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Board of Governors

 

Jean Cloutier

Board Chair Jean Cloutier joined Fairfax in 1999 as Vice President and Chief Actuary, becoming Vice President, International Operations in 2009. From 1990-1999, he was Vice President Actuarial Services of Lombard Canada Limited, a Canadian property and casualty insurance company. From 1987 to 1990, Mr. Cloutier was an actuarial analyst at Hailfax insurance and from 1986 to 1987 he was an actuarial assistant at Dominion of Canada Insurance Company. Mr. Cloutier received his bachelor's degree in actuarial sciences from Laval University. He is a fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a member of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries.

 

Wendy Cecil

Past parent and former Chair of the Branksome Hall Board of Governors in Canada, Wendy Cecil is currently the President of Brookmoor Enterprises, as well as the Chancellor of Victoria University in the University of Toronto, Chair of the Governors’ Council of St. Michael’s Hospital, and an Associate Senior Fellow of Massey College. In 2005, to honor her retirement as Chair of the Branksome Hall Canada Board, the Wendy M. Cecil Endowed Fund for Athletics was established to provide ongoing funding to enhance athletic programs and facilities at Branksome Hall Canada. Ms. Cecil also holds a Bachelor of Arts and an Honorary Doctor of Laws (LDD) from the University of Toronto. She resides in Toronto, Canada.

 

Jongkwan (Josh) Peck

An attorney and partner at the Corporate Group of Lee & Ko in Seoul, South Korea, Josh Peck specializes in the areas of general corporate, mergers and acquisitions, and international arbitration. Fluent in English and Korean, Mr. Peck holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from Boston College and a Juris Doctor (JD) from Georgetown University Law Center. He was admitted to the bar in New York State in 1990, and has practiced in Korea throughout his career. He has also contributed his expertise to a number of published international legal guides. Mr. Peck is also the parent of a Branksome Hall Canada student. He resides in Seoul, South Korea.

 

Ali Salahuddin

Ali Salahuddin is a senior financial services executive focused on investment management and capital markets. He has built and grown large global businesses and has led sizable international teams with a presence in all major financial centers. Ali has worked in New York, London, and Toronto and has held senior executive roles with major global financial institutions such as Citigroup, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bank of Nova Scotia, Royal Bank of Canada, and Manulife. Currently, he is the Managing Director and Head, Structured Products at Laurentian Bank. Ali holds a B.A. (Mathematics) from Franklin and Marshall College, a M.Sc. (Mathematics) from the University of Toronto, and an MBA (Finance) from the University of Toronto Rotman School of Business. He holds a Chartered Investment Manager (CIM) designation and is a Certified Corporate Director (ICD.D). Ali is the father of three Branksome Hall Canada (BHC) students, has served on the BHC board for 9 years, and is currently a member of the Branksome Hall Foundation board. He resides in Toronto.

 

Seong Hyun Park

Seong Hyun Park joins the Branksome Hall Asia Board of Governors as a Parent Governor. Mr. Park is the parent of one of our Grade 4 students. A resident of Jeju, Mr. Park is a lawyer of 9 years and a legal advisor for Jeju City for five years. He also has a degree in international relations from the University of Denver.

 

YongSeok Jo

YongSeok Jo is a professional with a diverse business and public relations background. He has held key positions at JDC, including Director of Public Relations, Director of Business and Management Support, and Healthcare Town Project Manager. Mr. YongSeok Jo has a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Diplomacy from Yonsei University and a Master's degree from the KDI School of Public Policy and Management.

 

Sung Jong Moon

Sung Jong Moon is a Professor at Cheju Halla University. He completed his Master's in Hotel Management at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA, and a Ph.D. in Tourism Management at Hanyang University, Korea. He started his teaching career at Cheju Halla University in 1995. He was a member of the Presidential Commission on Policy Planning and a research fellow at the Jeju Chamber of Commerce and Industry's Regional Economic Research Institute. Professor Moon's research area is focused on eco-tourism and festival events. He continually presents issues related to eco-tourism and tourism management.