Lorne Mark Rosenborough
Mr. Roseborough is currently the Chairman of Veritas Pharma Inc. (CSE:VRT). Prior to Veritas, Mr. Roseborough acted as the Lead Executive for the Start-up of the Dow Corning’s $1.2 billion semi-conductor plant in Clarksville, Tennessee. Prior to Dow, between 2007 and 2010, Mr. Roseborough was a director of EPOD Solar Inc. He also held numerous management positions over his tenure at EPOD ultimately acting as the President of EPOD in 2008. Additionally, from 1992 to 2003, at Belkorp Industries Inc. he acted as the Vice President of Manufacturing, having direct responsibility for the operations of three pulp and paper mills and the Mohawk Lubricants oil refinery. These operations had collectively over 350 employees and produced over $300 million in annual revenues. Between 1999 and 2003, Mr. Roseborough also held the position of President and CEO of Bluewater Fiber in Port Huron, Michigan (on behalf of owners Merrill Lynch and Cerberus Capital Partners), which was a large scale recycle pulp mill.
Mr. Lowther brings a wealth of legal experience as a commercial lawyer with Miller Thomson LLP in Vancouver. Currently, he is the EVP, Corporate Development & Legal for BlocPal International Inc., a cryptocurrency payment processor. Formerly, he was a securities and corporate lawyer at Miller Thomson LLP, where he advised companies listed on the NYSE, TSX, TSX-V and CSE. Mr. Lowther is also an expert in structuring financial and legal strategies for early-stage businesses seeking to expand their operations and maximize shareholder value. His legal experience has been focused on advising companies in emerging industries, such as cannabis and blockchain. Blair is also a director of Veritas Pharma, Sport BC and Canada SCORES. Mr. Lowther is a Guest Lecturer & Contributing Author for the Sauder School of Business at The University of British Columbia.
Ms Blady is the former Manitoba Health Minister, the founder of Speak Up: Mental Health Advocates and Sharon Blady & Associates, sharing her insight as a keynote speaker and consultant. As Health Minister, Ms Blady oversaw a $6B budget, worked with stakeholders, departments, and front-line healthcare providers demonstrating interpersonal and systems analysis competencies, and agility in addressing issues management and strategic planning. Ms Blady advanced progressive policy changes in a variety of healthcare sectors, including mental health and the expanded use of cannabis in preparation for legalization. In her previous role as Minister of Healthy Living, Ms Blady focused on community collaboration in expanding preventative programs, establishing AFFIRM food security in Northern Manitoba, and supporting grassroots mental health organizations. Before being promoted into Cabinet, Ms Blady crafted two pieces of first-in-Canada human rights legislation. Ms Blady began her career as an academic, with interdisciplinary competencies driving her graduate research for her MA and PhD. In addition to her role on the Veritas Pharma Board of Directors, Ms Blady serves on a variety of volunteer boards in the health sector.