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Quantum Computing, and several private family foundations. Mr.
Fiorenza holds a degree in Business Administration from Lakehead
University and a law degree from the University of Ottawa.
Peter Godsoe, O.C., O.Ont., is the former Chairman & Chief Executive
Officer of Scotiabank, from which he retired in March 2004. He holds
a BSc in Mathematics and Physics from the University of Toronto, an
MBA from the Harvard Business School, and is a C.A. and a Fellow
of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario. Mr. Godsoe
remains active through a wide range of corporate boards and non-
profit directorships.
Kevin Lynch, P.C., O.C., is a distinguished former public servant with
33 years of service with the Government of Canada. Most recently, Dr.
Lynch served as Clerk of the Privy Council, Secretary to the Cabinet,
and Head of the Public Service of Canada. Prior roles included Deputy
Minister of Finance, Deputy Minister of Industry, and Executive Director
(Canada, Ireland, Caribbean) of the International Monetary Fund. He is
presently the Vice-Chair of BMO Financial Group.
Steve MacLean is President of the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).
A physicist by training, in 1983 he was selected as one of the first six
Canadian astronauts and he has participated in missions on the Space
Shuttles Columbia (1992) and Atlantis (2006) to the International Space
Station. In addition to his senior roles within the CSA, Dr. MacLean has
extensive experience with NASA and the International Space Station.
He is also a strong supporter of science literacy and child education.
Barbara Palk recently retired as President of TD Asset Management
Inc., one of Canada’s leading money management firms, and as Senior
Vice-President of TD Bank Financial Group. She is a Fellow of the
Canadian Securities Institute, a CFA Charterholder, and a member of
the Toronto Society of Financial Analysts. Ms. Palk is Vice-Chair of the
Board of Trustees of Queen’s University and the Chair of its Investment
Committee, and a member of the Boards of the Shaw Festival and
Greenwood College School. She is a recipient of the Ontario Volunteer
Award and was honoured by the Women’s Executive Network in 2004
as one of Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 in the Trailblazer
category.
John Reid is the Audit Leader for KPMG in the Greater Toronto area.
During his 35-year career, he has assisted both private and public sector
organizations through various stages of strategic planning, business
acquisitions, development, and growth management. His experience
spans all business sectors and industries with a focus on mergers and
acquisitions, technology, and health care. John has served on many
hospital boards throughout Canada and has also been a director on
many university and college boards.