GPC.D Designees

The Governance Professionals of Canada pleased to announce that the following governance professionals have earned the GPC.D designation.
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Joanne Abram, GPC.DChief Executive OfficerAlberta Insurance Council43209038
Desseri Ackerman, GPC.DOwner/OperatorOffice Anywhere53840831
Olufemi Samson Adabale, GPC.DGovernance & Research AnalystCADJPro Payroll Solutions24049
Margaret Allison, GPC.DDirector, Legal Services & Corporate SecretaryStarlight Investments31151433
Susan Amyotte, GPC.DGovernance OfficerSFPP Corporation25320370
Karen Aram, GPC.DCorporate SecretaryEldorado Gold Corporation46971
Cindy Archer, GPC.DCorporate AdministratorConyers Dill and Pearman27090756
Michelle Astudillo, GPC.DCorporate Governance Law ClerkPresident's Choice Financial31953605
Christine Ball, GPC.DCEOPeterborough and the Kawarthas Association of REALTORS Inc23544
Warren Barker, GPC.DDirector of Finance and Corporate SecretarySultran Ltd.32711886
Cathy Bassi, GPC.DCorporate Secretary, Privacy Officer, and Executive AssistantWelland Hydro36967863
Carmel Bellamy, GPC.DVP CGO & Corporate Secretary (interim)The Co-operators Group Limited46754
Elizabeth Benson, GPC.DAdministrator, Board Support ServicesReal Estate Council of Ontario31923171
Raj Bharati, GPC.DAssistant General Counsel and Corporate SecretaryTechnical Standards and Safety Authority51518784
Stacey Bligh, GPC.DDirector, Corporate GovernanceBC Energy Regulator45151771
Tracey Bliss, GPC.DAssistant Corporate SecretaryCapital Power Corporation33738484
Lynne Blouin, GPC.DSpecialist, Corporate GovernanceCanada Mortgage and Housing Corporation52522900
Maureen Boon, GPC.DRegistrar|CEOCollege of Massage Therapists of Ontario49987994
Lynn Brownell, GPC.DWSPS President & CEOWorkplace Safety & Insurance Board43104834
Rosa Bruno, GPC.DSenior Director, Corporate Planning and GovernanceAlberta Urban Municipalities Association49201957

The Governance Professionals of Canada (GPC) was created in 1994, shortly after the Dey Report was published by the TSX on ‘Where Are the Directors’. GPC‘s mandate is to be the voice of governance professionals in Canada. Its members deal with all matters affecting corporate governance, from board and committee processes, management and structure, disclosure, stakeholder engagement, legal and corporate compliance, as well as issues crucial to boards, their accountability and oversight.