Meet Prostate Cancer Canada’s Board of Directors

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Stephen A. Pike 

Chair
Chair, Audit & Finance Committee


A partner in Gowling WLG's Toronto office, Stephen Pike is a senior legal advisor to global and Canadian businesses, primarily in the retail and consumer products sectors. He regularly advises businesses entering the Canadian market on acquiring a Canadian business, bringing new products to the Canadian market and making new investments in Canada.

Stephen provides advice on corporate law and governance (including Corporate Social Responsibility and ESG),transactions, operations, investment and risk management, supply chain, regulatory compliance, sustainability, modern slavery, product distribution, advertising and marketing, licensing, and manufacturing matters.

Stephen was the only Canadian contributor to the American Bar Association (ABA) Business Law Section's book A Director's Handbook: A Field Guide to 101 Situations Commonly Encountered in the Boardroom, co-authoring the chapters on "Managing Reputational Risk", "Governing the Multinational Corporation" and "Enterprise Risk Management". Stephen holds the ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors. He is the Vice-Chair of the Corporate Social Responsibility Law Committee of the Business Law Section of the ABA and also speaks frequently on modern slavery and forced and child labour in supply chains.

 

Dan Amadori

Dan Amadori founded Lamerac Financial Corp., a mid-market financial advisory services firm, in 1988.  Previously he spent two years as President of a privately held communications company and 12 years in practice with a major international public accounting firm.
 
Dan joined the PCC Board in 2013 and was appointed as Chair of the Fund Development Committee in 2014.
 
He has served as an officer/director of approximately 20 public, private and not for profit organizations over the past two decades including the Association for Corporate Growth, the Markham-Stouffville Hospital Foundation, Norcan Petroleum Group, Aeolis Wind Power, Methanol Investment Corp. and Micromem Technologies.
 
He is a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors, the Financial Executives Institute, the CIBPA, The National Club and York Downs Golf & Country Club.
 

David Bradley

David Bradley is the Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Trucking Alliance and the Ontario Trucking Association, where he has become known as a tireless, effective and responsible voice of his industry.

Over the years, David has served on numerous industry/government boards, councils, committees, working groups, etc. throughout North America on topics ranging from safety, trade, climate change, labour markets, tax reform, etc. He has spoken to industry groups around the world and has been much sought after by the media. He has been the recipient of a number of industry/government awards.

Prior to joining the truck industry, David worked as a management consultant for one of the country's leading accounting/audit firms and as a financial markets economist for one of Canada's chartered banks.

He holds a Master of Arts degree in economics from Queen's University and a Bachelor of Arts degree, also in economics, from the University of Toronto.

After more than 32 years representing the trucking industry, David will be retiring on December 31, 2017, after which time he will provide consulting services to various private and public sector clients and pursue other interests including charitable work.

Randy Dalton

Randy was born and bred into the construction business and learned through his father, who created Dalton's original formula for success.

A part of The Dalton Company for nearly 25 years, Randy is a partner for the corporation with his brother, Andrew. His motivation in the business is to exceed customer expectations, which fosters repeat and referral business. Randy's ultimate goal is to have a project team meet a "Definition of Success" that instills pride in the end result and enables team members to feel personally fulfilled with their contribution.

Randy is the former president of the University Club of Toronto and an avid skier and member of Craigleith Ski Club. He is also a volunteer with the Canadian Cancer Society and an avid supporter of Princess Margaret Hospital.

Ed Giacomelli

Ed Giacomelli recently joined Pelmorex Investments Inc. as President and CEO to lead the family office for the Morrissette Family. Pelmorex Investments is the indirect owner of The Weather Network, Canada's leading digital, data and media weather services company.

Ed also retains the role of Vice Chair of Crosbie & Company, a mergers and acquisitions and capital markets advisory firm. Ed joined Crosbie in Toronto in 2005 after many years at Rothschild (Head of Toronto office) and CIBC World Markets (formerly Wood Gundy) where he started his investment banking career. Prior to completing his MBA, Ed held positions in commercial and corporate lending at HSBC and Scotiabank.

Ed holds an HBA (1982) and MBA (1986) from Ivey Business School at Western University
 

Mary Larson

Mary focuses primarily on issues facing CEOs and C-suite executives. With over 30 years of business experience in strategy and organizational development, Mary helps clients become more effective in aligning their teams and - equally importantly - helps them tackle complex interactions with boards, customers, and other stakeholders.

She has deep experience in advising senior executives, and in consulting across crown corporations, financial institutions, retailers and companies in the transportation, energy, consumer durables, and several other sectors.

Mary has worked with clients across the globe and has been a senior partner with A.T. Kearney, Monitor Group and Oliver Wyman. She has founded several consulting firms and has held senior executive positions with McDonald's Corporation in the U.S., and with Alcan and Culinar in Canada. She began her career with the Boston Consulting Group and McKinsey & Co. She received her AB with honours from Princeton in 1975 and her MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 1979.

Mary is a designated ICD.d graduate from the Rotman School and is the chair of the Advisory Board of McGill's School for Continuing Studies; she sits on the Board of Prostate Cancer Canada, and has served on the Boards of L'Opéra de Montréal and Action Against Hunger, and was co-founder of the international Women's Forum in Canada. She is also a founding member, and served on the Executive Committee, of the Finance and Sustainability Initiative. She co-founded the International Women's Forum in Canada in 1994.

American by birth, Mary works in both English and French, and has lived in Montréal since 1980.

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Kent J. MacIntyre 

Kent MacIntyre is President of CIFG and has acted as a principal in the formation of a number of companies, including PrimeWest Energy Trust, of which he served as Vice Chairman and CEO, Sante Wellness Group, the investment trusts comprising the Citadel Group of Funds, Triad Energy and Olympia Energy Ventures.

George Mohacsi

Chair, Long Term Strategy


George Mohacsi joined Foresters in 2002 as Senior Vice President of Operations and Technology where he led several significant strategic change initiatives as well assumed responsibility for the marketing of Foresters products and services. In 2005, George was appointed President and CEO. During his career in the life insurance industry, George has held management and executive roles in key functional areas, including corporate planning, marketing and sales, information systems and administration. He has a strong background in general management and strategic planning and a proven track record of achieving bottom line business results by growing revenues, improving operational effectiveness and managing costs. George is a graduate of the University of Toronto. He is also a member of the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Board of Governors and a board member of Hope Air, a Toronto-based charity. George is the Past Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association Inc. (CLHIA). He has served on the Board of Directors of LL Global, Inc., management company for Life Office Management Association (LOMA) and Life Insurance and Market Research Association (LIMRA).

Ken Power

Ken Power, Atlantic Region Director of TELUS, has over 25 years of experience in Canada's wireless industry, holding various senior sales and management roles at Bell Canada and TELUS. His contribution and win of Canada's largest wireless contract with the Government of Canada earned him the "Sales Leader of the Year" within TELUS. In 2014, Ken received the Governor General's Caring Canadian Award. He serves as the Vice Chair of TELUS Atlantic Canada Community Board and sits on the Atlantic Canada Prostate Cancer Advisory Board. He was previously on the Chisholm Youth Services Board and was the chair of the Phoenix House Celebrity Dreamscape. Ken is a graduate of Memorial University. He now resides in Halifax with his daughter Danielle who is attending Mount Saint Vincent University.
 

Derek Senft

Derek is a Managing Director and founding member of Tricor Pacific Founders Capital Inc., a family office that invests its private capital in food & consumer businesses. Derek leads origination of new platform opportunities, leads negotiation, structuring, financing and execution of all transactions, is responsible for overall portfolio monitoring and sits on all company Boards, and invests in all transactions.

Derek has over 15 years of combined experience in private equity and investment banking, and is focused on partnering with exceptional people to create thriving organizations over the long term.

Previously, Derek worked at Tricor Pacific Capital Inc. (now doing business as Parallel 49 Equity), one of Canada's largest institutionally-backed private equity firms. Prior to that he worked as an analyst in the Investment Banking division of CIBC World Markets. Derek received his MBA degree from London Business School (London, UK) in 2012, and his BA degree from Dartmouth College (Hanover, NH) in 2003.

Derek is a passionate advocate for early detection and awareness in the fight against prostate cancer. In 2011, Derek was instrumental in working alongside his family to create the Step Into Action campaign that supported Riley Senft, Derek's brother, in a run across Canada from Cape Spear, NL to Vancouver, BC, which lasted 5 months and covered over 6,600 KM. Last fall celebrated the campaign's 5-year anniversary, which raised over $1.0 million in donations that were directly contributed to the Vancouver Prostate Centre.

Honorary Directors


Wesley Brown
Mr. Brown was instrumental in the establishment of the predecessor organizations, which became the present day Prostate Cancer Canada.

Dr. Laurence Klotz
Dr. Laurence Klotz is a Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto and has been instrumental in the establishment of the predecessor organizations, which became the present day Prostate Cancer Canada.




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 








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