Dan is a lawyer with Ontario Health, a new Government agency that will oversee health care delivery across the Province. Previously, he was a lawyer at Bank of Montreal, Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd. and Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. Dan holds a BA Double Advanced Major in Economics and History from Dalhousie University and an LLB from University of Windsor.
Radha is an advocate for equity seeking groups with a particular focus on persons with disabilities. She brings expertise in employment inclusion and diversity and is the National Program Manager at Ready, Willing and Able, a federally funded partnership initiative aimed at supporting Canadian businesses in hiring persons with an intellectual disability or Autism Spectrum Disorder. She has her Masters of Social Work and is working towards her PhD. She also holds a post-graduate certificate in Autism & Behavioural Science.
- Lawyer at Robins Appleby as of 2009, partner at Robins Appleby as of 2017
- Business law litigation
- On the Good Foot Board as of 2014
- University of New Brunswick, LLB Law
- Aarhus Universitet, International Law
- McGill University, BA, Political Science
David is an Investment Advisor at RBC Dominion Securities focusing on building and preserving wealth for individuals, families, corporations and charitable organizations. David holds both a BA in Economics and Political Science from McGill University and his Juris Doctorate (Hons.) from Australia’s Bond University. He was admitted to the New York Bar in 2008 and has worked, studied and lived in Australia, China, Chicago, New York and Toronto. In addition to his work with Good Foot, he is actively involved in Childhood Cancer Canada, Ducks Unlimited, and the Georgian Bay Land Trust.
Carole Mendonca co-authored and leads on the execution of Deloitte’s AccessAbility Action Plan , a three-year commitment to advance accessibility and the inclusion of people with disabilities. She has a BA in Criminology and Criminal Justice and holds an active CPACC designation from the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP). In addition to Good Foot, she acts as a member of the Employers’ Partnership Table – a group formed to advise the Ontario government on innovative ways to connect more people with disabilities to jobs and actively serves as a mentor for the Toronto Region Immigration Employment Council.
Heather is an executive search professional who is the Director of Executive Talent Acquisition and Enterprise Sourcing at Scotiabank. She first got introduced to Good Foot Delivery when they launched a mentorship program with Deloitte and Heather mentored two couriers with a goal to build their skills and strengthen long-term employability. Having earned a Master of Library and Information Science degree, Heather takes a data and research-driven approach to recruitment in order to build robust and diverse teams. Heather champions diversity & inclusion by driving targeted recruitment methodologies and strategically leveraging external partnerships.