June 6, 2014
(8:30-11:30am) Exchange Tower
800 Victoria Square, 4th floor
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Chairman, RES PUBLICA Consulting Group
A lawyer by training, Andrew Molson is chairman of RES PUBLICA Consulting Group, a Montreal-based holding and management company for two leading professional services firms, NATIONAL Public Relations and Cohn & Wolfe | Canada.
A seventh-generation member of the Molson brewing family, he is vice-chairman of the board of directors of Molson Coors Brewing Company. He is also a member of the board of directors of Groupe Deschênes Inc. and the Montreal Canadiens Hockey Club.
Andrew serves on several non-profit boards, including the Institute for Governance of Private and Public Organizations, the Montreal General Hospital Foundation, the Concordia University Foundation, the Molson Foundation and La Fondation Montréal inc.
Eric Boyko, CGA
Co-founder and president (since 2007) of Stingray Digital.
He founded eFundraising.com, Corp. in 1991 and was its president until recently. A graduate from McGill University, Mr. Boyko has a specialization in accounting and became a certified general accountant in 1997. He is a member of the board of directors of the Montréal Development Program, the Business Development Bank of Canada, the Young Presidents' Organization (YPO) and the Montréal Economic Institute. He is President of the Québec chapter of YPO.
Designer, owner and founder - Harricana
Mariouche completed the Lasalle College fashion design program before pursuing her Master's Degree in Design Management in Milan. She opened her atelier in Montreal in 1994. Using recycled materials became the creative force behind Harricana and her first collection after being used for the first time in the annual Fur Council of Canada's design contest. Her collection is now distributed in North America and Europe. As concern for the environment is a core value of Harricana, all of her creations are made in Canada under ethical manufacturing conditions. Almost 90% of the fur used by Harricana comes from Québec.