Advisory Board

Sarah Robertson (Partner, Dorsey & Whitney, IP and Creative Industries) – Chair

Stephanie McKinnon (General Counsel, Skydance Media)

Orit Blankrot (Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs, NBC Entertainment)

Paula Viola (Vice President, Legal and Business Affairs, VICE Media)

Leo Wan (Senior Legal Counsel, The Score, Inc.)

Lucian Vital (Senior Counsel, TD Bank)

Robin Fermin (Director, HSBC Global Banking and Markets)

Timothy Franklin (Legal Counsel, Moneris Solutions Corporation)

Tatiana Lewin (Senior Director, Legal Affairs at Public Sector Pension Investments)

Michael Bretholz (Senior Vice President, Macquarie Infrastructure & Real Assets)

Jessica Palter (Vice President, General Counsel, Purpose Financial)

Delia Cristea (Partner, General Counsel and Secretary, Power Sustainable Capital)

Valerie Scott (Director, Legal Services, Bombardier Aviation)

Wayne Chang (Assistant General Counsel, Squarespace)

Dorian Needham (Vice President, Compliance & Regulatory Affairs, Oscar Health)

Angie Zorotheos (Chief Operating Officer & General Counsel, Zanbato, Inc)

Emilian Papadopoulos (President, Good Harbor Security Risk Management)

Hans Arthur Black (CEO/Founder, SharedHarvest)

Jake Hirsch-Allen (North America Workforce Development & Higher Ed System Lead, LinkedIn)

Caroline Youdan (Litigation Partner, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP)

Pierre-Olivier Savoie (Partner, Savoie Laporte)

Reuven Ashtar (Founder and President, Never Napping)

Lisa M. Kelly (Assistant Professor, Queen’s University Faculty of Law)

Robert Leckey (Dean, Full Professor, McGill Faculty of Law)) – Academic Advisor


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