February 5, 2022

ICD Announces 2022 Fellowship Award Recipients

Fellowship Awards celebrate excellence, integrity and leadership in Canadian boardrooms

TORONTO, February 5, 2022The Institute of Corporate Directors (the “ICD”) today announced that the following five senior corporate leaders are the recipients of this year’s ICD Fellowship Award: 
Sylvia Chrominska HBA, ICD.D 
Stratford, Ontario

Doug Haughey MBA, ICD.D
Calgary, Alberta
Jean Houde 
Montreal, Quebec

Wendy Kei FCPA, FCA, ICD.D
Toronto, Ontario

Herbert C. Pinder Jr.  B.A., LLB, MBA, Doctor of Laws, Hon. Colonel
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Biographies are available here.
The ICD Fellowship designation is the highest distinction the ICD confers on corporate directors. It was established in 1997 to honour individuals who have made outstanding contributions to Canadian enterprises and not-for-profit organizations by bringing robust corporate governance leadership to boardrooms across the country.
According to Rahul Bhardwaj, ICD President and CEO: “Factors outside the boardroom are demanding ongoing reinvention from companies and their boards. Contentious issues previously beyond directors’ purview require careful yet courageous and innovative stewardship. This year’s Inductees are the embodiment of this.”

Nominated by their peers, the Inductees are reviewed by a Selection Committee that includes highly respected individuals from Canada’s director community. In addition to demonstrated leadership on the boards on which they serve, other contributions to excellence in governance are considered, such as thought leadership, and education and mentorship activities.

The Inductees join a prestigious group of exemplary directors, all of whom have earned the respect of their peers for their dedication to transparency, accountability, and performance in boardrooms across Canada.
The F.ICD designation will be conferred at a ceremony to be held later this year.
About the ICD
The Institute of Corporate Directors is a not-for-profit, member-based association representing Canadian directors and boards across the for-profit, not-for-profit, and Crown sectors. The ICD has more than 16,000 members and 11 Chapters across Canada and fosters the sharing of knowledge and wisdom through education, professional development programs and services, and thought leadership. ICD members across all sectors of the economy oversee well in excess of $1 trillion in market capitalization and institutions that impact the lives of virtually every Canadian.

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