Dr. Brian Stiller
Brian Stiller is our Board chair and has been a ministry leader in Canada for 45 years. He is currently the Global Ambassador for the World Evangelical Alliance. Some of his achievements include rebuilding Youth for Christ, helping birth the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada from a forgotten idea, and rescuing a 100-year-old Canadian theological college, that was in receivership, thereby creating Tyndale University College and Seminary.
Gundy Jackson is an Organization Development consultant who has worked with a diverse range of companies in the public and private sector. Her previous role as a Senior Consultant in the OD practice at the Bank of Montreal aides in the work she currently does in her own coaching practice. Ms. Jackson sits on the boards of the Shaw Festival, Yonge Street Mission and Visionledd and she travels extensively for volunteer activities around the world.
Kathryn Cantelon and her husband, Jim, are founders of Visionledd and she is currently the producer of Jim Cantelon Today, a daily Christian talk show on Vision TV. As the daughter of missionary parents, Kathy feels she is a citizen of the world. Although raised in Argentina, Kathy raised her own three children in Israel where she and Jim planted and pastored “King of Kings Assembly”. Kathy has worked in the television industry for the past 20 years. She was a newscaster for Middle East Television and a producer for shows in Canada and the United States. She is now the proud grandmother of 10!
Kent Lester co-publishes Supertrax Magazine, the world’s most widely circulated snowmobile magazine in the US and Canada. His group also publishes Dirt Trax Magazine, Go Snowmobiling Ontario Magazine and New York Snowmobiler Magazine. Two television shows, Dirt Trax and Snowtrax TV, make up an integral part of that corporate portfolio. Kent and his wife, Joyce, reside in Hamilton, Ontario, and have three children and seven grandchildren.
Dr. Robert Graham
As Chairman and CEO of Ensyn Corporation, Dr. Robert Graham is the pre-eminent authority in his field of fast thermal conversion. His work helps him implement the technology for upgrading heavy oil in the Canadian oil sands and in other heavy oil fields throughout the world. His excellent and long-standing business experience bring wisdom to our board. He also created The Creek Foundation which has funded orphanages, schools, medical dispensaries, crises centres and churches across Africa.
Andrew Thorogood is a founding partner of Kensington Tours, one of the largest and fastest growing tour companies globally. His roles have ranged from finance to technology development, sales management to global operations. Prior to founding the company he managed corporate finance for CIBC and led software development at an advertising firm. A life-long volunteer, he has worked on numerous church and corporate boards. Andrew and his wife, Ruth, reside in Toronto, Ontario and have three wonderful boys.