Stratford Campus, University of Waterloo
Ginny Dybenko has recently retired as Executive Director of the University of Waterloo’s Stratford Campus. She was named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women for her more than 30 years of corporate experience, which includes serving as Dean of the Wilfrid Laurier School of Business and Economics, supporting technical programs for youth, sitting on numerous boards and championing causes for women in business, such as acting as President and Founder of the Waterloo Chapter of the International Women’s Forum.
Tim Kennish is a retired partner of the Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt, LLP law firm and a former co-chair of that firm. During his time in practice, he was considered one of the top Canadian lawyers in his field - competition and antitrust law. A graduate of Harvard College and Osgoode Law School, Tim has been a member of the Antitrust Section of the American Law Association and a past chair of the National Competition Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association. He is also a former chair of Trinity College School.
Graham T. Parsons
Graham Parsons is a celebrated financial professional with over 30 years of experience. He brought the U.S. Harris business model to Canada, launching BMO Harris Private Banking. As Executive VP of Global Private Banking for BMO Financial Group, he developed private banking services clients in over 50 offices across North America and select Asian markets. Graham is a contributor to numerous charitable initiatives, including child wellness and cultural institutions.
Robert C. Wong
Leon Frazer & Associates, Toronto
Bob Wong is Vice-Chairman and a Senior Portfolio Manager at Leon Frazer & Associates Investment Counsel. His career is full of notable achievements, including the roles of Senior Partner and Director of several Toronto Stock Exchange member firms; winning election to the Ontario Legislature and serving as Minister of Energy and Minister of Citizenship; becoming a Founding Director of CFMT Channel 47 (now OMNI), Canada’s first multilingual television station; and being named Financial Times of Canada’s Analyst of the Year.