SHLF Board and Committees

The Strachan Hartley Legacy Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors with representatives from across Canada. There are three Committees - in Vancouver, Montréal and Calgary - that are responsible for organizing and promoting our SHLF events.

Vancouver Committee

To learn more or to get involved please feel free to call (250) 701 0742 or email Scott at

Scott Munro, Chair
Jayme Smithers
Mary Catherine Diebolt Moseley
Anasabina Dys
Tove Pashkowski 
Amy Hockley Brunelle
David Kozier
Heidi King
Mary Ann Hartley
Todd Chapman
JP Lapointe
Marg Munro

Calgary Committee

To learn more or to get involved, please feel free to call (403) 837-4762 or email Meghann at 

Meghann Springett,Chair
Norah Parkinson
Liam De Silva
Krista De Silva
Mandy Moran
Andrew Zakaluzny
Lauren Zakaluzny
Lindsay Dwinnell
Sean Mascarenhas
Emily Brydon
Blythe Hartley

SHLF Board of Directors

Glenn Munro, Chair

Recently retired from role as Executive Vice President Finance and Corporate Development of Armstrong Group, owner and operator of the Rocky Mountaineer tourist train, Glenn was a senior member of the team which grew the company to become one of  the leading rail tourism companies in the world. A graduate of Institute of Corporate Directors Corporate Governance College, his unique strengths include finance, corporate development, corporate relationships and extensive board experience.  Glenn is a Bachelor of Commerce graduate from the University of Toronto and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia.

Dr Sarah Prichard

A medical doctor by training, Sarah is currently the Vice President of Global Medical Affairs for Baxter Pharmaceuticals, overseeing all scientific, clinical and medical affairs globally.  Formerly a practicing physician and Professor and Associate Dean at McGill Medical School, Sarah has chaired and served on several societies, advisory boards and has been a trustee at Queen’s University.  Sarah brings significant board and corporate experience to the Foundation as well as political and academic relationships.  Sarah received her medical doctorate from Queens University and is the mother of five children, including a 2009 Rhodes Scholar.

Kris Britch

Kris is a lawyer practicing in the area of corporate, commercial and securities law and has acted for public and private companies in a number of industry sectors. Prior to working at his present firm in Vancouver, DuMoulin Black LLP, Kris worked as a Director and Legal Counsel with the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games where, among other things, he provided legal and business advice to a broad range of functions, including commercial rights (IP/brand) management, operations and services, venue management, sponsorship, transportation and logistics, litigation, and the Olympic and Paralympic torch relays. Kris received his LL.B. from the University of Victoria and his BComm (with Hons) from the University of British Columbia. Kris is an exceedingly proud father of a little girl, is active in many sports, and a volunteer with HEROS, a charitable organization which uses hockey as a catalyst to attract youth from economically challenged neighbourhoods in order to support education, self-esteem building and life skills training. In 2008, he was one of ten riders to cross Canada by bike to raise money and awareness for SHLF in the Make a Difference Marathon. 

Fiona Macfarlane (Grants Committee Chair)

Fiona is an independent consultant with extensive IT and Operations leadership experience living in Montreal.  Having worked as a Vice President in production and technolody in the Canadian publishing industry, Fiona is a problem solver who enjoys developing practical solutions and understands how to engage teams to deliver. Fiona has a great passion for the not-for-profit sector and young people and has uniquely strong networking capabilities.  Fiona is the Chair of the Foundations' Granting Sub-Committee and is a member of the Advisory Board for the McGill MBA Mentoring Program.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Masters in Business Administration from McGill University.

Tuesday Reitano (Secretary)

Tuesday brings nine years of experience working in United Nations development capacities to the Foundation. With a thorough knowledge of development programmes and administration at both the international and community lelves, Tuesday brings strong organizational behaviour and strategic skills to SHLF. She co-authored the 2009 Strategic Plan that helped guide the formation of the SHLF Board. With a Bachelor of Arts degree from York University (UK), Masters in Public Administration from New York Univeristy and Masters of Business Administration from McGill University, this mother of two lives with her family in Vienna where she works with the United Nations.

Wyatt Hartley (Treasurer)

Wyatt is a Finance Manager for Brookfield Asset Management, based in Toronto. A Chartered Accountant by training he articled and worked for KPMG LLP in both Vancouver and London before moving to Brookfield. He holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science from Queens University, a graduate diploma in accounting from University of British Columbia and is a registered member of the British Columbia Institute of Chartered Accountants.  Wyatt is a brother to Strachan Hartley and played football for Queens University and University of British Columbia. He was one of ten riders and Ride Captain for the Make a Difference Marathon.