Each local committee maintains an advisory board of volunteers drawn from the university, local businesses, and the community. Like the National Board of Directors, the local Board of Advisors provide direction, continuity, and mentoring. Such boards are an important factor in the success of each university chapter and we are grateful for their contributions.
Lloyd is currently President and CAO of the Guelph Chamber of Commerce, since January 2008. He holds a BA in Mathematics and English from the University of Manitoba, and Mechanical Engineering Technologist Diploma from Red River College. A 28 year career in hydraulic and pneumatic machine automation involved working with distributors across Canada and working on projects across Canada and around the world in various industrial sectors. International management experience included sitting on the Board of Directors of a UK based manufacturer and reported to Boards in Germany and the USA. Currently serving as Vice President of the Chamber Exectutives of Ontario as well as Innovation Guelph, the Guelph Wellington Business Enterprise Centre, and many boards within the Guelph non-profit community.
Tricia is based out of Mississauga, Ontario and is a National Inside Sales Manager with Hewlett-Packard Canada in their Printing and Personal Systems Division. Tricia holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Political Science, with a Latin America and Development Studies focus from the University of Guelph. Tricia is an AIESEC Guelph alumna and has been involved since 2002, not only as a general member but she also served a term as a local Vice President of Corporate Development. Tricia participated in AIESEC’s Cultural Envoy for Exchange Development (CEED) to Ecuador, to volunteer with the local AIESEC Chapter in 2004. She has been a member of the Board since 2009 and was the recipient of the 2011 Melville Menard Alumni Award, recognizing her contribution to AIESEC at the local and national levels. Tricia has a strong background in Sales and Fundraising both in the Corporate and not-for-profit sector. She has lived abroad in South America, with experience working in the not-for-profit sector in the Caribbean, and continues to volunteer and contribute in various capacities with charities in her community.Tricia enjoys travelling, working with youth, coaching and participating on projects related to sustainable development.
David is currently the Associate Dean of Academics at the College of Management and Economics, at the University of Guelph. He was educated in U.K. and Canada, including Queen’s University where he received his PhD. Dr. Prescott has been part of the Department of Economics at Guelph since 1977.
Throughout his extensive teaching career, Dr. Prescott has published numerous academic articles. He also received the John Bell Award for teaching from the U of G Senate. Dr. Prescott was Chair of the Provost’s Advisory Committee on Information Technology for almost a decade. He served on the Board of Governors for three years. Dr. Prescott has been an external PhD examiner at a number of universities
Chuck joined the University of Guelph in 1987 and was responsible for directing the University’s highly successful student recruitment program. Over the next several years, he held several positions within registrarial services including: deputy registrar; director of enrolment management; and university registrar. Chuck became director of communications and public affairs (C&PA) in 2001 and his office is responsible for marketing and promoting the University to the public and representing the institution to the media.
Chuck has been active in a variety of professional and community activities over the years. He was chair of the Ontario Universities’ Council on Admissions that led the planning for the double cohort, co-chaired the U of G’s United Way Campaign, and was Chair and CEO of the Guelph Chamber of Commerce. Chuck recently led a team that created the marketing and branding strategies for Southern Africa’s newest university, the Botswana International University of Science and Technology. He and his team have received numerous national and international awards for their marketing initiatives in higher education. He is currently Chair of the Public Affairs Committee of the Council of Ontario Universities.
Jérôme works for himself as IT consultant for Jérôme Gagnon-Voyer consulting. He is currently on the Board of Advisors of AIESEC Guelph. He was formally part of the Member Committee of AIESEC Canada as Vice President of Communications in 2010-2011 and was Vice President for two years at AIESEC Laval in 2008 and 2009. He also went to Kenya for 3 months to help the AIESEC national team with their communication efforts. Jérôme is now living in Toronto and discovering what life after AIESEC is!
Director, HR at The Co-operators Insurance. Jodi has worked at The Co-operators for 15 years and spent the first part of her career working in the Insurance side of the business. Jodi has spent the past four years working in Human Resources and is a Fellow Chartered insurance professional and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Guelph.