Sandra P ’23 ‘24 ‘25 is a Palliative Care Physician and Clinical Teaching Professor at the University of Montréal. A family physician by training, Sandra developed an interest in palliative care in the early 2000s and has since dedicated her career to the subject. In 2008, she founded a palliative care service at the Pierre-Boucher Hospital and set up an innovative palliative care outpatient clinic. She also practices at La Maison Victor-Gadbois, where she is a member of the Board of Directors. She is a member of the University of Montreal’s Advanced Competencies Program Committee and founded the CISSS Monteregie-East Prescriptions and Protocols Committee. Sandra and her husband, Jean-Guy, reside in Montreal with their children, Rosalie ‘23, Olivia ‘24, and Chloe ‘25.
Andrew graduated from Lakefield in 1985. He is a past member of the LCS Board of Directors and former Chair of the LCS Finance and Audit Committee. Andrew continues to serve as a member of the LCS Campus Property Committee. He became a Foundation Trustee in 2012 and now serves as the Foundation Board Chair.
Andrew is Principal of White Point Capital, a personal investment and advisory firm focused on financial services. As a former bank executive and investment banker, Andrew worked in the financial services sector for over 25 years in Toronto, New York and London. He held a variety of senior executive roles with TD Bank Group, including leading a number of its consumer lending businesses and corporate functions. He also spent sixteen years as an investment banker in senior roles, providing strategic and financing advice to leading international corporations while at TD Securities, Credit Suisse, Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette and Salomon Brothers.
Andrew holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a B. Com from Queen's University. Andrew has his ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors and has served as an independent Director on two for-profit boards. He is currently an Independent Director and member of the Risk and Audit Committee of Manulife Bank of Canada and was an Independent Director and Chair of the Audit Committee of Dundee Acquisition Limited, in addition to having served on a number of CEO advisory boards active in the financial services sector.
Andrew and his wife Janet reside in Toronto. They have two children, Katie and William.
Johanna '97 holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from McGill. She is currently the Director of the United Nations Division of Global Affairs Canada, based in Ottawa. She has represented Canada at the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labour Organization while posted to Canada’s Permanent Mission to the UN in Geneva, and has been posted to Canada’s Mission to the European Union in Brussels. Johanna was a member of the LCS Safety Task Force in 2020 and became a LCS Trustee in 2021. Johanna, her husband, Carlos, and three children, Madeleine (12), Annaliese (9), and Tristan (9) now live in Ottawa.
Sarah '05 graduated from Western University with a BA in Media, Information and Technoculture. Sarah is a seasoned digital and social media marketing professional, having supported brands across industry categories. She is deeply passionate about digital brand storytelling, connecting with and cultivating communities online. Today, Sarah works as a freelance consultant focused on supporting the digital landscape for small- to medium-sized businesses. Sarah sits on the Board of The McCain Foundation and volunteers on two healthcare executive committees: St. Joe’s Young Professionals (St. Joseph’s Health Centre Foundation) and WCH Development Committee (Women’s College Hospital Foundation). Both committees are committed to fundraising and community activation. Sarah and her husband Mike Coulson reside in Toronto with their two children, Callia and Niles.
Bill '70, P '99 '02 '05 graduated from the Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario in 1974. Following graduation, Bill worked for KPMG and received his CA designation. Bill joined The Stewart Group in 1983 and is now its CEO and principal shareholder. The company has diverse holdings and manufacturing locations in North Carolina, Ireland, India and Vietnam. Bill and Betty moved to Peterborough in 1998 to be closer to their children, Andrea '99, Kaley '02 and Michael '05, while they attended LCS.
Bill chaired the LCS Board of Directors from 1999-2001 and was a board member from 1980-2005. He is currently a school trustee and a member of the school's Finance and Audit Committee. Bill is also a trustee and former Chair of the LCS Foundation Board of Directors and Chair of the Foundation's Finance, Audit and Investment Committee. In addition to their contribution of time to The Grove, the Morris family has generously supported expendable financial assistance and endowment for financial assistance.
Bill and Betty have been deeply involved in many not-for-profit organizations for the past 20 years. However, in 2020 they bought a house in Collingwood, where they enjoy all four seasons of recreation, close to home! The Morris family spends as much leisure time as possible at their cottage at Nares Inlet, Georgian Bay ("God's country").
John '77, P '08 '13 attended Lakefield from 1970 to 1977, and then graduated from the Queen's University Commerce program in 1981. He is the fourth of five generations of the family to be associated with LCS originating with his great grandfather, Dr. Alexander Mackenzie. He has two sons, Matthew '08 and Graeme, and a daughter, Jordan '13.
John is the president of JRH Inc. and former senior executive of J.H. Ryder Machinery. He served on the Alumni Executive from 1982 to 1991, Past President of the Alumni Association, an ex-officio member of the Board of Governors from 1989 to 1990. John was a School Trustee, Past Chair of the Board of Directors of LCS, and member of several board committees. John is an LCS Foundation Trustee, member of the Foundation Board of Directors and Chair of the Foundation Governance Committee.
John and his wife Heather reside in Toronto. John has been involved in a variety of community associations with other interests in athletics, wilderness adventure and travel.
Tom '78 graduated from Lakefield in 1978 after 5 years in residence. He graduated from Harvard College cum laude in Economics in 1982 and received an LL.B from Queen's University in 1985, and called to the Ontario Bar in 1987. After articling on Bay Street and a brief stint in Corporate Finance, he joined a third-generation family owned, heavy equipment company, Hub Equipment in Toronto. Today he runs Hub which remains focused on heavy equipment rentals in Infrastructure markets such as Pipeline construction, renewable energy and road building. Tom has been a trustee of the school since 2014 and of the LCS Foundation since 2017. Tom currently chairs the Fundraising Committee of the Foundation. Tom is a previous Big Brother volunteer and Past Board member of the Ontario Duke of Edinburgh Award program and Camp Kirk, an Ontario camp for children with learning challenges. He is married to Susan Stevenson and they have two adult children and one teenager, Alexander, Sophie and Henry.
Joel Allen '01 Bianca Bell '06 Tim Bell '00 Marilynn Booth P '98 Alison Corner '07 Carlo Bos '94 Rose Bouchard '18 Jennifer Cameron P '09 '10 '15 '17 '21 Stephen Coates '90, P '19 '23 '24 Tim Cooper '98 Joanna Dafoe ‘04 Chonée Dennis P '14 '16 '19 Peter Dunn '62, P '92 Amanda Ethier '98 Ann Farlow P '03 '04 '08 Ian Fung ’00 Sue Guest P '85 '89, GP '21 Terry Guest * P '85 '89, GP '21 Wendy Hepburn '00 James Hicks '84, P '17 '20 Kalen Ingram '99 Brett Jackman '03 Warren Jones ’88 Anne-Marie Kee P '17 '19 Jai Kim P '21 '23 Johanna Kruger '97 Kelly Leveque P '22 Nick Lewis '77 James (Kim) Little ’53, P '81 '84, GP '13 '17 Ross Little '81, P '13 '17 Kevin Malone '77, P '22 Patrick Marshall '90 James Matthews '58, P '99 Sarah McCain ’05 Karen McKnight P '13 '16 John McWilliams '65 David Miller '77, P '15 Antoine Mindjimba P '16 '19 Bill Morris ’70, P '99 '02 '05 Kelly Nottage '00 Lisa Orr P '24 Andrew Parke '03 Alex Parker ‘96 Jonathan Popper '87 Emmy Pullen '11 Sean Quinn '82, P '26 Cait Sainsbury '96 Danielle Saputo P '20 '22 '24 Belinda Schubert ’99 Rola Shaheen P '17 '21 '24 Murray Sinclair '79, P '11 Scott Smith '87, P '23 '25 John Stelzer '00 Tom Stevenson '78 Maurice Switzer '63 Losel Tethong '89 Stuart Thompson '91 Chris Valentine ’86 Chris White '90, P '25 Hilary Windrem '07 Daniel Woolf Susan Wright Mary Fang Zhou P '20
Andrew Durnford '85 Board Chair John K. Hepburn '68
Honorary Chair Paul Desmarais Jr. '73, P '00 '03 '03 '11 Chair Emeritus
Emilio Azcarraga Jean '87 Marilynn Booth * P '98 Bruce Boren '87, P '21 '23 Michael Cooper P '07 '08 '10 '12 Sandra Delisle P '23 '24 '25 Bryce (B.C.) Douglas '88 Jock Fleming '74, P '03 '06 Zack Kembar '87, P '24 Johanna Kruger '97 Sarah McCain Coulson '05 Bill Morris '70, P '99 '02 '05 Marc Parent P '15 '18 '20
Rosemary Phelan P '08 Donald Ross '48, P '79 '80, GP '17 Felicia Ross P '17 Rupel Ruparelia '89, P '22 '23 John Ryder '77, P '08 '13 Thomas Ryder '53, P '77 '01, GP '08 '13 '15 '25 Murray Sinclair '79, P '11 Tom Stevenson '78 Alexandra von Rehlingen P '21 Richard Wernham P '06
The mandate of the School Governance Committee is to ensurestrategic succession planning of its trusteeship, the LCS Board of Directors and the committee itself. The committee oversees the trustee meetings, orientation resources for new trustees and board members, and the school’s risk management processes and procedures as they relate to governance matters. The committee ensures that the board and board committees develop annual work plans, review their terms of reference, conduct regular self-evaluations and that the board reviews its policies on a regular basis.
The Finance and Audit Committee is responsible for assisting the Board of Directors of Lakefield College School with prudent oversight of the financial operations of Lakefield College School and for presenting the financial statements of the school to the board annually with its recommendation and for oversight of the corporation’s risk and management’s financial risk practices for effectively managing or controlling these risks.The committee will strive to ensure the financial well-being of the school in support of its mission and its strategic objectives.
The mandate of the Campus Property Committee is to guide the vision for LCS campus evolution over the mid to long-term (5 to 10 years), understand and mitigate key risks associated with the LCS campus, and align and coordinate between the school's Leadership Team, the LCS Board and the LCS Foundation Board (and related committees) on campus-related items. The committee will provide guidance and support to the development of the LCS Campus Master Plan (CMP), will recommend the final CMP for submission to the LCS Board of Directors for approval, as well as ensure appropriate alignment of the CMP with the LCS Strategic Plan.
The mandate of the Capital Construction Committee (Ad Hoc) is to develop and recommend for approval to the LCS School Board of Directors a procurement and oversight policy for major capital projects in excess of $2M which will provide guidelines for the school's Leadership Team with respect to construction risk management and reporting to the LCS Board on key design, budgetary and construction milestones
The Head Support and Evaluation Committee is a joint school and foundation committee and is responsible for planning and coordinating the annual performance evaluation of the Head of School and Foundation.
The mandate of the Foundation Governance Committee is to ensure strategic succession planning of its trustees, directors and the committee itself. The committee oversees the development of orientation resources for new trustees and board members, governance policy development, trustee meetings and the foundation’s risk management processes and procedures as they relate to governance matters. The committee ensures that the LCS Foundation Board and its committees develop annual work plans, review their terms of reference and policies and conduct regular self-evaluations.
The mandate of the LCS Foundation Finance, Audit and Investment Committee is to oversee the financial operations of the LCS Foundation and to present financial statements of the foundation each year to the board with its recommendation.The Finance, Audit and Investment Committee will strive to serve the best interests of the foundation and Lakefield College School while meeting all of the requirements of legislation set out in the Trustee Act as it discharges its fiduciary obligations on behalf of the LCS Foundation.
Lakefield College School is a private, coeducational boarding and day school for students in grades 9 through 12, located in Lakefield, Ontario, Canada.
We respectfully acknowledge that Lakefield College School is located on the Treaty 20 Michi Saagiig territory and in the traditional territory of the Michi Saagiig and Chippewa Nations, collectively known as the Williams Treaties First Nations, which include: Curve Lake, Hiawatha, Alderville, Scugog Island, Rama, Beausoleil, and Georgina Island First Nations. Lakefield College School respectfully acknowledges that the Williams Treaties First Nations are the stewards and caretakers of these lands and waters in perpetuity and that they continue to maintain this responsibility to ensure their health and integrity for generations to come.