Board of Directors

Mark Liebenthal

OCCUPATION:

Chair.

Mark holds an LL.M (Master of Laws degree) from the University of Cumbria. He has over 25 years of leadership experience in senior and executive positions and currently consults on multi-faceted large-scale global human capital programs. He advises on talent acquisition and engagement, process efficiency, technology utilization, supply-base optimization, cost reduction and containment, international regulatory compliance, and outsourcing. Mark has been a volunteer at Conflict Resolution Services on their mediation roster since 2016. He is a member of the International Bar Association and its committee for human rights.

Patricia Pillai

OCCUPATION:

Director.

Patricia has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Studies and Psychology from the University of Waterloo, a Post-Graduate Certificate in Human Resources from Humber College and a Masters in International Human Resources Management from the London School of Economics in the UK. She is a senior human resource professional with over 20 years of experience in the financial services, management consulting, technology and not-for-profit industries.

Khamy Ganeshathasan

OCCUPATION:

Director.

Khamy holds an LL.M (Master of Laws degree) in Alternate Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Hall Law School. She is a partner at Raviele Vaccaro LLP and a roster mediator for OMMP, Ministry of Attorney General. Khamy works extensively with low-income families and survivors of domestic violence and assists her clients with people-centric, culturally-fluent resolutions.

Norman Nader

OCCUPATION:

Treasurer.

Norman Nader is an internationally experienced senior finance professional with detailed knowledge of finance operations best practices, risk management and internal controls. His extensive global experience spans a range of countries/regions with highly diverse cultural backgrounds, including Africa, North America, Latin America, China and Oceania. Norman has worked with Rotary International, Kiwanis International and Kids Help Foundation in either a professional or volunteer capacity.

John Reimer

John ReimerOCCUPATION:

Director.

John is the Operations Director for Mennonite Church Eastern Canada. In that capacity, he oversees the Financial, Human Resources and Administrative departments of the organization. Though John’s training is in technology most of his past work experience is in management of a computer consulting firm. His not-for-profit experience comes from many years of volunteering for food banks, fair trade organizations and relief/development charities.

Joe Barbieri

OCCUPATION:

Vice-Chair

Joe has 30 years of senior business management experience. Before retiring, he was the Canadian Managing Director for a multinational home healthcare company that built, sourced and distributed mobility and accessibility equipment to the home healthcare market. He was responsible for financial oversight of the organization and sales and marketing, logistics, and operations.

Tanya Johnson

OCCUPATION:

Director.

Tanya Johnson holds a Master of Science degree in Nursing. She is a clinician with over fifteen years of clinical leadership experience in academia, hospital, community, and public health. Tanya is a visionary systems leader who prioritizes strategy, governance and health policy. Her focus is on change management, continuous quality improvement, workplace culture, and employee and client-care satisfaction.

Saher Khan

OCCUPATION:

Director.

Saher is a Schulich School of Business graduate and a certified PMP. Her areas of expertise are project management, data analysis and growth strategy. Her passion is using data to solve problems and help people. Saher loves being a catalyst for people’s growth and seeing others fulfil their potential. She enjoys interior design, cooking, reading, and indulging in her mindfulness practices in her free time.

Hiona Murray

OCCUPATION:

Director.

Hiona holds a Master of Arts degree from Ryerson University and a Master of Industrial Relations and Human Resources from the University of Toronto. She is a human resource professional with over 12 years of progressive HR experience in employee and labour relations, recruitment and selection, learning and development, and organizational effectiveness. Hiona’s career has taken her across multiple industries in public and private sectors, including education, construction, food and government administration.