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Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation's Board of Directors contributes to the fulfillment of the Corporation's legislated mandate by overseeing the management and operations of the Corporation. The Board supports the leadership and management of the Corporation in achievement of its strategic and operating objectives through good corporate governance, the provision of advice and counsel and through input to the planning process, as well as the review and approval of the strategic business plan and annual report.
In July 2009, the ECBC Board of Directors adopted a Board Charter that outlines its governance responsibilities.
ECBC's Board of Directors consists of:
Mr. Paul J. LeBlanc assumed the presidency of ACOA in November 2010. With a Masters in Business Administration from the Université de Moncton, Mr. LeBlanc has pursued a career in the Public Service of Canada and joined ACOA in 1987. He has held various senior positions within the Agency.
Mr. Lynn became Chief Executive Officer of Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation effective June 1, 2008 for a term of five years. Mr. Lynn has extensive management and executive experience most recently as President of Pragmatic Management Solutions in New Glasgow, and previously served as President and Chief Operating Officer for the Central Group of Companies and President, Atlantic Region for Sobeys Inc.
Mr. Miller is a long-time resident of Cape Breton Island. He is a graduate of St. Mary’s University and has recently retired from a career in banking. He is currently employed with the Cape Breton District Health Authority. He also serves as a member of ECBC Audit Committee.
Mr. MacInnis, a resident of Creignish, Inverness County, is a graduate of St. Francis Xavier University. He is now retired from a career in education. Mr. MacInnis serves on several boards and numerous organizing committees. He is chair of the Human Resource Committee.
A native of Sydney, Mr. Munroe is a chartered accountant and an associate partner with MGM & Associates in Sydney. He has extensive experience in auditing, accounting, tax and other financial advisory services. Mr. Munroe is involved in various professional and community activities. He serves as chair of the Audit Committee.
A native of North Sydney, Ms. Salter is a graduate of Mount Saint Vincent University with knowledge of and experience in the hospitality industry gained through her work as an entrepreneur. She is also active with various community organizations.
Ms. Landry, a resident of St. Peters, brings a wealth of professional experience to the board. Ms. Landry was the first woman to hold the positions of inspector and superintendent of schools in Nova Scotia and has also worked as a consultant in education. Now retired, Ms. Landry is an active volunteer in her community. She is a member of the Audit Committee.