Christopher Chen advises clients on supporting stakeholder value through effectively aligning organizational strategy to executive pay and governance. As a lawyer and in-house advisor, he provides deep technical and industry expertise in all aspects of executive compensation and governance. He has extensive experience as an advisor to the board and/or management.
Lynne’s maternal line connects her to generations of resilient African women of colour. Women whose journeys brought them from Africa to the British West Indies; then to Scotland and finally Canada. Lynne contributes 20+ years’ experience as a business leader and growth strategist as well as her commitment to making the journey more successful for the next generation.
Gayle Edwards is an International, award-winning Global Impact & Brand Strategist, Author and Speaker who empowers and educates conscious and purpose driven entrepreneurs and organisations to build impactful businesses through leveraging their brands and building their identity and authority within their marketplace. Gayle is also an Advocate for the UN Global Goals, in particular Goal No. 5 which is Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women & Girls and centres much of her work around this goal.
Gayle is also a Co-Author of the International No. 1 Bestseller, The Law of Brand Attraction which was published in May 2020 to provide entrepreneurs and business owners with success strategies and hope during the recent global pandemic.
Originally from Jamaica and now a Canadian citizen, Camille Isaacs-Morell has a Bachelor’s degree in Modern Languages from the University of the West Indies, and a Master’s in Business Administration in Marketing and International Business from the University of Miami.
She has served in senior leadership positions in major global organizations in the healthcare, financial services, and non-profit sectors in a career spanning more than 20 years in the Caribbean and North America.
Motivated by a vision of a better world where everyone has the opportunity to be better and do better, Ms. Isaacs-Morell serves as a volunteer, board member, mentor, and donor in organizations that support better health, for women and girls, and marginalized persons.