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Jim is a Professor of Leadership and the former Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences (2004-2015) at Western University. He has also served as the Special Advisor to the Provost (2017) and as the Acting Vice-Provost and Associate Vice President (International) at Western (2017-18). He was the Dean of the Faculty of Human Kinetics (1999-2004) at the University of Windsor prior to moving to Western in 2004. He has a PhD from the Ohio State University.
A four-time Canadian Winter Olympian, Lori piloted Canada's four-man boblsleigh to the World Cup title in 1989-90. Prior to competing the bobsled, Lori was a member of Canada's national track and field team, competing in the decathlon. Equally successful in business, today Lori works as a foreign exchange trader based in Singapore. Lori details his many successful ventures in his book Fiercely Driven.
A community physician in Windsor Ontario, Tamara has worked with adolescents over the past 25 years. She has a medical degree University of Toronto and serves associate professor at Schulich school of Medicine and Dentistry on the University of Windsor Campus. Siddall is also a Cancer Care Ontario Regional Primary Care lead and serves on the ECMS Educational Committee.
Danielle Campo McLeod
A Paralympic swimmer and world record holder, Campo won seven Paralympic medals, including three gold, two silver and two bronze. She is a Registered Social Worker and Motivational speaker. She was invested with the Order of Ontario, the province's highest honour. Currently, Campo is a Director at Muscular Dystrophy Canada and sits on the John McGivney board of directors.
Elaine Kunda is the Founder and General Partner of Disruption Ventures, a Venture Capital Fund that invests in early-stage tech companies that are founded by women. A serial entrepreneur, Elaine has led multiple venture backed companies with two successful exits. She is also a sought-after speaker and can often be found on Business Television and on global tech panels, providing insights for entrepreneurism and the innovation economy.