Glen MacDonald Chair & Treasurer
Glen MacDonald is a retired computer systems professional and founder of HighVail Systems Inc. He has a BSc in Mathematics from the University of Toronto and has been a volunteer math tutor with Pathways to Education for the past 6 years. He is passionate about helping Canadians make the choices that are right for them as they face the end of their lives. Glen lives in mid-town Toronto with his wife and two sons.
Herman Chang Vice Chair
Herman Chang is currently a Program Manager with Nipissing University. Previously, he spent over 30 years in the high-technology sector in a variety of management roles. He obtained his engineering degree from the University of Surrey in England and his MBA from York University in Toronto. As a volunteer workshop leader in Advance Care Planning, he firmly believes that all Canadians need to ensure that their voices will be heard when they cannot speak for themselves. Herman lives in Mississauga with his wife.
Cindy Findlay Secretary
Cindy Findlay, was born in Sudbury, Ontario, and raised in Ottawa. She obtained her LL.B from the University of Ottawa and was called to the Ontario bar in 1989. Cindy practised environmental law as a partner at a major Toronto law firm until 2000. Since then she has split her time among a variety of interests including spending time with family and friends and volunteering in various capacities. Cindy is a strong supporter of the right to personal autonomy and believes those at end-of-life should have the information and support to make the choices that are right for them.
David Robertson Member
Dr. David Robertson has worked as a medical doctor in Nova Scotia for 20 years and now practises in Vancouver Island. In addition to anesthesia, he also worked as a medical examiner in Nova Scotia for ten years. He has also worked part time in medical administration for many years. He is currently an executive medical director for Island Health.
Dr. Robertson was born in the U.K. and completed his medical degree at Cambridge University. He then attended Dalhousie University and qualified as an anesthesiologist in 1987.