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Non-profit governance
Non-profit governance focuses primarily on the fiduciary responsibility a Board of Directors has with respect to the exercise of authority over the explicit public trust that is understood to exist between the mission of an organization and those whom the organisation serves.

Corporate governance
Corporate governance consists of the set of processes, customs, policies, laws and institutions affecting the way people direct, administer or control a corporation. Corporate governance also includes the relationships among the many players involved (the stakeholders) and corporate goals. The principal players include our stakeholders (our customers, employees, suppliers, banks, regulators, the environment and the community at large), management, and the board of directors.

Corporate organizations often use the word governance to describe both

Members of the Board of Directors

  • Deb Allan (Chair)
  • Jennifer Sheed (Deputy Chair)
  • Partha Nag (Treasurer)
  • Helen Yorston (Secretary)
  • Michael Hennessy
  • Kaye Osterfield

The Board meet six times per year including the AGM in October each year. The Board provides leadership and collaborates with the Chief Executive Officer to:

Develops the strategic plan and sets out the strategic direction and priorities for the organisation; and ensures that all compliance and statutory requirements are met.