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George Morfitt is an adjunct professor at the University of Victoria's School of Public Administration. Previously, during his appointment as Auditor General of British Columbia, he oversaw the implementation of leading-edge governance and accountability initiatives in the public sector.
Dr. Henry Harder is a registered psychologist specializing in rehabilitation and family psychology; he holds a doctorate in counselling psychology. He has practiced in the field of vocational rehabilitation and disability management for approximately 17 years, and is an associate professor and Chair of Health Sciences at the University of Northern British Columbia.
Phillip Legg’s involvement in the labour movement began soon after graduating from SFU in 1977. His work has covered a broad range of issues and responsibilities, including collective bargaining and employment security. From 1997 to 2005 Phillip was director of Research and Legislation for the BC Federation of Labour. He currently is the director of Policy and Communications for the Federation of Post Secondary Educators. He also serves on the Board of Community Savings Credit Union, a B.C. financial institution with over $350 million in assets.
Joe Lindgren is a small business owner and president of Lincor Enterprises Ltd., a commercial painting and decorating firm located in Vancouver, B.C. He has extensive board experience. He is a former president of the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association (ICBA) and served on the board of directors from 1996 to 2004. He is a trustee of the Construction Industry Benefit Plan and a director of the Vancouver Resource Society. He formerly served as a director on a trade advisory council under the former provincial apprenticeship board and as a director and president of the University Golf Club.
Tazeem Nathoo, CMC, ICD.D, is an Executive Coach who works in association with Western Management Consultants. Formerly, she was part of the senior executive with a regional financial institution and has several years of experience working with crown corporations. Tazeem is a board member of Citizens Bank, BCAA, and the Canadian Patient Safety Institute.
Rick was CEO of the Vancouver Island Health Authority until October 2004 and CEO of the Vancouver/Richmond Health Board prior to his return to Victoria in 2000. Internationally he has completed a number of assignments for the World Health Organization, reviewing service delivery and national health programs. He has worked at the provincial and national levels in developing funding and system reporting, and until recently he was vice-chair of the Canadian Institute for Health Information's board. He received a master's degree in health administration from the University of Alberta in 1980. He has held adjunct clinical faculty positions at two universities and is keenly interested in health services research.
Alan Cooke has extensive experience in insurance, pension and benefits, financial reporting and investments. Immediately prior to his retirement in 2010, he was a Principal and Consulting Actuary at Mercer in Vancouver. Prior to his Mercer service, Alan was the Global Director of Benefits and Insurance at Bata Limited. Alan serves on the Board of Trustees of the Healthcare Benefit Trust, is the Vice-Chairperson of Actuaries Without Borders and was formerly the Chair of the International Section of the Society of Actuaries. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics and is a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries, a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
David Anderson is President and Chief Executive Officer of WorkSafeBC. Prior to this position he was WorkSafeBC's vice-president of Rehabilitation & Compensation Services and vice-president of Human Resources. Before joining WorkSafeBC, he held senior executive positions in both the public and private sectors.