Ottawa, ON – The Institute on Governance is proud to announce the addition of Owen Charters to our Board of Directors. Owen Charters is CEO of BGC Canada (formerly Boys & Girls Clubs), the country’s largest child- and youth-focused charity. Former Chair of Imagine Canada and the Human Resources Council on the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector, Owen is also faculty for the Social Sector Leadership MBA at York University’s Schulich School of Business.
The Institute on Governance is excited to have Owen serve as a strategic voice on our Board of Governors. His commitment to people, passion for nonprofit sector work, and dedication to colleagues will serve the IOG as we move towards our future.
Presently, the Board of Governors of the Institute on Governance is comprised of:
Aurèle Thériault, Chair – Co-President, Interlocus Group.
Sarah Paquet, Vice-Chair – Director and CEO at FINTRAC.
Aneeta Bains – Partner, Public Sector at IBM Canada.
Brian Bost – Partner, Advisory Services, KPMG.
Malcolm Brown – Senior Strategic Advisor, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Julie Di Lorenzo – President, Diamante Urban Corp.
Martine Durier-Copp, M.A., M.Mus., PhD. (she/her/elle) – Academic Dean, NSCAD University
Shingai Manjengwa – Chief Executive Officer of Fireside Analytics Inc.
Colin McKay – Head, Public Policy and Government Relations, Google Canada.
Owen Charters – CEO of BGC Canada.
The Institute on Governance is a Canadian non-for-profit focused on working to advance governance through research, learning, advisory services, and more. Over our three decades, we have worked with federal, provincial, municipal, and Indigenous governments, and not-for-profit organizations. Our networks have taken us to three dozen countries worldwide, including with recent projects in Iraq, and Botswana. Today, we are focused on the 21st century challenges to good governance that governments and their citizens face.
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