The work of Prince’s Trust Canada is overseen and supported by its Board of Directors.
Prince’s Trust Canada is currently recruiting for one Board of Directors position. Please send enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
F. Mark M. Fell (Chair)
Mark leads Royal Bank of Canada’s Global Ultra High Net Worth (UHNW) Services group. He is responsible for developing and executing a focused UHNW client strategy and operating model across RBC globally. Previous to this role, Mark was responsible for driving the overall strategic agenda for the Royal Bank of Canada’s wealth management division. Mark has a Law degree from Oxford University (MA, Oxon) and a BA Hons from Queens University in Canada. He lives in Toronto with his wife and three children. Mark replaced The Hon. Hilary Weston as Chair of PTC in December 2017.
Ian Aitken, MSC, CFA
Ian Aitken believes in lifelong learning, entrepreneurship and the importance of friends and family. He is the Managing Partner of Pembroke Management, an investment management firm that he joined in 1987.
Mr. Aitken serves as Chairman of Enactus Canada, a registered Canadian charity that he founded, is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization and a past president of the St. Andrew’s Society of Montreal. He is also the Chairman of the Mount Royal Club in Montreal and a Director of the Bhutan Canada Foundation and The John Dobson Foundation. He received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 and the Meritorious Service Cross from the Governor General in 2017 in recognition of his contribution towards entrepreneurship education. Mr. Aitken graduated from the Richard Ivey School of Business at Western University with a Bachelor of Arts, Honours Business Administration in 1987 and received the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1990. Mr. Aitken is married with three children.
Laurel C. Broten, B.Sc., B.A., J.D., I.C.D.D.
Laurel is President and CEO of Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI), the agency responsible for investment attraction and export development for the Province of Nova Scotia.
From 2013-2015, Laurel was President and CEO of Broten Public Policy International Inc., providing strategic advice on complex public policy challenges, change management and government transformation, including conducting a comprehensive review of Nova Scotia’s taxes and regulations.
From 2003-2013, Laurel served in the Government of Ontario, including as Minister of Education, Minister of Children and Youth Services, Minister of the Environment, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Minister Responsible for Women’s Issues, Vice-chair of Treasury Board/Management Board, and Parliamentary Assistant to the Premier, to the Minister of Health and Long-term Care, and to the Minister of Energy.
Laurel graduated with distinction with her Juris Doctor from the University of Western Ontario; clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada for Madam Justice L’Heureux-Dubé; and practiced as a commercial and civil litigation lawyer until her election to government in 2003.
Laurel currently serves on the boards of the International Women’s Forum (Atlantic), Mount Saint Vincent University, l’Université de Moncton, the Public Policy Forum, and the Canada China Business Council.
Tania Carnegie, MVO, MBA, CPA
Tania is the Global Lead for Private Equity and Asset Management for KPMG IMPACT, a global Centre for Excellence that brings together professionals and subject matter experts from across KPMG’s global organization to support the delivery of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
An experienced and recognized leader in impact investing and ESG, Tania advises clients on strategies that integrate social & environmental factors into decisions that create long-term value.
Tania has contributed to key sector-building initiatives including serving as a member of Canada’s National Advisory Board to the G8 Social Impact Investment Taskforce, and the Government of Canada’s Steering Group that drafted a national social innovation & social finance strategy. She also leads KPMG’s relationship with FCLTGlobal.
Before assuming her international role, Tania created and led KPMG Canada’s social impact strategy as the firm’s first Chief Impact Officer and spent a decade leading engagements for corporate and financial services clients in the operations improvement, risk management & governance practices.
Active in her community, Tania is Chair of the TELUS Friendly Future Foundation, and a Director of The Prince’s Trust Canada, Business/Arts, and The Lieutenant Governor of Ontario’s Service Fund.
In recognition of her community service, Tania has been awarded The Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers, and The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal. For over a decade, Tania was a Member of the Royal Household at Buckingham Palace, serving as Lady in Waiting to HRH The Countess of Wessex, responsible for her Canadian patronages, communications, and annual multi-city visits. In The Queen’s 2019 New Year’s Honours List, Tania was appointed a Member of The Royal Victorian Order (MVO), Her Majesty’s personal Order of Knighthood for exceptional service to the Royal Family.
Tania is a Chartered Professional Accountant and completed her MBA at the Rotman School of Management, and her Bachelor of Science at Western University.
Dame Martina Milburn, DCVO, CBE
Martina is Group Chief Executive of The Prince’s Trust and was previously Chief Executive of The Prince’s Trust UK. She joined The Prince’s Trust in May 2004, having been Chief Executive of the BBC Children in Need Appeal since 2000. In July 2018, Dame Martina was appointed Chair of the Social Mobility Commission by the UK Government. Martina trained and began her career as a journalist. She established the Press and Communications function for the Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD). She then held the post of Chief Executive of the Association of Spinal Injury Research, Rehabilitation and Reintegration (ASPIRE). Dame Martina received a CBE for services to charity in 2013. In the 2017 New Year Honours list, she received the honour of Dame Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (DCVO).
Mr. Malik Talib is an entrepreneur, active corporate director, and engaged community volunteer. He is the Chief Executive of The Talmont Group, has practiced as a tax lawyer and worked as the CEO of a publicly traded company. Malik is currently Chairman of the Ismaili Leaders’ International Forum and for over 30 years, he has held a series of senior leadership and executive roles with the Ismaili Community and agencies of the Aga Khan Development Network, including recently as President of the Aga Khan Council for Canada, Director and Corporate Secretary of the Aga Khan Museum, and Member of the Global Centre for Pluralism corporation, a joint initiative of the Government of Canada and the Ismaili Imamat. In 2015, Malik was appointed by the Government of Canada to the position of Vice-Chair of the External Advisory Committee on Religious Freedoms reporting to the Minister of Foreign Affairs. He served as the youngest member of the B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation and was on its executive for five years. He has served as a Chair of the United Way for the Lower Mainland Cabinet, Member on the Ad Hoc Advisory Council for the Premier of British Columbia, Board Member of the Vancouver Foundation, and Board Member of LIFT Philanthropy Partners. Malik has been a recipient of the Top 40 Under 40 Award by Business in Vancouver, named to the Power 50 list of Vancouver by Vancouver Magazine, and been a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth Golden Jubilee Medal and Senate 150th Anniversary Medal. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from McGill University and a Bachelor of Laws degree from Osgoode Hall. Malik lives in Vancouver with his wife Shahzma and their three children, Kayla-Iman, Mikhail and Ali.
Cynthia (Cindy) Caron Thorburn
Originally from Montreal, Cindy has a BA Hons. from Trinity College, University of Toronto, and a Master of Arts from the Institute of Commonwealth Studies at the University of London, England. Her professional life has focused on the retail financial services industry and she has held positions at both Toronto Dominion Asset Management and Trimark Mutual Funds. Currently, she is President of her own consulting practice, CynTactics Communications Inc., and she serves as a Vice President and Director of a privately-held family corporation. Cindy’s volunteer work and philanthropic board appointments have centred largely on education, the arts, and the environment. In addition to many grassroots volunteer initiatives, she was Chair of the London Goodenough Association of Canada (an alumni association that grants scholarships for Canadian graduate students to live at Goodenough College, London); she served on the boards of Trinity College (Toronto), Canada’s National Ballet School, and the Association Council of Upper Canada College; and she completed a four-year term as a civic appointee to the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. As President of her local residents’ association and in other capacities, she has supported and actively led advocacy on such environmental initiatives as Toronto’s pesticide ban, preservation of Toronto’s urban forest, and land-use of local green space. She obtained her ICD.D at the Institute of Corporate Directors in 2015.
Janine Windolph (Atikamekw/Woodland Cree)
Janine is a Saskatchewan-based filmmaker and Interdisciplinary artist and storyteller. She is the Associate Director of Indigenous Arts at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and was previously the Curator of Community Engagement at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina, Saskatchewan. Janine’s filmography includes roles as producer, director, narrator, writer and/or editor. She directed Stories Are In Our Bones; Lifegivers: Honoring Our Elders and Children; The Land of Rock and Gold; and Ayapiyâhk ôma niyanân “Only us, we are here at home”. She produced From Up North and provided production support and was a storyteller for The Beacon Project: Stories of Qu’Appelle Valley. Janine was a co-producer for RIIS Media Project Inc and co-directed RIIS from Amnesia: Recovering the Lost Legacies that explores the history of the Regina Indian Industrial School (RIIS). This led to the formation of RIIS Commemorative Association, Inc. and as president, Janine helped the organization achieve municipal and provincial heritage designation. Janine has volunteered for Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative, mispon: A Celebration of Indigenous Filmmaking, Common Weal, and Reconciliation Regina. She is currently providing production support to the Buffalo Mountain Video Project that is part of homeschooling for her two teenage sons.
The Hon. Hilary M. Weston, CM, CVO, OOnt. is Chair Emeritus.