Phillip Haid is Chair of the Board of Directors of Food Allergy Canada. Phillip is Co-founder and CEO of Public Inc., a social purpose business that creates fundraising, advocacy and volunteer engagement campaigns for social causes. Phillip has two sons with food allergies (peanuts, nuts and fish).
Bob Ellis is a director and Treasurer of Food Allergy Canada. Bob is currently a Senior Advisor with Deloitte Corporate Finance, where he advises private and public companies on mergers, acquisitions and capital raising initiatives. Prior to joining Deloitte, he held senior positions with Davis + Henderson, Scotiabank and Morgan Stanley. Bob has an MBA from The University of Western Ontario and is a registered CPA. Bob lives in Toronto with his wife and two children, a son who is allergic to peanuts, tree nuts and sesame, and a daughter who is allergic to eggs.
Mark Satov is a director of Food Allergy Canada. He is a business advisor who works with a wide range of clients on their customer strategy through the work of his firm, SATOV Consultants. He is a frequent commentator on mainstream business media, including BNN, CBC and The Globe and Mail, providing his views on business events and trends. Mark lives in Toronto with his family. His eldest daughter is allergic to tree nuts.
Angela Harris is a director of Food Allergy Canada. She is a business coach and the founder of Work of Heart, a business that inspires and empowers heart centred people and companies to grow through events, consulting, and coaching. Angela worked in Medical Sales and Marketing for 15 years, after starting her career as an athletic therapist and strength coach in the Canadian Football League. Prior to joining the Board, Angela became involved with Food Allergy Canada as a mentor and educator. Angela lives in Dieppe, New Brunswick with her husband and two sons. Her oldest son is allergic to dairy.
Kevin Powers is a director of Food Allergy Canada. He is the managing partner of Campbell Strategies’ real estate and infrastructure lobbying practice. He has spent almost two decades working with all levels of government on both sides of the border. He lives in Toronto with his wife and two daughters.