Kiel Hassanali


Kiel is a natural coach and mentor. Couple that with a degree in engineering and you have someone who is always trying to make things better. With almost 20 years in the service industry, the value of honesty and transparency have been reinforced time and time again. When not working, he volunteers at the nearest community garden (most recently Allan Gardens in downtown Toronto), or is simply out enjoying nature.

W. Clayton Rowe

(MBA, ThM.)


Clayton uses his gifts as innovator, collaborator, facilitator, educator, and coach to cultivate the well-being of leaders, organizations, and communities. Since 2000, he has invested in organizations in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and around the globe. During his down time, he loves to travel, see great international and art-house films, volunteer and rediscover his Irish, English, and French heritage.

Hugh Brewster



Hugh is an experienced organizational capacity-builder, grant-maker, learning facilitator and leadership coach. He currently leads a Toronto-based NGO that supports local health teams in Africa, Asia, and South America. In his spare time, Hugh enjoys chasing flying discs, competing in Ultimate tournaments locally and internationally.

David Kupp



David teaches at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, where he directs the Urban Community Development program. He is also senior partner at Kabisa International where he consults with international NGOs, churches and community-based organizations. If you can’t find David, he’s somewhere in the city with a community project, or he’s FaceTiming with his granddaughter. Other options? He may have snuck off to his woodworking shop, or he’s disappeared among the islands of Georgian Bay.

Carmin MacMillan

(M.A., Organizational Leadership)


Carmin’s organizational capacity building and program design expertise have been developed over her 15+ years of nonprofit leadership in Canada and the United States. She currently leads Mansfield Mission Center, a community-based organization in the Dallas-Forth area. Carmin is also a doctoral student of the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California completing her research on program interventions addressing generational effects of low income and health inequality for residents of Texas. Carmin balances her work and school demands with yoga and travel as often as possible.

Doreen Harvey



Doreen is a human resources (HR) consultant specializing in HR planning, performance management, leadership training and compensation programs. She works closely with her clients to help align their human resources strategy to their organizational objectives. Doreen has served on various Boards of Directors both as director and chair. She has been a keynote speaker and has trained leaders in Europe, Africa, and North America.

Heather Fenton


Drawing on a deep appreciation of natural beauty and the creative arts, Heather distills complex ideas into powerful images and words. Through a spirit of collaboration with her clients, she creates print and web-based communication that enhance understanding. Committed to discovering ever-deeper levels of inner peace, Heather is a long-time mindfulness practitioner who teaches insight meditation and yoga at her south Niagara studio.