Bob is a director and principal at Montgomery Sisam Architects working largely with not-for-profit public and private agencies. Bob has built an award-winning portfolio of work that spans many different sectors.
A former President of the Board of Environmental Defence, Bob works with the ENGO in their mission to inspire change by connecting people with the environmental issues that affect their homes, workplaces and neighbourhoods.
Bob is also a Chair of the Awareness Foundation Canada, promoting peacebuilding though the education of children and young adults in the Middle East. Bob was named a fellow of the Royal Architectural institute of Canada in 2014.
Bob received a Bachelor of Architecture from University of Toronto.
Chris retired as President and CEO of the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research two years ago. Before that he was the head of the Global Consulting Group in London, followed by two years as CEO of the Awareness Foundation. Before London, he was Chairman and CEO of public relations and corporate communications consultancy Weber Shandwick Canada.
Chris has extensive experience as a board chairman and director in both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors, having served on several boards of organisations. Chris is a Trustee of the Awareness Foundation in London, and is a committee member of the Awareness Foundation in Canada. He is a Warden of Grace Church on-the-Hill, Toronto.
Chris received degrees from Carleton University and the University of Ottawa; he is accredited by IABC, is an IABC Fellow, and is a Member of the Order of the Diocese of Toronto.
Canon Peter Walker is a priest of the Diocese of Toronto and currently the rector of Grace Church on-the-hill in mid-town Toronto. A son of the rectory, he was educated at Trinity College, Toronto, and Oxford University. Initially trained as a musician, he is an organist and choral conductor. In 1977 he founded the Tallis Choir of Toronto which continues to specialize in performing masterpieces of Renaissance polyphony. Canon Walker has served in the diocese of Toronto for the past forty years in small-town, suburban, and urban parish settings, and has been committed to theological education, mentoring postulants, congregational development, and fostering lay ministry. He and his wife Virginia, a French-immersion Kindergarten teacher, are parents to three sons.