1 J. THOMAS ENGLISH, Q.C., CHAIR Tom English, Q.C. is Counsel with Dentons an International Law Firm. Previously, he was an Assistant/Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia. In the community he is Chair of the Vancouver Economic Commission, President of the Vancouver Aquarium Conservation Foundation, a former President of the BC Sports Hall of Fame and the Vancouver Aquarium and a former director of the Vancouver International Airport Authority. Mr. English holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of British Columbia and a Master of Laws from Harvard University. TRIBUNAL MEMBERS MICHAEL J.B. ALEXANDOR Michael Alexandor is retired as Chief Executive Officer of Loomis Armored Car Service Ltd. and Director of Mayne Nickless Canada Inc. following management positions at Ronalds Federated, Pacific Press, Eaton s and Procter& Gamble. In retirement, he is a Small Claims Mediator (Civil) at BC Provincial Court, member of the Health Professions Review Board and was Governor of Koerner Foundation and Public Representative on the Board of the College of Registered Nurses of BC. Previously, he was President of the Vancouver Art Gallery and Trustee of the VAG Foundation, Vice President of the McGill Alumni Association, President of Vancouver Botanical Garden Association (VanDusen Gardens) and Director of the Canadian Club and the Greater Vancouver Convention and Visitors Bureau. He holds academic degrees as MBA from Western and BA from McGill. KENT ASHBY Mr. Ashby is former legal counsel to The University of British Columbia with additional responsibilities including the Conflict of Interest System and policy development. He was first called to the Alberta Bar in 1987 and the BC Bar in Mr. Ashby holds a Masters of Law with Honours from the University of Sydney Law School in Australia and a Bachelor of Law from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. Mr. Ashby is also an advisor and meeting parliamentarian and former Chair of the Alberta Association of Procedural Parliamentarians. He is a published author and conference speaker. He has served as external counsel for the BC Ministry of Transportation, Bombardier, Inc., Canadian Airlines, technology companies and as a Sessional Professor at University of Victoria Law School. KARIMA BAWA Karima Bawa is a business and legal professional. She is currently a Senior Fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation and serves as a member on the Vancouver Public Library Foundation Board. Previously, Karima was the General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer for Research In Motion Limited (now BlackBerry); as a senior member of the leadership team, she oversaw BlackBerry s global legal team and was involved in various aspects of the company s strategic and operational management. Prior to joining BlackBerry, Karima s practice included civil litigation and administrative law (particularly in relation to selfgoverning professional bodies). Karima is a graduate of Simon Fraser University s (SFU s) executive M.B.A. program, and Bachelor of Science program. She attained a law degree from the University of British Columbia, and recently completed the ICD-Rotman Directors Education Program and obtained the ICD.D designation. 1
2 LORIANNA BENNETT Lorianna Bennett is a lawyer practicing primarily in the areas of family law and personal injury. She is a long serving elected member of the Provincial Council of the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch (CBABC), chaired the CBABC Member Services Committee, and served on the CBABC Work/Life Balance Committee. Ms. Bennett has chaired hundreds of appeals for the BC Employment and Assistance Appeals Tribunal and is one of the original members and panel chairs of the BC Health Professions Review Board. Outside of her profession, Ms. Bennett is an engaged community volunteer. She fundraises for the Royal Inland Hospital and Thompson Rivers University foundations. Ms. Bennett is a trained anaphylaxis educator and is a contributing editor to Anaphylaxis Canada s newly released publication, Living Confidently with Food Allergies. Ms. Bennett is a past recipient of the CBABC Community Service Award and the Thompson Rivers University Distinguished Alumni Award for Community Service. In 2013, Ms. Bennett was presented with a Readers Choice award for One of the Best Lawyers. SHANNON BENTLEY Shannon Bentley is an Advocate, Aboriginal Services with the Community Social Services Employers Association of British Columbia, currently focused on interest-based collective bargaining and aboriginal dispute resolution in the employment and labour contexts. She has practiced in both Canada and the U.S., working, for example, for Tribes in Washington State and also for First Nations in B.C. Her experience includes service as Legal Counsel for White Raven Law Corporation (BC) and as Legislative Drafter for Northwest Intertribal Court System (WA), working with the Port Gamble S Klallam Tribe (WA). She has contributed as an author or editor for multiple international publications and has had articles published in Canada, the U.S.A. and Australia. She continues to serve as appointed member to the B.C. Property Assessment Review Panel. Shannon Bentley holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the University of Washington School of Law in Seattle, a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Arts from Western Washington University. 2
3 FAZAL BHIMJI Fazal Bhimji has been the President of MAIN solution (Mediation-Arbitration-Investigation-Negotiation) for 10 years. As a very active agent in his community, he serves as a Member of the Advisory Committee of the Justice Institute of British Columbia and as a Parent Advocate for the Delta School District. In the past, Mr. Bhimji has served as Chair of the British Columbia Regional Chartered Mediator Accreditation Committee for the British Columbia Arbitration & Mediation Institute, Director of the British Columbia Arbitration & Mediation Institute, and President and Secretary of the Parent Advisory Committee for the Sunshine Hills Elementary School. He holds his Certificate in Conflict Resolution/Negotiation from the Justice Institute of British Columbia, Certificate in Public Service Management from the University of Manitoba and Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Saskatchewan. Additionally, Mr. Bhimji has been awarded his Chartered Mediator (C.Med) and Chartered Arbitrator (C. Arb) Designations from the ADR Institute of Canada. LORNE BORGAL Lorne Borgal s career is as an executive in business with over 25 years of experience as a Chief Executive Officer or President of companies including Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation, Horseshoe Valley Resort Corporation and Great Plains Software in Canada and Europe. He has consulted with development companies in China and has extensive experience working in Central British Columbia with resort development, operations and First Nations relationships. His current business interests include providing mediation services and creating innovative, community based housing for mobile workforces. Mr. Borgal holds his Bachelor of Science (Agr. Honours) from University of British Columbia and his Master of Business Administration from Stanford Graduate School of Business. COLLEEN CATTELL, Q.C. Colleen Cattell, Q.C. is a Mediator and Arbitrator with Fitzpatrick & Company. She was called to the British Columbia Bar in 1986, and previously practiced commercial and civil litigation in Vancouver. Ms. Cattell has written and lectured extensively in the field of alternate dispute resolution, taught Mediation Advocacy as an Adjunct Professor at the UBC Faculty of Law, and was Project Manager for the B.C. Small Claims Court Pilot Project. She also served as President of the British Columbia Dispute Resolution Practicum Society (now Mediate BC), which oversees the Small Claims Court Mediation Practicum Program, and the Women s Legal Education and Action Fund. She is currently a member of the West Vancouver Community Foundation Board of Directors. For the past ten years Colleen has also provided negotiation training and consulting to clients across Canada and internationally with ENS, a global consulting network based in Sydney, Australia. 3
4 D. MARILYN CLARK Marilyn Clark retired as Director of Human Resources at the City of Vancouver in which capacity she was a member of the Senior Management Team. In addition to being a member of the Health Professions Review Board since its inception, she is also a long serving director with BC Life and Casualty Insurance Company. She was previously a public representative on the College of Registered Nurses of BC; Chair of the Canadian Pension and Benefits Conference Pacific Region; Vice-Chair of the BC and Yukon division of the Canadian Cancer Society and a member of the Advisory Committee to the Canada Pension Plan. In retirement, she has been an active community member, currently President of the Sorrento & Area Community Health Centre Society, responsible for the operation of a health centre providing primary health care. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of British Columbia. DOUGLAS S. COCHRAN Douglas Cochran is a lawyer with 30 years of experience primarily in the areas of Family, Personal Injury and Criminal Law as well as a former College Instructor. In the past he has served a six year Federal Governor in Council (G.I.C.) appointment to the Immigration and Refugee Appeal Board and a three year G.I.C. appointment as a Provincial Criminal Records Adjudicator with the introduction of the Criminal Records Review Act. Active in his community, Mr. Cochran currently serves as a Member of the Mental Health Review Board and the P.L.E.A. Community Services Association of British Columbia, and formerly as Chair of the Pacific Peace Umbrella Society. Previously, he was the Coach for the University of British Columbia's moot team for 21 years. Mr. Cochran holds his Bachelor of Laws from the University of British Columbia and his Master of Arts and Teaching Degree from Simon Fraser University. WILLIAM (BILL) COTTICK Bill Cottick practices corporate/commercial and transportation law in Victoria, BC. Previously, he had an extensive career as a senior legal officer and executive with a number of large Canadian public companies, including Laidlaw Inc., which operated subsidiaries in the health services sector. Prior to his corporate roles, he practiced corporate/commercial law and dispute resolution in Vancouver, BC. He has also served as legal counsel to a federal Commission of Inquiry into a major air crash and the aviation safety and regulatory system in Canada. Bill has served as a director of a number of private sector and not-for-profit corporations, and is currently a director of the Land Title and Survey Authority of BC and the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires (Victoria, the Islands and Yukon). He is a recipient of the National Post/ZSA Western Canadian General Counsel Lifetime Achievement Award, in part for his work in corporate governance. Bill holds an LL.B degree from the University of British Columbia, an LL.M from the University of London (LSE), and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business, as well as the ICD.D director designation. 4
5 BRENDA EDWARDS Brenda Edwards is an experienced lawyer, part time judicial officer of the Provincial Court of BC and a quasijudicial decision maker with a number of administrative tribunals. She brings to the Health Professions Review Board her experience working for 25 years as a public sector leader and educator in both the executive and judicial branches of government and in working with the public. Ms. Edwards has acted as legal counsel to the Chief Judge of the Provincial Court, the Premier and Cabinet, senior civil servants and Chairs of Boards. In her role as a lawyer, she has appeared at every level of Court in British Columbia and at the Supreme Court of Canada. Ms. Edwards took a hiatus from practicing law for 4 years to act as an Assistant Deputy Minister in the Office of the Premier and in the Ministry of Finance before returning to the practice of law. In 2008, Ms. Edwards was appointed as a part-time Judicial Justice of the Provincial Court of BC where she continues to preside in Victoria s Integrated Court for mentally disordered and drug addicted persons. Ms. Edwards is active in both the Law Society of British Columbia and the Canadian Bar Association and serves on the Boards of Directors of a number of non-profit societies. LEIGH HARRISON G Leigh Harrison QC is a retired member of the BC bar. He now does civil and family mediations through Kootenay Mediations. He is accredited to the family and civil rosters of Mediate BC. As Counsel Leigh practiced in the areas of insurance and family law as well as civil litigation generally. He cofounded McEwan Harrison in Trail BC where he practiced till retirement from the bar. Leigh is a Past President of the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch. He served on Judicial Council and the Canadian Bar Insurance Assn, as well as the national CBA executive. He was appointed Queen s Council (Prov) in He is a graduate of UBC Law School. Leigh and his wife Jill reside in Rossland BC. DAVID A. HOBBS David Hobbs is the Managing Partner of Hobbs Giroday. Mr. Hobbs has served as a Director and Chair with the North Vancouver Recreation Commission and as a Director with the North Vancouver Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Hobbs holds his Bachelor of Arts in Economics (Honours) and his Bachelor of Laws from the University of British Columbia. Mr. Hobbs has been a member of the HPRB since its inception; is called to the bar of BC; and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Arbitrators. 5
6 ROBERT (BOB) KUCHERAN Bob Kucheran is an associate lawyer at Pacific Medical Law; Prior to obtaining his law degree from UBC, Bob worked in executive positions in the not-for-profit sector, most notably as the CEO of the British Columbia Pharmacy Association. Bob has many years of experience as an advocate for the public interest in a number of areas. He has served as a public appointed member of the Council of the College of Veterinarians of British Columbia and has also served on the Board of the Coast Mental Health Society and the Coast Mental Health Foundation. In his work with the Pharmacy Association Bob also served on the Government of British Columbia Health Human Resources Advisory Committee, the Health and Education Committee of the British Columbia Chamber of Commerce, the Canadian and American Society of Association Executives, the Provincial Mental Health Advisory Council, the Canadian Pharmacy Coalition on National Pharmacare, as well as the Burnaby Hospital, Ethical Resources Committee. VICTORIA (VICKI) KUHL Victoria Kuhl, is the principal of The Kuhl Consulting Group, a government communications and relations company. Active in her community, Ms. Kuhl previously served as School Board Trustee, a Municipal Councillor and a Regional District Director. She has served on numerous boards and tribunals including the Canada Pension Review Tribunal. Ms. Kuhl served as a public interest member on the professional college governing the Certified General Accountants of BC. She also has broad based experience in the health care sector as a former Registered Nurse. Six years experience as the Vice Chair of a provincial regulatory body conducting hearings, overseeing the development of a regulatory framework and subsequent legislation provided a solid foundation useful in conducting and adjudicating hearings. Ms. Kuhl currently serves as a Director on the Land Title Survey Authority of BC and is an Honorary Governor of the Victoria Foundation. MICHAEL R. MARK Michael Mark has practiced in Victoria since his admission to the Bar in In 2000, he became a Principal at McConnan Bion O Connor & Peterson Law Corporation. He has extensive experience in both civil litigation and in criminal litigation as a federal prosecutor. Mr. Mark s preferred areas of practice in civil litigation include personal injury, estate litigation, collections and foreclosures, defamation and commercial disputes. He is also a past executive member of the Victoria Bar Association. Mr. Mark holds his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Victoria. SANDRA K. MCCALLUM Sandra K. McCallum is a retired member of the Law Society of British Columbia and Professor Emeritus at the Faculty of Law University of Victoria where she was a full time faculty member from She was the Editor in Chief of the Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice from She has written widely in the fields of administrative law and property rights. She has served on numerous provincial tribunals. In addition she serves as a governor of the Victoria Conservatory of Music. She is married and has two adult children. 6
7 LORI MCDOWELL Lori McDowell is a lawyer who has provided consulting advice regarding human resources issues including discrimination in the workplace and employment benefit matters. Previously, she was with the Coles Group, the Alexander Consulting Group, and William Mercer Limited; and an Associate Lawyer with Alexander, Holburn, Beaudin & Lang. Ms. McDowell previously served as Chair of the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute, Pacific Region and as Vice Chair of the Pension and Benefits Subsection with the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch. She holds her Bachelor of Arts and her Graduate Diploma of Public Administration from Carleton University and her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Ottawa and was called to the British Columbia Bar in Ms. McDowell is the author of two books "Discrimination in the Workplace" and "Workplace Harassment", both published by Carswell. ROBERT MCDOWELL Robert McDowell is a Project Director with robust experience with dispute and conflict resolution. Currently, he is a Managing Director with International Governance Associates Inc. In the past, Mr. McDowell has worked as Venue Protocol Manager for the Vancouver Olympic Organizing Committee, Project Director with the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control and Managing Director for NewQuest Capital Corporation. Currently, he contributes to his community through his active involvement with Academics Without Borders and the Biaber Project, a psychiatric care project in Ethiopia run through the University of Toronto. Mr. McDowell holds his Master of Business Administrations from Institut de Hautes Etudes Economiques et Commericales (INSEEC) in Paris, France, his Bachelor of Arts in Economic Geography from the University of Victoria and studied Asia Pacific Management at Capilano University. JOHN H. O FEE John O Fee is a Kamloops lawyer and full time lecturer at Thompson Rivers University. Active in his community, John has served Kamloops in various elected roles including city council, school board and the Thompson Nicola Regional District. He also served as the chair of the T.R.U. Foundation and president of the Kamloops Airport Society. John s community and charitable work has been recognized by Thompson Rivers and the province through a Distinguished Alumni Award and a BC Community Achievement Award. He also serves as a director of the Provincial Health Services Authority where he hopes to bring an Interior perspective to provincial facilities and organizations including BC Children s hospital and the BC Cancer Agency. THELMA O GRADY Thelma O'Grady has worked as the Director of Professional Development at Bull Houser for over 10 years. Prior to that, she was the Director of Education for the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia. She is a Life Bencher, after serving as an elected Bencher of the Law Society of B.C. for 8 years. Active in her community, Ms. O'Grady has served as Chair, Speaker and Conference Planner for dozens of conferences in legal education, diversity awareness and gender equality. She holds her Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Political Science from the University of British Columbia (UBC), and her Trainer Development Certificate from the Justice Institute. She was nominated for the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) Woman of the Year Award in Education and Training in
8 HERBERT SILBER, Q.C. Herb Silber is a highly successful litigator and Associate Counsel with Kornfield LLP. In addition, he is an Arbitrator in commercial disputes, a Mediator, and acts as Counsel in the British Columbia Court of Appeal. Mr. Silber s career in litigation has been focused largely on real estate litigation, lease arbitration and employment law. He was co-counsel on one of the largest commercial fraud cases in Canadian history which included precedent-setting decisions on directors liability. His employment law practice includes appearances as counsel in numerous wrongful dismissal trials and appeals, negotiations for severance packages and advising on group terminations. Active in the community, he served for many years as Honourary Counsel for the Canadian Jewish Congress, Pacific Region and as an Officer and member of its National Executive. In addition, he is the past President of the Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver and a board member on the Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver. Mr. Silber was honoured in 2008 as the Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver s Man of the Year. Mr. Silber holds his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of British Columbia and his Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall at York University. Since January 1, 2014 Mr. Silber is a member of the Board of Governors of British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). DONALD A. SILVERSIDES, Q.C. Donald Silversides is a managing partner of the private law practice, Silversides, Merrick & McLean in Prince Rupert and practices primarily corporate and commercial law. Silversides is former president of the Prince Rupert Chamber of Commerce. He is former director and vice chair of the Prince Rupert Port Corporation, former director and chair of the law Foundation of B.C. and a former member of the Advisory Committee for Federal Judicial Appointments for B.C. Silversides is a life bencher with the Law Society of British Columbia and is a former elected bencher of the society's executive committee; he is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia s permanent hearing panel pool for discipline and credential enquiries. Silversides was previously a director and the chair of both the Legal Services Society and the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia. Silversides was formerly a trustee of School District No. 52 (Prince Rupert). LORRAINE UNRUH Lorraine Unruh has an extensive background in hospital administration at a leadership level and is recently retired. Previously, Ms. Unruh was a Consultant Chair of Professional Responsibility Review Process at the Vancouver Island Health Authority. Prior to this, Lorraine Unruh was with the Interior Health Authority as the Acute Area Director for South Okanagan Hospitals (Penticton, Summerland, Oliver, Princeton and Keremeos). Active in her community, she is a former Health Services Representative for the Okanagan Similkameen Regional District Emergency Services Response Planning and is a former member of Canadian College of Health Service Executives. In 2008 Lorraine received the College of Registered Nurses award for Excellence in Nursing Administration. Lorraine Unruh holds a Diploma in Nursing from Grace General Hospital, a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Alberta and a Master of Arts degree in Organization Leadership from the Gonzaga University. 8
9 KENT WOODRUFF Kent holds a Commerce degree from the University of Ottawa and a Law degree from the University of Western Ontario. He was called to the BC bar in Kent has for the last 22 years restricted his practice to alternate dispute resolution (arbitration, mediation and dispute resolution training). Kent holds both Chartered Arbitrator and Chartered Mediator designations, with extensive experience in the discipline. He is past President of the ADR Institute of Canada and of the British Columbia Arbitration and Mediation Institute. Kent is a director of the British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre. DEBORAH ZUTTER Deborah Lynn Zutter is a retired lawyer. Her practice focused on Collaborative Family Law and other nonlitigious forms of dispute resolution. Deb continues to provide mediation services. During her career, Deb was an Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia, Chair of the National Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the Canadian Bar Association, and President of the Mediation Development Association of British Columbia. She designed and implemented the Small Claims Court Mediation Project with the British Columbia Provincial Court. Deb also participated in establishing the Women s Mentoring Program with the British Columbia Branch of the Canadian Bar Association. Deb holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Alberta and a Master of Laws from Bond University. 9
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