ph.D. Her first degrees were awarded in South Africa and her Ph.D. is from York University. She also holds the designation of C.Med. (Chartered Mediator). Her background is in law, university teaching and administration, and conflict management. She lectured in law for over 10 years, and has also held the following senior University positions: Professor, Academic Registrar, Director of the Law School, Director of Academic Integrity. Dr. Jacobson loves teaching and, despite her various responsibilities, continues to teach a university course in mediation. Dr. Jacobson is a Mediator, Facilitator and Conflict Management Consultant; she started Managing Conflict in Education to provide training and coaching in conflict management and to conduct mediations, facilitations, and conflict assessments in the education sector. She also focuses on workplace and community disputes, emphasizing restorative processes. Dr. Jacobson's passion for education and conflict management is manifested in her writings. She co-authored the book: Managing Conflict in Schools: A Practical Guide (LexisNexis), and her doctoral dissertation was titled Managing Conflict and Resolving Disputes Involving Students on University Campuses: The Present and the Future. Dr. Jacobson's three-year appointment on the Trent University Board of Governors began July 1, 2016 and she is currently Vice-Chair of the Board for the 2018-19 term.

 

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Gwyneth James

Gwyneth James has been a Senior Partner at Cody & James Chartered Professional Accountants since early 2009. She also serves as the Corporate Controller for Peterborough & the Kawarthas Economic Development in a part-time role. Prior to this she was Controller and Manager of Business Development at Nexicom for 11 years. Ms. James holds a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from the University of British Columbia and an MBA in Finance from the University of Ottawa. She received her Certified General Accountants designation in 1997.  Ms. James has a wealth of volunteer experience in the Peterborough community. She currently serves on the Peterborough Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is a founder with Startup Peterborough. Previous volunteer experience includes: 2016 United Way Campaign Chair, President of the Women’s Business Network , Member of the Community Futures Development Corporation Board of Directors, Member of the Accounting Program Advisory Committee at Fleming College, Chair of the Peterborough Theatre Guild, Member of the Five Counties Children’s Centre Foundation Board, Treasurer of the Peterborough Symphony Orchestra’s Committee to Rock, Chair of the Peterborough United Way and VP Retail Sales at the Peterborough Festival of Trees.  Ms. James’ three-year term on the Trent University Board of Governors began July 1, 2017.

 

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Armand La Barge '95

Armand La Barge began his career with York Regional Police in 1973 and in 2002 he was appointed Chief of Police, a position he held until his retirement in December 2010.  Chief (Ret) La Barge served as the President of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, the Ontario Director of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and he was an associate member of the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association.  Chief (Ret) La Barge has been recognized with numerous awards, including the 2012 Black Business Professional Association Harry Jerome Award for Diversity, the Wilf Wilkinson Rotary Peace Award, the YMCA Peace Medallion, the National Ethnic Press & Media Council of Canada Distinguished Service Award, the Ontario Volunteer Service Award, the Police Exemplary Services Medal and First Bar and the Queen’s Golden and Diamond Jubilee Medals.  He is a member of the Special Olympics Hall of Fame, a Paul Harris Fellow and a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society.  He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and he was invested as an Officer of the Order of Police Merit and a Commander in the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem.  Armand holds a B.A. (Hons) degree and a Multicultural Studies Certificate from York University, an Honorary Bachelor of Applied Studies degree from Seneca College, an M.A. in Canadian and Native Studies from Trent University and an Honorary LL.D. from the University of Guelph.  Chief (Ret) La Barge is Immediate Past Chairman and member of the Board of Directors of the St. John Council for Ontario, the Co-Chair of the Association of Progressive Muslims of Canada Advisory Board and he is a member of the Universal Peace Federation.  Armand’s second three‐year term on the Trent University Board began July 1, 2018 and he is currently Vice-Chair of the Board for the 2018-19 term.

 

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Jay Panchal

Jaynain Panchal is a B.A candidate specializing in the Human Resources program and the current co-chair for the WUSC (World University Services Canada) local committee. Over his educational career he has studied in Zambia, India, Malaysia and is now in Canada. Mr. Panchal has been very active as a volunteer within the Trent International Community. He has been an active member for the Trent South East Asian Organization (TSEAO), Trent African and Caribbean Student Union (TACSU) and the South Asian Association of Trent (SAAT). Due to his active involvement he was awarded the Cynthia Bennett Awe award in recognition of his commitment to equity, accessibility and rights of International students on campus. Mr. Panchal has a strong urge to continue participating in the greater Trent community through further involvement by beginning his two-year appointment to the Board of Governors starting July 1, 2017.

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Saäd Rafi

Having worked in the Ontario Public Sector for over 24 years, Saäd Rafi brings knowledge of pension governance, financial administration, change management and transformation and risk management to the Trent University Board of Governors.  Mr. Rafi is a Partner and the National Public Sector Leader at Deloitte LLP.  Previous to this position was the Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan Administrative Corporation (ORPPAC) where he was responsible for starting up Ontario’s attempt at a provincial pension plan. Other former positions include: Chief Executive Officer of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Parapan Am Games Organizing Committee; Deputy Minister of Health and Long Term Care; Deputy Minister of Energy and Infrastructure; Deputy Minister of Transportation; and the Deputy Minister of Community Safety.  Mr. Rafi graduated from Carleton University in 1983 with a B.A. in Law and then went on to earn a M.A. in Public Administration in 1988.  Mr. Rafi’s three-year term on the Trent University Board of Governors began on July 1, 2017.

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Dr. Stephanie Rutherford

Stephanie Rutherford is an Associate Professor in the Trent School of the Environment, and also teaches and advises in the MA and PhD programs in Sustainability Studies, Cultural Studies, and Canadian and Indigenous Studies. Her work is similarly interdisciplinary, focusing on the intersections among the environmental humanities, animal studies, and environmental politics. She is the author or co-editor of three books that consider these themes, the most recent of which is Historical Animal Geographies, published in May 2018. She is currently writing a new book on the history of wolves in Canada. Dr. Rutherford holds a BA in Sociology and Criminology from the University of Toronto, an MSc in International Development Studies and Rural Extension from the University of Guelph, and a PhD in Environmental Studies from York University. Dr.  Rutherford has also engaged in a number of community-building initiatives. She served as the Chair of the Environmental Advisory Board at Trent this past year, and has been the director of the Peterborough Regional Science Fair since 2016.  She is also a former board member of the Endeavour Centre, a sustainable building school in Peterborough. Dr. Rutherford’s two-year term, on the Board of Governors began on July 1, 2018.

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Christine Salo '96

Christine Salo is a Trent University alumni having received a B.B.A (Honours) in 2000.  She has been an employee of Trent since 2008 and currently holds the position of Manager of Administration & Sustainability in the Facilities Management Department.  In her role she oversees a small team responsible for the administration of Facilities Management (the ‘fixit’ maintenance work order system, capital and operational financial tracking and analysis, utilities, ministry reporting, etc.) as well as the sustainability efforts of the university (energy conservation, waste diversion, legislative requirements reporting, student outreach, etc.).  Ms. Salo has been granted certification from the Association of Energy Engineers as a Measurement and Verification Professional and currently serves on the University’s Environmental Advisory Board (since 2014) and the Nature Areas Committee (since 2014). Mrs. Salo’s two-year term on the Trent University Board of Governors began July 1, 2017.

 

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Scott Sinclair '80

Mr. Scott Sinclair has worked in the financial services industry since 1986.   His particular areas of expertise include life and health insurance, segregated fund and mutual funds, with additional exposure to pension and employee benefits in the US markets.  Mr. Sinclair recently retired (December 2017) from the role of Senior Vice-President of Underwriting and Medical at Transamerica Life of America.  Prior to that appointment, he was COO at Transamerica Life Canada/AEGON Canada (2009-2014).  Mr. Sinclair holds a B.A. (Honours) in Political Studies, from Trent University. From a volunteer perspective, Mr. Sinclair is a new member of the East Metro Youth Services Board, and is the past president of Aisling Discoveries Child and Family Centre board, as well as past president of the Aisling Foundation board.  He is also a past board member of the Investment Funds Institute of Canada and the Fundserv segfund advisory group, and past president of Grace Communities Corporation – Flagcrest community housing.  Mr. Sinclair has also been a major gifts leader with United Way at Transamerica, past chair of the YMCA Scarborough regional council, and founding board member and advisor to the Day Trippers Children’s Charity.  Mr. Sinclair’s appointment to the Trent University Board of Governors began on January 1, 2017 and currently he is the Chair of the Finance and Property Board Committee 2018-19.

 

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Julian Smith '93

Julian Smith is currently president and CEO of BULLWEALTH, an investment advisory and consulting firm offering solutions to high net worth families, not-for profit organizations and institutional investors. Mr. Smith has over 15 years of investment advisory and investment management experience. He started his career as an investment advisor at Merrill Lynch before leaving to head business development at Charles Schwab Canada. Mr. Smith spent over five years as senior vice-president at Raymond James Ltd. heading its Asset Management and Product Research groups, then left to co‐found a global government bond investment management firm. Mr. Smith’s expertise includes investment advisory, operational management, compliance and risk management, and leadership. Mr. Smith is a graduate of Trent University with a B.Sc. in Economics and holds the CIM® designation (Certified Investment Manager).  Following his service on the Trent Board of Governor’s Investment & Pension Committee as an external committee member from 2017-18, Mr. Smith begins his three-year appointment as a Board Member, effective July 1, 2018.

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Tessa Smith

Tessa Smith is a B.A candidate specializing in the English Literature program and is the current Disability Commissioner for the Trent Central Student Association.  A writer, musician, model and motivational speaker, Ms. Smith’s inspiring story has led to her experiences as a spokesperson and ambassador for the Terry Fox Foundation as well as SickKids Hospital.  In 2016, Ms. Smith became the youngest Guest Columnist to be hired by the Toronto Sun and previously wrote as an advice columnist at the Peterborough Examiner.  Currently, Ms. Smith writes an Opinion Column titled Tessa Takes Charge in the Peterborough Examiner, in addition to her travelling and motivational speaking.   Ms. Smith joins the Trent Board of Governors, occupying a student seat, for a two-year term beginning July 1, 2018.

 

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Murad Younis

Murad Younis was born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt. He earned his Pharmacy degree in 1978. In 1994 Murad and his wife Maha moved to Canada and made Peterborough a home for their family. Murad established Westmount pharmacy in Peterborough in 1997, and started his active involvement in the community of Peterborough on many boards of directors in health care. After earning his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from University of Washington in 2002, Murad earned five specialities in five different fields of pharmacy practice from the American Board of Pharmacy Specialties. Murad has two daughters and three sons graduated from Peterborough high schools. Four of them came back to work with him to serve their local communities. Murad is proud of himself for building Westmount Pharmacy as a cosmopolitan home for so many highly achieving individuals from different backgrounds, capturing the wealth of Canadian culture. Mr. Younis' three-year term on the Board of Governors began on July 1, 2016.

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Kelly Zatorski '15

Ms. Zatorski has been a dedicated member of the Trent University community since 2013, working in a range of positions that contribute to the success of both our students and the institution as a whole. She currently holds the position of Manager, Co-operative & Experiential Education in which she is part of an innovative team that is committed to the introduction, centralization and delivery of new co-operative education programs, expanding a variety of experiential learning opportunities and supporting career education. Ms. Zatorski is also a proud alumnus of Trent University having recently completed her Master of Education through the Trent University School of Education and she also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Carleton University. Kelly currently serves as the Exempt Staff Official Visitor to Senate as well as a Board Director of the YWCA Peterborough Haliburton.  Ms. Zatorski’s two-year term in a staff seat on the Board of Governors began July 1, 2018.

 

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updated August 3rd, 2018