Human Rights Watch Canada Board of Directors
Michele Alexander is our deputy executive director of development and global initiatives for Human Rights Watch and is responsible for the management of the organization's outreach, fundraising, and marketing initiatives. Read her full bio here: https://www.hrw.org/about/people/michele-alexander
Deane Collinson is a retired Senior Executive at Loblaw Companies, Cadillac Fairview, and Calgary Co-operative Association as well as Fred Victor Board Vice Chair. Read his full bio here: https://www.fredvictor.org/governance.
Nancy Hamm is the Chair of the Pine River Institute Board of Directors and her involvement includes: campaign fundraising, event planning and board leadership. Read her full bio here: http://pineriverinstitute.com/our-team/
Chip Pitfield is Vice President, Private Wealth at Fiera Capital. Read his full bio here: https://www.fieracapital.com/en/general-profile/our-people/client-service-teams/private-wealth
Heather is a partner and chartered professional accountant with Koster, Spinks & Koster LLP. Read her full bio here http://www.ksk.ca/hats.html
Annual Reports, Financials & Policy Materials
Financials & Policy Materials
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Annual Human Rights watch Toronto film Festival
Please join us for the annual Toronto Human Rights Watch Film Festival, taking place at the TIFF Bell Lightbox from April 3-10, 2019.