Tim Plumptre – A senior partner with the international consulting firm, William M. Mercer Ltd., foreign service officer, journalist and public servant. Founder and President, Institute On Governance. Author of a best-selling book on public management. Adjunct professor Carleton University, visiting scholar Massey College, University of Toronto. Strategy, governance, organizational analysis, change management, citizen engagement, performance assessment, international relations.
Alan Gill – Chief Financial Officer, Asian Development Bank responsible for a portfolio of several billion dollars; Canadian Executive Director to two international financial institutions. Various positions in Export Development Corporation, Economic Council of Canada, a chartered bank, Department of Finance Canada. Finance, banking, public policy, economic development & international relations.
Barbara Laskin – Senior official in the Canada Council for the Arts. President of Meta4 Creative Communications. Executive Director, Sylva Gelber Music Foundation. Chair of several boards at both national and community levels engaged in cultural activities. Multiculturalism, arts administration, fund-raising, communications strategy, public relations, governance, writing & editing.
Donald Hall – Principal, Goss Gilroy Inc. Former Vice-President of Gallup Canada and Senior Consultant at EKOS Research. Organizational assessment and change, survey research, career coaching & evaluation.
Manon Abud – Currently a Partner with Ascentum, a firm that specializes in using public participation and social media in support of policy/program development, service and business transformation and/or evaluation. Citizen, stakeholder and employee engagement; dialogue design, facilitation and reporting; Internet-based consultation, contemporary web technology and social media.
Susan Scotti – Former Senior ADM, Human Resources and Social Development, Government of Canada. Experience with multiculturalism, public pension system, seniors, persons with disabilities, homelessness, Aboriginal people, culture and broadcasting issues. Policy development, program design, strategy, evaluation, organizational development and change management.