LL.B.'86. Barrister & Solicitor, Partner, Cunningham, Swan, Carty, Little & Bonham LLP., Member of, Special Lecturer for and Certified Specialist by The Law Society of Upper Canada (Real Estate Law), Appointed Member (Part Time), Environment and Land Tribunals Ontario, Assessment Review Board of Ontario, Appointed Member (Part Time) Canada Payments in Lieu of Taxes Dispute Advisory Panel, Appointed Member, Foundation at Queen's University, Member, Frontenac Law Association, Elected Member, Governing Council, Ontario Bar Association ("OBA"), Member, OBA Governance Committee, Member, OBA Nominating Committee; Elected Member-at-Large, Real Estate Section Executive, OBA; Elected member, Governing Council, Canadian Bar Association. Former President and Former Treasurer, Kingston Family YMCA Board of Directors, Former Teacher, St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts and Science, Member, The Salvation Army Advisory Board for Kingston, Board Member, The Grenville Park Co-operative Housing Association Limited, Life Time Member, The Rideau Trail Association, Member, The Kingston Historical Society. Current term to 2014.
B.Sc. (Eng.) '85, M.B.A.'91 (Harvard). President and CEO Kinetico Incorporated - a leading global manufacturer of residential and commercial water purification and water treatment systems. Prior: Chief Marketing Officer, Kinetico. Senior Partner, Monitor Group and Chief Application Officer, M2C - Monitor's marketing strategy group specializing in growth strategies. Member of M2C's leadership team, and co-founder of Marketing Software Services Group. Bar manager, Clark Hall Pub. EngSoc award for Managerial excellence. Elected by the University Council to the Board of Trustees – current term to 2015. Current term on University Council to 2013.
B.A.'88, E.M.B.A.'96. CEO of leading national public relations firm. Expertise in reputation management & non-profit governance. Lecturer & advisor, Queen’s School of Business, 1996-date. Reunion coordinator, 1997-2006. Internal Affairs Commissioner, member of ASUS Assembly, 1986-87. Sports Editor, Queen's Journal, 1985-86. Former Senior Advisor to Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs. Governor, North York General Hospital, 2001-11. Co-Chair, Social Venture Partners Toronto. Chair, Churchill Society for Advancement of Parliamentary Democracy, 2004-07. Leader, Scouts Canada, 2000-date. Chair, Global Alliance for PR & Communication Management. Communications Advisory Committee, Ontario Trillium Foundation. Fellow, Canadian Public Relations Society. Elected by the University Council to the Board of Trustees - current term to 2014. Current term on University Council to 2013.
B.A./B.Sc.’03. Since graduating, Nicole managed the Vancouver Office of Defence Construction Canada and worked to bring wind power to BC as a Project Development Manager for Natural Power Consultants. Over the past two years Nicole has been a Project Engineer for Metro Vancouver. Currently, Nicole is living with her husband Geoff in Rome, Italy where she is exploring her roots, studying the language and pursuing International Development work opportunities. While at Queen’s Nicole was a Science Constable for three years, the Business Manager at Clark Hall Pub, participated on the Integrated Resource Center planning team, and was an events leader for Quasar. Current term to 2016.
B.Sc.'03, B.Ed.'04. Associate Director of Development, Branksome Hall. 2004-'06 Alumni Officer, Students - Queen's University Advancement Office. 2007/2008 Co-Chair, John Orr Dinner and Dance. 2007/2009 United Way Allocations Panel Committee. 2007/2009 Board of Directors, Queen's University Alumni Association. 2006-2008 Fundraising Chair, Canadian Cancer Society. 2007/2009 Treasurer for the Queen's Toronto Branch Executive. 2006 Countdown to Queen's Toronto Branch Volunteer. Current term to 2013.
Sc.'86. Principal-designate, Appleby College. Formerly Vice Principal, Upper Canada College. Worked for 13 years in Alumni Affairs at Queen’s (Director from 1992-99.) Active in dozens of Queen’s groups, including: President, University Club; President, AMS; QUESSI; EngSoc; Campaign for Queen’s; Challenge Campaign; University Council; and many Alumni groups. Recipient of Tricolour Award, Engineering Society Award, and Herbert Hamilton Award. Involved in many professional and community organizations including CCAE, CASE, Gatehouse Family Co-op, Habitat for Humanity, Christ Church Deer Park, and Barrow Foundation Recipient of CCAE Lifetime Achievement Award. Member Board of Trustees Advancement (Chair) and Nominating Committees. Elected by the University Council to the Board of Trustees - current term to 2013. Current term on University Council to 2013.
B.A.’76, L.L.B. ’79. Alan is a labour and employment lawyer with Cunningham, Swan in Kingston, and is a former vice-chair of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. Alan has considerable board/governance experience in the education sector. Alan resides near Belleville with Katherine Allen, Meds ’79. Alan is committed to maintaining Queens’ strong reputation nationally and internationally. Current term to 2016.
B.Com.'82. President & CEO, Almonte General Hospital. Member, Canadian and Ontario Institutes of Chartered Accountants and Canadian College of Health Leaders. Artsci Frosh Week volunteer 1979. Member and Co-Chair AMS High School Liaison Committee 1980 - 1982. Board member, Ontario 211 Services Corporation. Past Board Chair, United Way of York Region. Former Treasurer, National Ballet Endowment Foundation. Current term to 2013.
B.A.(Hons.)'03, M.Sc.(Birmingham, UK). Director, Producer Relations & Communications - BC Dairy Association. Terasen Gas/FortisBC. BC 2010 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games Secretariat. Canadian Olympic Committee. Embassy of Canada (Washington, DC). Communications Consultant. Current Board Appointments: QUAA, West Vancouver Police Department, Richmond Art Gallery. While at Queen's: Queen's Solar Car, MCRC, Queen's Bands, Withinsight, NTYLC. Current term to 2014.
B.Sc.(Eng)’06, B.A.’06, M.Sc.(Eng)’08. Transportation Engineer for BA Group. Tom was active as a representative to the Engineering Society and the A.M.S., serving both as deputy speaker. A former Campus Bookstore (QUESSI) Director and Chair of Finance, Tom wrote for the Journal, competed on the engineering rugby team, and volunteered with outreach projects. As a SGPS member helped rewrite the society by-laws. Also a former Clark Hall Pub business manager, Tom worked for Science Quest and is the current Sci05 President. Current term to 2016.
B.A.(Hons.)'98, M.I.R.'00, LL.B.'03. Provincial Specialist, Employment Practices Branch, Ontario Ministry of Labour. Member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. 2008 Recipient of the Marsha Lampman Award for service and dedication as an ambassador on behalf of Queen's. President of the Toronto Branch of the QUAA, co-chair of the John Orr Award Dinner and Dance Organizing Committee (2007 and 2008), Chair, Education and Culture Committee (2005-2007). Current term to 2017.
B.Sc.’03. Bachelor of Nursing (2009). Registered Nurse. Member, College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta. Member, Victorian Order of Nurses (2009), Coast Mountain Sports (2004-2009), University of Calgary, Faculty of Medicine – Cancer Research (2004-07). Volunteer with Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse (2005-2009). Member, Calgary Stampede Next Generation Council (2006). Student volunteer with Queen’s Kaleidoscope (1998-1999). Student member of Queen’s Varsity Development Rowing Crew (1998). Current term to 2016.