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Queen's University
 

Elected Members G - M


 


 

Portrait of Hari Ganapathy

Hari Ganapathy

B.Sc.(Eng.)’02; Assurance - Global Upstream Projects, BP. During his time at Queen’s: member of FREC Committee’98, Orientation Round Table - Logistics Head’99, Mining Engineering Club - Industrial Liaison’01. After his Mining Engineering degree at Queen’s, Hari completed the European Mining Course at Helsinki University in 2003 and went on to work in South Africa for 3 years as a Mining Engineer and qualified as a Mine Manager. Currently managing the Safety & Operational Risk Assurance Program for BP’s Upstream Major Projects. Current term to 2014.

 

 

 

Portrait of Jennifer Goodyer

Jennifer Goodyer

B.A.(Hons.)’01, M.P.A.’06 (Carleton). Director, Health Canada Communications and Public Affairs Branch (2012-present). Special Advisor to the Assistant Deputy Minister Strategic Policy Branch - Health Canada (2009-2011). Senior Policy Analyst, Health Canada, (2007-2009) Policy Analyst, Health Canada, 2006-07. Performance Measurement Officer, Health Canada 2005-06. Telefundraising Coordinator, Queen’s Advancement Office 2001-04. Consultant, Queen’s Advancement External Services 2001-04. Elected Member, Queen's University Council, 2005-2017. Heart and Stroke Foundation Volunteer, 2010-2012 Health Canada Student Mentor, 2008-2010 Member Organizing Committee, Canadian Evaluation Society - Case-Competition 2004-05. Conference Coordinator, Queen’s Faculty of Education 2000. Chair, Queen’s Commitment to Area and Region (QCARE) 1999-2000. Chair, Queen’s University United Way Student Campaign 1998-99. Volunteer, Queen’s for Literacy 1999. Volunteer, Queen’s Heart & Stroke Foundation 1999. Social Coordinator, Queen’s Performing Arts Committee 1997-98. Gael 1997. Current term to 2017.

 

Portrait of Mike HarlowMike Harlow

B.A.(Hons.)’01, Master Spatial Analysis (MSA - Ryerson and U of T)’03. Senior manager of the Inuvialuit Land Administration division of the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation. Responsible for the management of ~90,000km2 of lands (both surface and subsurface) owned by the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation. Current projects being permitted or prepared for include the Inuvik – Tuktoyaktuk Highway, NWT Fibre Optic Cable, Mackenzie Gas Project and various smaller research, tourism, community and low impact private developments. Member Queen’s Model United Nations 1998-99. Accepted on Academic Exchange with University of Edinburgh, 1999-00. Volunteer: East Three Canoe Club, Inuvik Civil Air Search and Rescue Association, End of the Road Music Festival, Inuvik Youth Centre, Ducks Unlimited and Co-founder Tuktoyaktuk Canoe Project. Current term to 2016

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Portrait of Anjali HelfertyAnjali Helferty

B.Sc.(Hons.)'06; AMS Social Issues Commissioner (04-05); Queen's Musical Theatre Board (04-05). PhD Candidate in Workplace Learning and Social Change at OISE, University of Toronto; M.S.’13 in Organizational Change Management from The New School. National Coordinator, Sierra Youth Coalition's Sustainable Campuses program (06-08); Managing Director, Energy Action Coalition (09-10); Interim Executive Director, Southern Energy Network (2011). Profiled in Vanity Fair, Alternatives Journal; author of two peer-reviewed journal articles on campus sustainability. Media appearances include Mike Duffy Live and The Agenda with Steve Paikin. Current term to 2017.

 

 

Portrait of ellen HendersonEllen L. Henderson

B.A.’70, Ph.D.’76. Accredited Business Communicator; Post Doctoral Fellow, The Disraeli Project; Sessional Lecturer Department of Political Studies; Twenty-nine year career as federal public servant in a variety of departments specializing in communications, marketing and publishing; Currently Senior Communications Advisor, CORCAN, Correctional Service of Canada; Chair, Family Partnering Committee, Habitat for Humanity, National Capital Region, Past Member ; International Association of Business Communicators; the Board of Directors Habitat for Humanity National Capital Region; Board of Directors, Ottawa Humane Society. Current term to 2017.

 

 

Portrait of Lee-Anne HermannLee-Anne Hermann

B.Com.’90, Masters in International Business, Vienna University of Business and Economics ’93, 2 year Diploma in International Relations, Vienna Diplomatic Academy,’94. Foreign Service Officer, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. Diplomatic postings in Ireland, Zimbabwe, Germany and Côte d’Ivoire. At Queen’s: Chief Boss 1987, Chairperson of Q’BET 1989, bartender at Clark Hall 1988-1990, volunteer at crisis call-in centre, 1989-1990. Presently volunteer with Ottawa Humane Society and Ottawa-Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities. Current term to 2016.

 

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Portrait of Annie HillockAnnie Hillock

B.N.Sc.’85, B.Ed’89 (UofT), M.A.’97 (C.M.U.). Head of Guidance at Collingwood Collegiate Institute. Reunion Co-ordinator for Nursing '85 and editor of Anecdotal Notes (1985-94). Volunteered with Craigleith Summer Club as committee member (2004- 09); Craigleith Tennis Chairman (2006-09); Craigleith Snow School committee member (2003-06); Collingwood District Supervisor with Canadian Ski Patrol System (1992-95); currently coach Senior and Junior tennis teams at Collingwood Collegiate Institute and OSSTF District 17 Educational Services Committee representative. Current term to 2016.

 

 

Portrait of Jennifer HiranoJennifer Hirano

B.Com.’07, MBA (Schulich)’11. Marketing at Colgate-Palmolive. Former AMS VP Operations, Commerce Society Academics Commissioner, Residence Don, Queen’s Campus Tour Guide, Walkhome Staff, Queen’s Centre Building Committee, Queen’s School of Business Promotion, Tenure & Renewal Committee, Queen’s Daycare Board of Directors. Recipient of the Commerce Undergraduate Award and Diana Blake Memorial Book Prize. John Orr Chair (2009 & 2010), Committee Member (2007, 2008, 2011), and Selection Committee (2009, 2010, 2011). Co-chair of Colgate-Palmolive’s United Way Campaign (2008 & 2009). Judge for Queen’s Entrepreneurs Competition (2007 & 2008). Current term to 2015.

 

 

Portrait of Alison HoltAlison Holt

B.A.'87. Senior Counsel and Managing Director, Communications, the Offord Group, a Canadian philanthropic consulting company. Member of University Council since 2003. Member of the University Council Reform Planning Group and the Board of Trustees External Relations and Development Committee. Past Vice-President, Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education. Past board member, Queen’s Alumni Association. Staff member in Queen’s Advancement 1988-99. Queen’s Herb Hamilton Award Winner 2000. Student involvement includes Queen’s Journal 1984-88 (News Editor 1987-88), writer for the Conduit, and member of the Status of Women Committee 1987-88. Member of the Marty, Royce and Lynett Scholarship selection committee 1998-2000. Current term to 2015.

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Portrait of Gordon HowarthGordon Howarth

B.Sc.(Eng.)’85. HSE Manager / Marketing Specialist, Gates Canada Inc, Brantford. Responsibilities within Gates include sales management, strategic planning / budgeting / forecasting responsibilities across all markets, as well as Health, Safety and Environment management. Current treasurer: Hamilton Basketball Association and liaison for the subsidized program for inner city children. At Queen’s I was the science formal Convener for Science ’85 (Laurelindorian) and member of the Engineering Society. Current term to 2014.

 

 

 

Portrait of Mustafa HumayunMustafa Humayun

B.Com.'07; Associate at Goldman, Sachs & Co., in the Special Situations Group, where he is responsible for investing in and lending to businesses across several sectors. At Queen's, Mustafa was CFO of Queen's Opera Company, Deputy Commerce Academic Commissioner and Chair of the Equality Issues Committee. He is a founding director of LIFT, an African social entrepreneurship fund, an advisory board member for the A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute for stem cell research, an alumni board member of Queen's University Investment Council and a mentor-coach with iMentor. Current term to 2017.

 

 

 

Portrait of Andrew IbeyAndrew Ibey

B.Sc.(Eng.)’02, B.Sc.’03, M.Eng.’09 (UBC), P.Eng. Biomedical Engineer - St. Paul’s Hospital. 2012 CMBES Early Career Achievement Award, AMEC Chief Executives Young Achiever (UK’05). Membership: P.Eng (PEO & APEGBC), Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Queen’s: FREC (’99), ISC Herstmonceux Castle (’01), Camp Outlook Leader for Youth-at-Risk (‘00-’02), Rock Band "Poison Ibey" opened for Rheostatics at Clark Hall and played Sci Formal (’00). Volunteer: Queen’s Halifax and Vancouver Alumni, CMBEC Clinical Engineering Co-Chair (‘14), St. John’s Ambulance Sergeant and Advanced Medical First Responder Level 2. Current term to 2015.

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Portrait of Adam JanikowskiAdam A. Janikowski

B.A.Sc. (Eng.)'02, B.A.'03, M.B.A.'11 (INSEAD). Adam works in international oil and gas banking and writes occasionally for the Globe and Mail. Adam is also heavily involved as a volunteer with Scouts Canada. While completing his Chemical Engineering and Classical Studies degrees, Adam competed in varsity rugby and varsity wrestling, as well as alpine skiing. He was involved in the Engineering Society, the AMS and chaired the QUESSI (Campus Bookstore) Board of Directors. In 2008, Adam summitted Mount Everest. Current term to 2017.

 

 

 

Portrait of Ailish JohnsonAilish Johnson

B.A.(Hons.)’97, M.Sc. (LSE), D.Phil (Oxon). Taught at Oxford University before returning to Canada to work in the Department of Foreign Affairs on international trade negotiations and the Privy Council Office on softwood lumber negotiations and telecommunications policy. Currently Senior Director, Strategic Policy, Industry Canada (federal government). Queen’s activities included summer orientation program, manager of the Walk Home program, and Kingston Panthers Rugby. Led campaign in 2007 to renew ArtsSci ’97 Bursary. Volunteer with ALS Society and in local community. Current term to 2014.

 

 

 

Portrait of Cheryl JohnstonCheryl E. Johnston

KGH Nursing’70, B.A.’01. After Hours Manager, Patient Care Services, Brockville Mental Health Centre. Nursing Instructor, St. Lawrence College, Brockville. Alumni Association Involvement: Past member of the Board of Directors and the Branch Development, Assembly Planning and Communication Committees; President of Brockville Branch (1993-present); Herbert J. Hamilton Award Winner (1992), Branch Achievement Award Winner (1992); Coordinator of Queen’s Sesqui Cookbook (1991); currently serving on the Committee of University Council Representatives to Alumni Assembly. Current term to 2014.

 

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Portrait of Mala JoshiMala Joshi

B.Sc.(Hons)’00, LL.B.’03 (Dalhousie). Lawyer at Ridout & Maybee LLP, Member, Law Society of Upper Canada, Canadian Bar Association. Student member of Queen’s Student Constables and Arts and Science Year Society 1999-2000. Member of the Editorial Board of Canada Law Book’s Canadian Patent Reporter (CPR). Past Director of the Canadian Association of Professional Regulatory Affairs. Secretary of the National Intellectual Property Section of the Canadian Bar Association. Current term to 2015.

 

 

 

Portrait of Jess JossJess Joss

Coordinator for ArtSci Orientation, a Deputy Commissioner and then VP University Affairs with the AMS in 1995-96. Jess also worked on campus with AMS Walk Home, Queen's Telethon, and the Dept of Alumni Affairs. Jess was previously involved in the Toronto Branch Executive, lastly in the position of Vice President. For 8 years, Jess has been involved with the QUAA Board, as MiniU Co-chair, then EVP Marketing and Communications, and now as President. Current term to 2015.

 

 

 

Portrait of C. Michael KealyC. Michael J. Kealy

B.Sc.’98, B.A. (Hons.) ’98, LL.B. ’01. Michael was born and raised in Northern Ontario and now lives in Toronto, where he practices law at the litigation boutique Moodie Mair Walker LLP. He enjoys living in Toronto but still escapes to Northern Ontario, and in particular Manitoulin Island, whenever he can. Michael was the Rector of Queen’s University from 1998-2000. He has been a member of University Council since 2008. Michael is also a member of the Council of the Ontario Bar Association. Current term to 2014.

 

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Portrait of Patrick KennedyPatrick Kennedy

B.A.(Hons.)'02, M.Sc.(London School of Economics). Director of Government Relations, CF Industries. Formerly GR at CIBC, and Chief of Staff at House of Commons. Board of Directors, Writer's Trust of Canada. Board of Directors, Government Relations Institute of Canada. Formerly Senator, Queen's University Senate; Chair, AMS Board of Directors; Queen's Model Parliament Committee; Editor of Photography for Tricolour Yearbook. Current term to 2014.

 

 

 

Portrait of Janet LambertJanet A. Lambert

B.A. (Biology)/B.P.H.E. '83, M.B.A. '87 (Ivey). Life Sciences consultant in Toronto and Washington D.C. Former President and CEO of BIOTECanada. Board Member/Advisor to Canadian American Business Council, Equal Voice, Life Sciences Ontario, CESO. Formerly in Marketing and Public Affairs with companies in the Canadian pharmaceutical sector. Toronto Biotech Initiative Community Service Award Winner, Ottawa Life Magazine's Women We Admire. Current term to 2014.

 

 

 

Portrait of Eric LascellesEric Lascelles

Princeton'00, M.A.'03. Lucky husband and father of two boys, happily settled in Toronto. Privileged to serve as Chief Economist for RBC Global Asset Management, providing insight into Canada and the world. Previous employment: TD, Statistics Canada, Goldman Sachs. Canadian Junior Track Team, 1996. Current term to 2017.

 

 

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levine.jpgKaren Levine

B.Sc.(Eng)’86. Senior Sales Director, DST Subserveo Inc., Vancouver, BC. Registered Professional Engineer (British Columbia), Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC (APEGBC) Council Member (1996-2000), Co-Founder - APEGBC Mentoring Program, Co-Author Mentoring - Building an Effective Relationship 1993, Volunteer - Scientists and Innovators in the Schools Program (1992-2000), Queen’s Varsity Women’s Squash Team (1985-86), Science Formal Committee Member (1984-85), Bartender -Clark Hall Pub (1984-86), Queen’s Applied Science Intramural Award 1982. Current term to 2014.

 

 

Portrait of David LougheedDavid Lougheed

B.A./B.P.H.E.'90, M.A.'93. Wealth Advisor, Macquarie Private Wealth. Member of Queen's Rugby Team (1986-1991). Past Member of Queen's Fields & Stadium Committee. Founding Member - Queen's Rugby Booster Club. Volunteer with Calgary Stampede's Courtesy Car Committee. Past Board Member with Rugby Canada. Member of Grant Hall Society. Current term to 2014.

 

 

 

 

Portrait of Susan LounsburySusan Lounsbury

B.Sc. (Mech Eng) ’82, P. Eng., MBA ’99 (Ottawa), PMP- President Strateff Solutions Inc., Member of the Professional Association of Engineers of Ontario, Project Management Institute. Board Member - Kingston General Hospital. Past Board Member - Thousand Island Development Corporation, Brockville General Hospital and le Syndicat du St Bernard. Parent to one Queen’s engineering student and two Queen’s grads. VP Operations - Eng Soc. 81/82 and Manager Clark Hall Pub 80/81. Served one term on University Council 2006-2012. Current term to 2018.

 

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Portrait of Travis LusneyTravis Lusney

B.Sc.’04, M.Sc.’07. Senior Consultant, Power Advisory LLC. Member of Professional Engineers of Ontario. Internal Affairs Director, Queen’s Engineering Society (2002-03). Board of Director Member for QUESSI (Campus Bookstore) 2002-06 (Operations Committee Chairmen 2006). Senior Science Constable, Clark Hall Pub, (2003-06). Recipient of the Mark Latham Memorial Award and the F.M. Gauchie Award. Volunteer Coach with Little League Canada Baseball and Minor Hockey Ontario. Current term to 2014.

 

 

 

Portrait of Colin LynchColin K.R. Lynch

A.R.C.T. (Toronto) ’04, B.Com.’07, B.A.’07, M.B.A.’11 (Harvard). McKinsey Consultant; formerly at Morgan Stanley, Monitor Group and P&G. Advised senior policy makers, politicians and corporate executives across multiple sectors. Presently serve on several non-profit arts, education and microfinance boards in Canada, the U.S. and Burkina Faso. Formerly Co-Head of Harvard Business School’s Board Fellows program and Canadian delegate, 37th St. Gallen Symposium (Switzerland). At Queen’s: President of the Queen’s Student Opera Company; Chair of the Peer Judicial Boards; Managing Editor of the Queen’s International Observer; Editor-in-Chief of COMMotion; Queen’s Commerce Society Treasurer and Board Member. Elected by the University Council to the Board of Trustees - current term to 2014. Current term on University Council to 2016.

 

Portrait of James MacLeodJames MacLeod

B.A.’02, B.Sc.(Eng)’02. Member of Professional Engineers Ontario, Graduate of the International Space University (MSc’08), President of Queen’s Scuba Club ’00-’02, FREC Committee ’99, Greasepole Chair ’99, Clark Hall Pub SciCon ’00-’02, Sci’02 Social Events Co-Chair (4th year), Applied Science BEWS Stick ’01, Mechanical Engineering Class Representative ’01-’02, EngSoc ’98-’02, MECH’02 Hockey Team ’98-’06. (Oh, and I cemented shut the stairs to Alphie’s for April Fools). Current term to 2015.

 

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Portrait of Sandra McCanceSandra J. McCance

B.Sc. (Hons)'72, B.Ed.'93. Executive Assistant to the Dean and International Officer (Faculty of Education). Member: Executive of QUSA; Queen's University International Centre Council. Past President, Queen's Alumni Association (Kingston Branch). Managing Editor, Encounters/Encuentros/Rencontres on Education and Queen's Education Letter. Past Member, Ban Righ Board, Career Services Advisory Committee. Secretary and organizing committees, Queen's Miller Geology Club 1970-72. Volunteer with Rideau 1000 Islands Master Gardeners, Communities in Bloom, Kingston Horticultural Society, Kingston Gardening Festival. Current term to 2015.

 

 

Portrait of Damien McCotterDamien McCotter

B.Sc.(Eng.)'98, LL.B.; A Queen’s biography is best told by family & friends. Family: husband of Eileen and father of Pearse, son of Phelim & Dymphna, brother of Stephen, Kevin & Niall. Friends: rooted so deeply in my Queen’s experience - Track & Field, (‘93-‘94); Engineering Society - Scribe (’93), Year President (’94), Exec. Vice-President (’95); Permanent Year Exec. and Queen’s Eng Young Leaders (current). Since Queen’s…engineer in Canada, Finland & Ireland (’98-’01). Law student in Windsor, New York & Copenhagen (’01-’04). Litigation lawyer at Torys LLP (’05-Present). Current term to 2017.

 

 

Portrait of Michael McNairMichael A. McNair

B.A.H '03 (Queen's); M.Sc. '04 (London School of Economics); M. Intl. Affs '07 (Columbia University); Currently Director of Policy, Research and Planning for the Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. Previous: Manager - Strategy & Operations Consulting (Deloitte); Director of Policy / Senior Policy Advisor (Office of the Leader of the Opposition); Analyst - Investment Banking (CIBC World Markets). Queen's Involvement: AMS Chair of Board of Directors, AMS Human Resources Officer, Queen's Model Parliament Co-Chair, Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award. Current term to 2014.

 

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Portrait of Andrew MitchellAndrew B. Mitchell

B.A.(Hons)'02, MPP (SFU)'08. Director of Policy for the Minister of Energy (Ontario). Previous policy and issues management experience with the Ministries of Transportation and Municipal Affairs (Ontario). President of the SFU MPP Alumni Association and Graduate Student Society Representative (2008-10). Volunteer with Queen's Camp Outlook, member of Queen's STRIVE sustainability committee and employee with the Enrichment Mini Course Program. CSIA Certified Ski Instructor. Current term to 2015.

 

 

  

Portrait of Lara MorganLara Morgan

B.A.’92, PMP. While at Queen’s Lara launched the Queen’s Legacy of Achievement, including obtaining a $10M seed grant from the Lawson foundation. Lara has an MBA from NYU, 10+ years of management consulting experience and works in Outsourcing at BMO. Lara has been a QUAA Vice President for 2 years and was recently honoured with the Herbert J. Hamilton award for her work on Queen’s inaugural MiniU. Current term to 2015.

 

 

 

Portrait of John MouldJohn Mould

B.Sc.(Eng.)'04; John works as an Equity Research Associate at TD Securities in Toronto, where he follows the Canadian alternative energy sector. While at Queen's, John was the President of the Engineering Society (2003-2004) and a Don on Eng Floor (2004-2005); he was also a member of the Senate (2002-2003), Campus Bookstore board of directors (2003-2005) and FREC Committee (2000-2001). John wants to see increased efforts by Queen's to strengthen its ties with young graduates. Current term to 2017.

 

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