FMC Board of Directors

 

Joe Halstead, O.Ont

Current Chair of FMC Board; Retired Commissioner, City of Toronto; Former Asst. Deputy Minister, Government of Ontario; Former Chair of the Board, Ontario Place; Corp., Former Board Chair, Cleanfield Energy Corp; Former Board member, Metrolinx Corp; Vice Chair of Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games.

 

Keith L. Forde

Retired Deputy Chief of Police, completed over 38 years of policing in Toronto Police Service, including 28 of those years in a leadership capacity. He was known as a creative and innovative police professional with extensive expertise in customer service with a strong commitment to employment equity and race relations. He presently sits on a number of not for profit boards.

 

Michael G.A. Lashley

Former Consul General of Trinidad and Tobago and former Dean of the Consular Corps of Ontario. Consultant in Business Development, Culture and Community Development.

 

Angela Pierre

Former Executive Assistant with over 35 years of expertise in human resources, information technology, organizational development, web design, event planning and customer service. Angela is currently a board member of a number of not for profit organizations.

 

Rita Cox

Former head librarian for the Toronto Public Library, Rita is also a renowned storyteller, educator and cultural/community advocate. She is also a current Citizenship Court Judge and a member of the Order Of Canada.

 

Roger Gibbs

A prolific singer, song writer and producer of calypso and contemporary Caribbean folk music. He is also the leader of SHAK SHAK and co-founder of the annual Calypso Stars concert at Harbourfront Centre.

 

Aneesa Oumarally

Aneesa Oumarally Aneesa has been practicing law in Ontario for the last 18 years. She is the managing partner of the firm Oumarally, Baboolal, which celebrates 25 years in business in 2019. Aneesa possesses a specialized honours degree in Public Policy and Administration from York University; obtained her law degree from Windsor Law and holds an MBA from the University of Toronto. This business minded lawyer has acted as external counsel to several companies advising them on legal business issues affecting activities and operations. As part of her managerial experience she has worked on multidisciplinary teams and has been responsible for providing advice on the minimization of legal risk with an objective to supporting growth. Aneesa has been a vibrant member of the Caribbean community within the Greater Toronto Area and has been recognized by the High Commission of Trinidad and Tobago in their 50th Anniversary of their Independence publication as a member of the distinguished diaspora. She has also sat on the Board of the Naparima Alumni Association of Canada and the South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario.

 

Earlene Huntley

Biography will be available soon.