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Board of Trustees

Our Board of Trustees is responsible for overseeing management and the overall stewardship of Chemtrade.

 

Lorie Waisberg
Chair of the Board of Trustees

Lorie Waisberg has been a trustee of the Fund since its initial public offering in 2001 and was appointed Chair of the Board in 2009. Lorie has served on the board of directors of numerous Canadian public companies, including serving as a member and chair of audit, corporate governance, compensation and human resource committees. He holds an ICD.D designation as a professional corporate director. In addition to being Chair of the Board of Trustees at Chemtrade, Lorie is also a member of the Audit, Compensation and Corporate Governance and Responsible Care Committees.

Lorie has law degrees from the University of Toronto and Harvard University, and had a distinguished 30-year legal career as a business law partner of Goodmans, LLP in Toronto. This was followed by direct business experience as Executive Vice President, Finance and Administration at steel producer, Co-Steel Inc. prior to retirement.

Mark Davis
Chief Executive Officer, Corporate Director

Mark Davis has been Chief Executive Officer of Chemtrade since its inception in 2001. Having led Chemtrade’s initial public offering, he has since guided the company through significant growth. Chemtrade Logistics Income Fund was formed as a spin out from Marsulex Inc. where Mark served as President, North American Operations. He brings more than 30 years’ experience in the chemical industry, having served as President of Sterling Pulp Chemicals Inc. prior to joining Chemtrade and Marsulex. In addition, earlier in his career, Mark gained broad exposure to a number of industries while practising tax law as a partner at Borden & Elliott LLP (now Borden, Ladner Gervais LLP), a major Toronto law firm. Mark earned his Bachelor of Law degree at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto.

Lucio Di Clemente
Chair of the Audit Committee

Lucio Di Clemente, CPA/CA, MBA, ICD.D, is an experienced executive, corporate director, and business advisor who brings a wealth of operational excellence combined with significant experience in completing financial transactions. During his executive career, Lucio has led several iconic Canadian companies across a broad spectrum of industries, including manufacturing, retail, health sciences and distribution.

As a practitioner and advocate for effective corporate governance, Lucio brings more than 30 years of experience leading and serving on public company, private company and not-for-profit boards of directors. Currently Lucio serves on three corporate boards including Chemtrade’s. At Chemtrade, Lucio is a member of the Responsible Care and Compensation and Corporate Governance Committees and chairs the Audit Committee. He also mentors a number of CEOs and is a corporate finance advisor.

Daniella Dimitrov
Corporate Director

Daniella Dimitrov has more than 20 years’ experience in building, operating and leading businesses in mining and financial services. Since 2017, she has been Partner at Sprott Capital Partners, a mining investment banking and advisory firm. Daniella has held strategy, operations, corporate development and governance roles. Daniella has served as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of a multi-mine gold/copper producer, Executive Vice-Chair of an iron ore developer and as Chief Operating Officer of a national wealth management and capital markets firm. Daniella serves and has served as a director of a number of public companies in natural resources and energy sectors.

Daniella was chosen as one of the Top 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining for 2016 and was a Canada Board Diversity Council – 2016 Diversity 50 Candidate. Daniella is a noted speaker on topics including capital markets and Environmental, Social & Governance.

At Chemtrade, Daniella is a member of the Audit, Responsible Care and Compensation and Corporate Governance Committees.

Emily Moore
Chair of the Responsible Care Committee

Dr. Emily Moore has been Director of Troost Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering at the University of Toronto since October 2018, where she leads teaching, research and programming to help develop the next generation of engineering leaders. Emily spent 10 years at Hatch Ltd. holding positions including Managing Director, Innovation, and Managing Director, Water. In that time, she led global initiatives to serve mining, energy and infrastructure sector clients. Emily previously spent more than 10 years at Xerox, leading teams on developing new chemical processes and bringing them to manufacturing scale.

A licensed professional engineer, Emily is a subject-matter expert in water and mining and a Rhodes Scholar. She has also completed the Corporate Directors International certification.

At Chemtrade, Emily is member of the Audit and Compensation and Corporate Governance Committees and chairs the Responsible Care Committee.

Douglas Muzyka
Corporate Director

Douglas Muzyka has extensive experience in the chemical industry, manufacturing, HR, governance, and risk management. He retired from E.I. DuPont de Nemours (DuPont), a manufacturer of chemical products, specialty materials, consumer and industrial products. As Senior Vice President and Chief Science and Technology Officer, he led an organization of more than 10,000 scientists and engineers. He previously held many international positions with Dupont including, President of DuPont, Greater China; Vice President and General Manager of DuPont Nutrition and Health; President and CEO of DuPont Canada, Inc.; President and General Manager of DuPont Mexico; and as research scientist. Douglas brings strong operational and administrative skills to the Chemtrade Board, and considerable experience in new plant start-ups and venture development in international venues.

Douglas holds a B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Western Ontario and did additional graduate work at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France.

At Chemtrade, Douglas is a member of the Audit, Responsible Care and Compensation and Corporate Governance Committees.

Katherine Rethy
Chair of the Compensation and Corporate Governance Committee

Katherine has extensive experience in the industrial sector and specifically in shared services, procurement, logistics and operational matters and was previously Senior Vice President, Global Services at Falconbridge Ltd. Prior to joining Falconbridge, she was an executive with DuPont Canada Inc. Katherine serves as a Director of Toromont Industries Ltd. and Muskoka Airport, and is past Director of SBM Offshore NV (Netherlands), Equitable Bank, TransForce Inc. and several not-for-profit organizations, including serving as past Chair of Katimavik. She has chaired compensation, nomination, and governance committees and has served on audit, risk and various special committees.

Katherine is a lawyer and has completed the ICD’s professional corporate director course. She has a J.D. from the University of Windsor, a B.Sc. from the University of Toronto, an MBA from York University, and an M.A. from Lancaster University in the U.K.

At Chemtrade, Katherine is a member of the Audit and Responsible Care Committees and chairs the Compensation and Corporate Governance Committee.



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