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Board of Directors

John Capozzolo, Chair
Senior Vice President, Direct Channels, TD Bank Group

John Capozzolo is the Senior Vice President, Direct Channels, TD Bank Group where he leads TD's North American Phone Channel and ATM businesses. He oversees a diverse cross-bank team of over 8,000 employees from TD Insurance, TD Wealth, TD Canada Trust and TD Bank. John gives back through involvement in the Toronto Food Bank and as an Advisor to the TD Group Bank United Way Cabinet. John holds a BA, Economics from York University and an MBA from Queens University.

Koker Christensen
Partner, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
Koker Christensen is a partner with Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP and is Co-Leader of the Firm’s Financial Institutions Group. His practice focuses on advising banks, insurers and other financial service providers on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, and a wide variety of corporate and regulatory matters. Koker holds a BA from Simon Fraser University and a JD from the University of Toronto.
Graeme Deans
Partner, Ernst & Young LLP
Graeme Deans is a Partner with Ernst & Young’s Transaction Advisory Services and leads the Firm’s Operational Transaction Services practice across Canada.  He has over 30 years of management consulting experience, with expertise is business strategy, mergers & acquisitions, organization design and corporate governance.  Graeme is also a part-time lecturer at York University’s Schulich School of Business in the areas of business strategy, international business and economics.  Graeme holds a BSc (Honours) in chemical engineering from Queen’s University and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

Debbie Dimoff
Chief Client Officer, Cygnus Investment Partners
Debbie Dimoff is Chief Client Officer at Cygnus Investment Partners, an asset management firm providing proprietary Canadian access to top-tier alternative investing solutions. At Cygnus, Debbie leads the firm’s client experience design, marketing and communications, HR and strategic relationships. Debbie is a frequent speaker and writer on digital change, customer-driven organizations and careers in digital media. She is Chair of the External Affairs Committee and a mentor for the OCAD Imagination Catalyst Lab. Debbie is also a Board Director for the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) and the Chair of Programming for the International Women’s Forum (IWF) Toronto Chapter.
Pat Dunwoody
Executive Director, Canadian ETF Association

Pat Dunwoody is the Executive Director of the Canadian ETF Association and has held this role since the Association was introduced. Pat has over 30 years of experience in the financial services industry with the last 20 in executive positions. The majority of her career was spent at mutual fund management companies, including AGF, Fidelity and Trimark. Throughout the years, she has been an active member of key industry committees at IFIC, FundSERV, and the CCMA. Pat is also involved in her community – acting as Chair of the Community Living Dufferin Board of Directors and as a Board member of Prosper Canada.

Patrick Ens
President, Capital One Canada
Patrick Ens is President of Capital One Canada, responsible for Customer Acquisition, Customer Management, and Partnerships strategy for the credit card portfolio. He leads multiple customer focused teams all dedicated to the common goal of helping Canadians succeed with credit. Patrick is also the executive champion for the company's Diversity and Inclusion strategy in Canada. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Queen’s University.
Anthony M. Grnak
Anthony Grnak was an audit partner at Deloitte LLP, and also Managing Partner-Canada for their Manufacturing Industry program. His career spanned four decades in the profession, firstly within Arthur Andersen LLP where he was the Managing Partner for the audit and advisory practice in Canada as well as serving on several North American and global positions, including the Global Chairman's Advisory Council. Anthony has served as a director on multiple not-for-profit organizations. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto and received his Chartered Accountant designation.
Jeff Loomis
Executive Director, Momentum
Jeff Loomis is the Executive Director with Momentum, a Community Economic Development (CED) Organization in Calgary. Jeff has worked with several non-profit organizations in Calgary focused on community development, and serves in a number of volunteer capacities, including as a Board member of Prosper Canada. Jeff graduated with his Bachelor of Arts degree and Master’s Degree in Environmental Design at the University of Calgary, and he has completed a Certificate in Non-Profit Management from Mount Royal University.
Scott MacKenzie
CEO, Fidelity Clearing Canada ULC
Scott MacKenzie is the Chief Executive Officer of Fidelity Clearing Canada.  Scott has been with Fidelity Clearing Canada since 2011, when he was brought on as the Senior Vice President, Business Development, with responsibility for Sales, Relationship Management, Platform Strategy and Marketing. Over his career Scott has lived and worked in Canada and the US contributing to the growth of public and private companies. Scott graduated with honours from Queen's University and holds the Partners, Directors and Senior Officers (PDO) designation and successfully completed the Canadian Securities Institute Conduct and Practices Handbook course.
Francine Whiteduck
Founder, Whiteduck Resources Inc.
Francine Whiteduck is the founder of Whiteduck Resources Inc., a boutique consulting firm that provides community, national and international research, evaluation and business development service. Francine has expertise working with the public and private sector, and specializes in disciplines related to business and economic development, education, and social development with an interest in women's development. In 2009, she was awarded with the World of Difference Award from The International Alliance of Women in recognition of her contribution to the economic advancement of women. Previously Francine served as CEO of the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association. Francine is Algonquin from the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation in Quebec.