Nancy has volunteered her time to many local community organizations and spear-headed an annual Christmas Toy Drive sponsored by numerous Vancouver mining and exploration companies. Nancy brings more than 20 years of fundraising, marketing, management and public company experience to the organization. Over the last years she has focused her career on Corporate Development & Communications for public companies, and has been responsible for corporate & shareholder communication programs, marketing and financings for several exploration companies.
Emma, over the past 10 years, has worked and volunteered for numerous local and international non-government organizations involving children. She has experience in international development and corporate responsibility, working significantly in East Africa. Emma also has in excess of 15 years experience in the financial capital markets, with an emphasis on venture capital start-ups.
Sally has worked in the mineral exploration industry for over 25 years. During the last 15 years, her career focus has shifted from managing geological exploration programs to the development and management of environmental and community consultation programs now required to move exploration projects to the development phase. Sally’s extensive experience working in northern communities in Canada has provided her with many opportunities to work with various groups to develop local community programs for children. Her volunteer work with GC4C is an extension of the many programs she has participated in across Canada.
Claudia is a securities and corporate finance lawyer at Boughton Law in Vancouver with over 25 years of experience. She has a broad client base in the resource, industrial, technology, and life sciences sectors. Claudia provides a full range of corporate and securities law services, including private and public debt or equity financings; IPOs and listings on stock exchanges; mergers and acquisitions; commercial transactions; corporate reorganizations; and corporate governance. Claudia has involved herself in charitable and arts endeavours in various capacities for years and is a founding director of Global Change for Children. Prior to becoming a lawyer, she worked as a social worker and therapist with children with developmental, behavioural and mental health problems, and their families.
Joan is a professional geologist with over 20 years of mineral exploration experience. She has explored for base and precious minerals and diamonds in North and South America, Australia, and Europe. Joan has had the opportunity to travel to remote corners of the world throughout her career, where she has seen first-hand the need to help underprivileged children, and has donated her time to local and international school programs. In addition to her scientific background, Joan has been engaged in corporate development, corporate governance and financings with numerous public resource companies.
Preet is a Group Insurance Advisor at Montridge Financial, providing corporations with customized Group Benefits plans, and collectively has 20 years of experience in Corporate Insurance. Preet enjoys being a hockey mom, backpacking the world and volunteering at various organizations. She is a director of Watershed Watch Salmon Society since 2006, director at the Coquitlam Sunrise Rotary club, completed an exchange program in 2007 to Turkey promoting goodwill through the Rotary Foundation, and has volunteered at Share Family Services, Central City Foundation and the SPCA. As a director for Global Change For Children, it allows Preet to continue to raise awareness and support for children locally and in underprivileged countries, focusing on education needs, financial and social assistance.
Helen is a writer, editor, and researcher whose years working as a newspaper journalist took her to some of the most underprivileged communities in Canada. Having transitioned into technical writing and editing, Helen is currently employed in a business development role by global engineering consultant Klohn Crippen Berger. In this position she has learned much about the poverty and struggles experienced by many children in emerging nations. Helen has volunteered her time with several non-profit organizations over the years, from fundraising for arts groups to working as a volunteer reading tutor for elementary school kids.
Zoe has been working in the mineral exploration industry for more than 10 years. She has a background in GIS and data management and is currently working as a consultant. Zoe has had the opportunity to travel widely, and seeing children in need has motivated her to volunteer her time with local non-profit organizations.
Tammy is a CPA, CMA with over 15 years of financial reporting and regulatory requirements for publicly traded companies. Tammy has donated her time to a local non-profit association. She started her career working at a corporate and securities law firm and moved to a manufacturing company with revenues in excess of $120 million as the corporate accountant. She is currently the CFO for Nano One Materials Corp., Northern Lion Gold Corp. and New World Resource Corp.