Meet our Board of Directors

Dr. Catherine Clark, Board Chair

Catherine is Professor Emerita, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto.
Catherine joined the Department of Behavioural Science, Faculty of Medicine in 1972 and ‘retired’ in 2008. As Professor Emerita, she continued to teach courses, do research and supervise students. Catherine has received many community service and University of Toronto awards including the Ludwik and Estelle Jus Memorial Human Rights Prize. She has vast experience on committees and boards. Catherine’s research and teaching are in the areas of health and human rights, and global health challenges faced by women and children disadvantaged by poverty, prejudice and social exclusion. She has spent many years working in international settings with women, children, political prisoners, refugees, displaced people and street dwellers. She has been a guest lecturer at universities in East Africa, Kenya, Jordan Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Palestine, Israel, China and England. From 1992 – 1996, Catherine took a leave of absence from the University of Toronto to work in Kenya, participating in the evacuation of refugees from Rwanda, working with refugees and displaced people in Kenya and helped organize a major evacuation of street children in Nairobi.

Sudha Datta, Vice Chair

Sudha worked as Head of Operations with an international investment organization for over 15 years and was responsible for custody relationship, asset safety and servicing, securities lending and investment operations. He was honoured with the “Industry Legend” award by Global custodian magazine in 2016. He is currently co-founder and managing partner of consulting firm “Soterium” and advises investment firms, pension trusts and family investment offices. He is a certified public accountant from the State of Colorado, a fellow member of the London Institute of Banking & Finance (U.K.) and a fellow of the Chartered Institute of securities and investments, U.K

Anne Atkins, Director

Anne has over 20 years administrative experience with the Toronto District School Board. Anne also has experience working as an educational assistant providing in class support for students. Anne has been involved in working on many committees including the East York Antiracist Multicultural Leadership Programme, Autism Think Tank and East York Office Personnel Committee and has also volunteered with the Heart and Stroke Foundation and with a youth drop in programme.

Peter Johnson, Treasurer

Peter has over 30 years experience as a financial manager who has spent his career working for a variety of public and private companies in positions ranging from controller to VP of finance. Peter has over 20 years experience in auditing, accounting, and financial management. He has also provided strategic leadership in the areas of finance and operations benchmarking. Peter is a CPA with an MBA majoring in finance and a BA majoring in Economics.

Anokhi Khamar, Director

Anokhi is a Senior Manager of Robotic Process Automations at Bell and manages a team of over 55 stakeholders. As a member of a 4 person team of individuals she was the winner of the first Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Think Tank. As an outdoor enthusiast Anokhi began her first entrepreneurial endeavour as a blog writer sharing trail ideas across the city via social media. Anokhi has her BBA from York University-Schulich School of Business.

Sue Ellen Javier-Daluz, Secretary

Sue Ellen is a Project Manager with over 20 years of experience. She has managed and led complex business projects from planning through implementation at OLG. She was a 2 time OLG Opal Award Winner for industry excellence and was a member of the OLG Women’s Network Steering Committee, OLG Diversity and Inclusion Operational Lead Member, and the OLG Social Responsibility Operational Lead Manager.

Karlo Cabrera, Director

Karlo is the Principal of H.A. Halbert Jr. Public School. H.A. Halbert is a model inner city school. Karlo is committed to transforming student learning through collaboration with families and the community and leadership through global competencies. He is dedicated to creating a culture of student and staff well-being through student engagement, creating conditions for effective transitions, developing a trauma-informed school and celebrating diversity and identity. He has over 20 years experience in the field of education with a Master of Education.