Meet our Board of Directors

Sudha Datta, 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

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.

Lindsey Crawford, Director

Lindsey Crawford has over 25 years of experience in strategic leadership, operational management, and professional practice in a wide variety of clinical program areas in both pediatric and adult acute care. She has successfully built and enhanced a number of healthcare programmes through partnerships with hospitals, community agencies, physicians, government agencies/Ministries, and Private Partners. Lindsay also has vast experience sitting on many committees and Board of Directors. She has an Honours BSc. In Physical Therapy and a Master's in Health Sciences in Health Administration and a Doctorate in Science in Rehabilitation and Health Leadership. Lindsey has been a lecturer at the University of Toronto in the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine and is the author of a number of peer-reviewed abstracts. In 2016 she received a medal from the Minister of Health and Long Term Care as an Individual Champion for Aboriginal Navigator Role and the Quality Award Honourable Mention from the Cancer Quality Council of Ontario for Improving Palliative Care Services.

Kassidy Kennedy, Secretary

Kassidy received a Bachelor of Science from Laurentian University and holds a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Fredericton. She has over 10 years of dedicated Ontario public sector experience. Having a combined experience in project management, digital product design, strategic business forecasting, and financial planning. Kassidy also holds a certification in Product Management from Cornell University and is a Certified Agile Scrum Master.

Dr. Catherine Clark, Past 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.