Farah Mohamed and Taleeb Noormohamed join MacEachen Institute Advisory Board

July 25, 2013 – Halifax, N.S.;  The Trustees of the For the Public Good Trust 2011 and the Inaugural Directors of MacEachen Institute for Public Policy and Government are pleased to announce that 10 eminent Canadians have joined the MacEachen Institute Advisory Board.  The group represents all regions of the country and brings expertise in the areas of public policy and civic engagement, the primary focuses of the Institute.

“We are very pleased that we have been able to attract such an outstanding group to serve on the MacEachen Institute Advisory Board;” said David Cameron one of the three Trustees.

The Advisory Board will assist the Trustees with the establishment of the MacEachen Institute as a leading voice for progressive public policy and civic engagement by providing guidance on the direction and organization of the Institute. “The Trustees look forward to working with a group of people so widely respected internationally to assist in the establishment of the Institute;” commented trustee Carole Gillies. Members of the advisory Board are:

Gerald Butts – Public Policy advisor, former President of the World Wildlife Fund;
Catherine Cano – Communications and Public Affairs Advisor;
Alain Dudoit – International Business Advisor and former Canadian Diplomat;
Allan Gregg – leading Canadian research professional and social commentator;
Hon. Donald Johnston – formerly Secretary General of the O.E.C.D and Former Federal Cabinet Minister;
Colin Patrick MacDonald – Calgary based lawyer;
Farah Mohamed – C.E.O. of G(irls) 20 Summit;
Hon. Lowell Murray – former Senator and Federal Cabinet Minister;
Taleeb Noormohamed – Vancouver based entrepreneur and community activist;
Dr. Ian Stewart – former Federal Deputy Minister.

Source MacEachen Institute for Public Policy & Government.

Related Farah Mohamed: https://ismailimail.wordpress.com/?s=Farah+Mohamed
Related Taleeb Noormohamed: https://ismailimail.wordpress.com/?s=Taleeb+Noormohamed

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