Jill Diamond

February 6, 2017 1:14am
Jill Diamond is the Executive Director of the Diamond Foundation, a private family foundation established to improve the quality of people’s lives in Greater Vancouver. Prior to joining the foundation, Jill ran a marketing communications consulting business and worked in advertising, direct marketing and the design industry in Los Angeles and Vancouver.

Jill is committed to giving back to her community and supporting those in need. She has served on many boards including that of Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver, Big Sister’s Honourary Board, Jewish Family Service Agency and B.C.Womens Newborn ICU Campaign Cabinet.

Jill earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies at University of California Santa Barbara and a Master’s degree in Marketing from Northwestern University in Chicago.

Eileen Stewart - Vice Chair
February 6, 2017 1:25am
Eileen is the former chair of the Women’s Health Research Institute – the research arm of BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre. She has a strong background in looking out for the interests of women – spending 7 years on the board of the YWCA of Vancouver, including time as Chair. Eileen owns a human resources consulting practice, and in her (not so) spare time, she teaches Ikebana (Japanese flower design).
Warren Beach - Vice Chair
January 31, 2017 4:01am
Warren Beach is the Chief Executive Officer of Hold it All Inc. He is an accomplished finance executive with over 24 years of experience in senior financial roles. He started his career as an accountant at Ernst & Young and was Chief Financial Officer of Sierra Systems Group Inc., and most recently TimberWest, Western Canada’s largest private timber and land management company. He served on the Cabinet of the United Way for 7 years, serving as Cabinet Co-Chair in 2011, and is currently also a Board Member of The Boys & Girls Clubs of Vancouver. Warren is a dedicated cycling enthusiast.
Marina S. Matei - Secretary
February 6, 2017 1:22am
Retired Vice President and senior institutional portfolio manager at Phillips Hager & North Investment Management, and former director at the western Canadian operations of a major national consulting company. Since moving to Vancouver in 1982, Marina has been involved with the Boards of the Green Thumb Theatre for Children, and the Vancouver Playhouse. She has volunteered with a variety of local community organizations including the United Way and the BC Cancer Foundation.
Philippe Arrata - Treasurer
October 3, 2018 2:00pm
Phil Arrata is Chief Financial and Administrative Officer for Best Buy Canada. Previously at McKinsey & Co, he has 20 years’ experience of leading strategy to drive organizational growth and efficiency. He holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University, a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce from McGill University and is currently a Strategy and Finance Adjunct Professor for UBC's MBA program. Phil enjoys an active lifestyle including running, cycling and traveling with his wife and two children.
Dee Brown
February 6, 2017 1:10am
Dee joined the TELUS Community Investment team in November 2012 to lead the creation of the local and regional cause marketing programmes, national marketing campaigns and communications strategies. In this time Dee has led and developed a high performing team and developed and launched multiple campaigns that showcase the philosophy of We Give Where We Live. 
Cheryl Davies
October 18, 2017 2:59pm
Cheryl is the Chief Operating Officer at BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre, one of the largest maternity hospitals in Canada and the only facility in BC devoted primarily to the health of women, newborns and their families. With a background in nursing and adult education, she has over 20 years of experience in women’s health leadership from community to hospital settings. She is a passionate advocate for women’s health, reproductive rights and social justice and is an active international health volunteer in her spare time. She believes firmly in the strength of servant leadership and the importance of honouring women’s values and voices in health care planning and system improvement.
Dr. Ellen Giesbrecht
February 6, 2017 1:15am
Ellen is Senior Medical Director, Acute Perinatal Programs at BC Women’s Hospital.  Prior to taking this role, she spent seven years as Head of the BC Women’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. In May 2013, Ellen received her Canadian Certified Physician Executive designation, a national certification recognizing excellence in leadership through education and leadership assessment.