Our Board

Saskatoon Community Foundation operates under the guidance of a diverse group of community-minded volunteers. The Board of Directors, approved by a three-person Board of Appointers, offers a wealth of expertise, ideas, and enthusiasm for the work of Saskatoon Community Foundation.

The current Board of Directors are as follows:

Executive Members

Wayne Brownlee
Chair
Wayne Brownlee coordinated the privatization of PotashCorp, which began in 1988 and transformed it from a provincial Crown corporation to a publicly traded company. As head of expansion and development efforts in the 1990s, he was instrumental in the acquisition of more than US$4 billion in assets. He was appointed Executive Vice President, Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer in 2006 after seven years as Senior Vice President, Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer. Prior to that, he had been Senior Vice President, Expansion and Development, Vice President, Expansion and Development and Director, Business Development.
Greg Keller
Past Chair
Greg Keller is a partner at Ernst & Young (EY) and was with the predecessor firm Hergott Duval Stack LLP since 1996. He has been involved with the Canadian Progress Club – Saskatoon Downtown since 1999 serving as Treasurer, President and as Past President/Membership Chair and currently holds the position of treasurer with the Canadian Progress Club Charitable Foundation. Greg is also past Treasurer and President of what is now Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saskatoon.
Tiffany M. Paulsen Q.C.
Director at Large
Tiffany is a partner with the leading Saskatchewan law firm of Robertson Stromberg LLP. As an accomplished trial lawyer, Tiffany has a strong record of successful litigation before the Court of Queen’s Bench, Court of Queen’s Bench FLD and the Court of Appeal. Tiffany has been named one of the ten most influential women in Saskatchewan. In 2009, Tiffany was appointed Queen’s Counsel by Saskatchewan’s Minister of Justice (one of the fastest and youngest appointments in the province’s history) and has been recognized as one of the top 100 graduates from the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan. She has held a number of positions within the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) and is also a past President of the Saskatoon Bar Association. In 2000, Tiffany was the youngest person ever elected as a City Councillor in Saskatoon and was re-elected 2003, 2006, 2009 and 2012. Ms. Paulsen was subsequently appointed as the youngest deputy mayor in the history of Saskatoon. Tiffany has served on almost all of the City’s boards and committees. Tiffany also sits on over 20 local, provincial and national Boards, Commissions and Committees.
Tracy Muggli
Director at Large
Tracy is currently the Director of Mental Health and Addiction Services (SHR), responsible for operations of several programs, including as the Irene and Leslie Dubé Centre for Mental Health, Calder Centre, and the Brief & Social Detox Unit. She is a mentor with the SWITCH (Student Wellness Initiative Toward Community Health) program, the Edward’s Business School’s Betty Ann Heggie Womentorship Program as well as the Saskatchewan Leadership Program with the Ministry of Health. She is VP on the Saskatchewan Intercultural Association Board, and has served on several City of Saskatoon committees. She also enjoys serving her community through the Aden Bowman Community School Council and the Canadian Federation of University Women.
Curtis Kimpton
Director at Large
Curtis Kimpton works as a Financial planner with investors Group. He has always been actively involved in many community organizations, including the Kinsmen and the Kin Canada Foundation, Saskatoon Zoo Foundation, and the National Service Director for Cystic Fibrosis. Curtis is also actively involved in many community events, including in Kinsmen Telemiracle as the PR chairman, Cystic Fibrosis, Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Open, and many others.

Board Members

Ian Sutherland
Ian is retired after a career that included several senior management positions. In the trust industry he was regional manager for a trust company. In healthcare, he was Vice President responsible for the Medical Affairs Division of a major teaching hospital. He also served as project manager for the initiative that established Telehealth Saskatchewan and was a member of steering committees that set up Saskatchewan’s Health Help Line and the Western Canadian Children’s Heart Network. Ian is an active volunteer in the community and serves on our Foundation's Investment, Governance, and Audit and Finance committees. He is Past President of the Meewasin Rotary Club, and served on several Rotary committees at the club and district level. He is a Past Chair of the TCU Place Board and Past Chair of the SaskTel Centre Board. He served on the board of Habitat for Humanity including a term as Vice Chair. He has served as a leader in Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. He was an active supporter of his profession serving as a volunteer on several Saskatchewan Association of Health Organization's committees including past chair of the employee benefits committee (Now SHEPP). The Committee managed what is now a $5.9-billion-dollar pension fund Ian and his wife Meredith have two children and has lived in Saskatoon for thirty four years.

Past Board Members

Today’s Board Members follow in the footsteps of numerous other volunteers who dedicated their time, knowledge and energy to the Saskatoon Community Foundation. These cornerstone volunteers include:

Brian Bentley, Zeba Ahmad, Derek Arnold, Roger Arnold, Fred Ballantyne, Myrna Bentley, Moira Birney, Kim Braun, Bernie Broughton, Gordon Bray, Sid Buckwold, Warren Champ, Scott Cherry, Ronan Conlon, Howard Cooper, Joan Emigh, Hon. Dr. Sylvia Fedoruk, Brenda Fitzgerald, Albert Flavelle, Kathryn Ford, Austin Forsyth, Roger Francis, Alain Gaucher, Margaret Harris, Ross Harwood, Wes Heinrichs, Bart Hunter, Sam Jackson, Judy Harwood, Ken Howland, George Keter, Robert Klombies, Susan Lamb, Betty Anne Latrace-Henderson, John Leddy, Don Leier, Dale Linn, John Loraas, Fred MacDermid, Wally Mah, William Manning, Bonnie Marcoux, Fay McCann, Madge McKillop, Neil McMillan, Susan Milburn, Tom Molloy, Penney Murphy, Blair Nelson, Craig Peterson, Dick Pinder, Ross Pinder, Don Ravis, Phyllis Salisbury, Linda Shaw, Mac Sheppard, Jan Thomson, Paul Tiesssen, Randy Trost, Allan Tubby, Jamie Wall, Jim Wasilenko, Cliff Wright, Joanne Wurmlinger, and Darryl Yausie.

In addition to our board members, volunteers can choose to become members of a variety of required committees.