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SC Board of Directors

Darroch Crewe
National Chair, elected 2006

Darroch Crewe

Director, Performance Development
John Hancock Retirement Plan Services.
Manulife Financial

Darroch Crewe attended his first SC conference as a teenager and went on to establish an SC office in Newfoundland at Memorial University. He still carries his SC Warm Fuzzy from his first conference in his wallet and uses it in motivational efforts for SC staff and volunteers. In the past year, he has undertaken running marathons to fundraise for various charitable causes.

Stephanie Di Trapani (née Collins)
Vice-Chair, elected 2006

Stephanie Di TrapaniSubmission Coordinator
Natural Health Products Directorate, Health Canada

Stephanie Di Trapani (née Collins) works at Health Canada at the Natural Health Products Directorate, Health Products and Food Branch. She attended her first SC conference in 1998 and has been involved ever since! She's a proud Newfoundlander but happily resides in Ottawa with her husband Filippo. For fun Stephanie dances, spends time with friends and catches up her favourite blogs on interior design, community events, and cooking!

Brina Ludwig Prout
Elected 2017

Brina Ludwig Prout

Collaboration, Integration & Change Management Consultant
Projects Plus Inc.

Brina is a change management & project management expert with over 20 years experience as an independent consultant. She specializes in implementing large, complex, strategic projects and is a certified Human Resource Leader with a background in operations and information technology management. Known for her collaborative, inclusive style, Brina has consulted to senior levels in corporate Canada for much of her career and now also consults to emerging entrepreneurs and organizations in the social enterprise field. Brina is passionate about inter-generational collaboration, diversity and inclusion and ensures that mentoring is a key component of any contract she undertakes. She has been a member of the Advisory Committee for the Toronto Regional Immigrant Employment Council’s (TRIEC) Connector Program; a Strategic Advisor to the School for Social Entrepreneurs, Ontario; and, an inaugural member of the League of Intrapreneurs, Canada. Brina has a certificate in Medicine Wheel Facilitation from the Indigenous Certification Board of Canada and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Child Development Institute.

Romil Dharia
Elected 2017

Romil Dharia

Senior Risk Analyst
President’s Choice Bank

Romil attended his first SCC conference in 2007 and has been hooked on youth engagement ever since. Romil has had the pleasure of working with and for the SCC through various roles including volunteer, facilitator, conference planner, project coordinator, and now, with the Board. He believes in the power of bringing diverse young people together and watching the magic unfold. In his spare time, he enjoys podcasts, comedy shows, traveling, physical exercise, and coffee.

Stephanie Clark
Elected 2018

Stephanie Clark

Recreation Services Manager,
City of Iqaluit

Involved in the Students Commission network since the late 1990s in Saskatoon, Stephanie joined the SC family out in Toronto in the carefree days of the early 2000s. Here she found support for her involvement in projects that sharpened her engagement skills and crossed her path with countless young people that fundamentally shaped the way she looks at youth, the community and life. Stephanie stepped away from The Students Commission for a few years to try her hand at managing housing programs for youth. After five years of that eventually Stephanie found her way to Iqaluit where she currently oversees community programs for the Recreation Department with the City.

Believes in: ghosts, the healing power of travel and the wisdom of young people.
Fond of: her husband Todd, pit bulls, comma splices and awkward, accidental handholding.

Gina Jeneroux
Elected 2018

Gina Jeneroux

Chief Learning Officer,
BMO Financial Group

As Chief Learning Officer for BMO Financial Group, Gina Jeneroux leads the company’s focus on advancing performance through learning.

Gina is accountable for enterprise learning strategy, design, operations and governance. She also manages BMO’s corporate university – the Institute for Learning in Toronto – as well as learning sites in Montreal and Naperville.

Gina leads a diverse team of strategists, learning and experience designers, marketers, operational experts and hospitality professionals. They work with partners across the company to create innovative solutions that support all of the ways in which employees learn – for today’s job, for tomorrow’s career, and as they follow their personal passions. The goal is to build a culture of curiosity, agility and continuous learning, to engage and inspire employees, boldly meet the needs of our customers and drive results.

Gina is a business-focused professional, designer and storyteller who sparks new ways of thinking. Through more than 30 years in the financial services industry, Gina has built a reputation for innovation, thought leadership and action. She has deep experience in frontline banking, human-centred design, and strategies and solutions that make an impact.

She holds an MBA, Financial Services from Dalhousie University, and she is a Fellow of the Institute of Canadian Bankers.

 


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