BCS Association Board of Directors

List of 14 items.

  • William Mitchell, BCS'63, Interim Head of School

    It is with the greatest pleasure that we announce that Mr. William Mitchell, BCS’63, has agreed to serve as the Interim Head of School for the 2019-20 school year. Many of you will recall that Will was the 29th Head of School from 2012-2015 and was instrumental in recruiting our previous Head, Tyler L. Lewis, to BCS. We are delighted that he has agreed to lead the school again, during this transition.

    Mr. Mitchell is one of Canada’s most respected leaders in independent secondary school education with an extensive list of professional and personal achievements that inspires admiration. Headmaster of Selwyn House School in Montreal for 24 years, he also taught at Trinity College School for 11 years and at Lower Canada College for three years. During Mr. Mitchell’s three years as Head of School at BCS, he implemented changes that strengthened the school, and made strategic decisions that have proven instrumental in enabling the school to thrive, as it is today.

    Mr. Mitchell has remained connected to BCS since his days as a student and has remained deeply engaged with the school since his headship concluded in 2015. Please join us in welcoming him back. We feel extremely fortunate to have him return as our 31st Head of School.
  • Linda Rodeck, BCS'81, Chair

    Linda Rodeck, BCS'81 – Senior Canadian Art Specialist  and Vice President, Fine Art, Waddington's (Toronto, ON)
    Ms. Rodeck attended BCS from 1977-1981,with her older brothers, Bruce (class of '78) and Keith (class of '79). She later graduated with a BA in History and Art History from McGill University, and earned her Master's Degree from the University of Toronto.
    From 2010-2013, Ms. Rodeck served as Managing Director for Sotheby’s (Canada) and in the summer of 2013 was recruited by Waddington's, Canada's oldest auctioneers, where she is now Senior Canadian Art Specialist and Vice President, Fine Art.
    She has served on the board of the Niagara Historical Society and Museum, Bloorview Kids rehab, and the McMichael Canadian Art Collection.

    Ms. Rodeck joined the Association Board in 2011, was appointed Vice-Chair in 2014, and Chair in 2018.
  • Guthrie Stewart, BCS'73, Vice Chair

    Guthrie Stewart,
    BCS'73 - Senior Vice President, Global Head of Private Investments, PSP Investments (Westmount, QC)

    As Head of Private Investments at the Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments), Guthrie Stewart oversees a growing portfolio of more than CA$27 billion invested in Private Equity and Infrastructure. The Private Investments group seeks to build long‐term relationships and co‐invests with operating platforms and other funds worldwide.
    Prior to joining PSP Investments in September 2015, Mr. Stewart was a partner at one of Canada’s largest private equity buy‐out and venture capital firms. He also held several executive roles in the telecommunications industry (international and mobile networks), including CEO, Teleglobe Canada and EVP, Global Development of Teleglobe Inc., and was a founding officer of what is now Bell Mobility. In addition, Mr. Stewart acted as a corporate director and advisor for various public and private enterprises, and was an Adjunct Professor and member of the Faculty Advisory Board of the McGill Desautels Faculty of Management.

    Mr. Stewart has an MBA from INSEAD (Europe) and a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School (Toronto), and he studied Honours Science at Queen’s University (Kingston). He also completed the ICD certification program for corporate directors through Rotman‐McGill.
    Mr. Stewart joined the BCS Association Board in 2011.

  • Richard Bradley

    Richard Bradley
    – (North Hatley, QC)

    Mr. Bradley, father of two BCS graduates, worked for 30 years in the finance business, as a foreign exchange trader in Montreal and London for Toronto-Dominion Bank, and then as Director of Treasury Operations for Kruger Paper. He attended Bishop's University, where he received a BA in Economics in 1974.

    Mr. Bradley joined the Board in 2001 and has served in a number of capacities, including most recently as a member of the Finance and Audit, and Infrastructure committees. He is also very active in the school's Round Square program.

  • Michel Bull, BCS'72, Honorary Secretary-Treasurer

    Michel Bull,
    BCS ’72 – CFO Global Excel Management Inc. (Lennoxville, QC)

    Mr. Bull graduated from Laval University and is a member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. After a brief period at Belanger Dallaire Gagnon (eventually Caron Belanger Ernst & Young), Mr. Bull lived and worked in Europe for nine years. After returning to Canada, he worked for a number of years in the manufacturing world as CFO and general management.

    He is currently the CFO of Global Excel Management Inc., a 450-employee company based in Lennoxville, Quebec.

    Mr. Bull joined the Association Board of BCS in 2013.

  • Scott Goodson, BCS'81

    Scott Goodson,
    BCS’81 – Founder/CEO of StrawberryFrog (New York City, NY)
    Mr. Goodson is a graduate of BCS. He is an experienced entrepreneur and angel investor in 10 companies in Europe, Brazil, India, and the United States.
    He is currently founder/CEO of StrawberryFrog, the world’s first Movement Marketing, Advertising, and Design company based in NYC. Mr. Goodson is also the author of the best-selling book Uprising: How to Build a Brand—and Change the World—By Sparking Cultural Movements through McGraw Hill.
    Mr. Goodson, his wife, and his two sons live outside Manhattan.
    Mr. Goodson joined the BCS Association Board in 2018.
  • Isabelle Goyette

    Isabelle Goyette
     – Vice-Principal, Finance and Administration, Bishop’s University (Lennoxville, QC)
    Ms. Goyette currently serves as the Vice-Principal, Finance and Administration at Bishop’s University. She has more than 20 years of experience in the financial sector, including eight years at Bishop’s University and six years at BBDO in Montreal and Toronto as their Director of Finance. She also serves as an Administrator and Treasurer for CEA Ecollectif (Foundation of the Ecollectif elementary school).

    Ms. Goyette has a Bachelor’s Degree in Management Accounting from HEC Montreal and she also completed the CMA professional program.

    Ms. Goyette joined the BCS Association Board in 2016.
  • Ian Graham, BCS'80

    Ian Graham,
     BCS'80 – Director, R. E. Millward & Associates Ltd (Toronto, ON)

    Mr. Graham has more than 32 years of professional planning experience and currently serves as the Director for R.E. Millward & Associates Ltd.
    Prior to joining the firm Mr. Graham was a Project Manager with the City of Toronto’s City Planning Division. He is also publisher and sole owner of NRU Publishing Inc., a company that publishes two weekly newsletters on planning and development news in the City of Toronto and the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. He has overseen the publication operations for 20 years.

    Mr. Graham has a Master’s of Science in Planning from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor’s Degree in Geography from McMaster University. He is a member of the Canadian Institute of Planners, a registered professional planner in the Province of Ontario, a member of the American Planning Association, a member of the Ontario Association of Land Economists, a member of BILD, and is on the board of Montrose Property Holdings Ltd. And Ecowaste Industries ltd. in Richmond BC.
    Mr. Graham joined the BCS Association Board in 2017.
  • Daniel Lalonde, BCS'72

    Daniel Lalonde
    , BCS’72, B.COM., LL.L, MBA, CIMMD – Senior VP and Portfolio Manager, National Bank Financial (Montreal, QC)

    Mr. Lalonde began his career in capital markets and institutional sales, and prior to joining NBF, was a founding partner and manager of Goepel Shields' (Raymond James) Quebec operation. He has a B.COM. from McGill University, an LL.L from the Université de Montréal, he is a member of the Quebec Bar since 1981, and obtained an MBA from IMD in Switzerland.

    He presently serves on the McGill Shulick Music Advisory board, the Capital Campaign of the Maisonneuve Rosemont Hospital, his President of the Lanaudière International Music Festival Foundation and an active fund raiser for Cystic Fibrosis Quebec.
    Mr. Lalonde has been involved in governance at BCS for 25 years, as president of the BCS Alumni Association, a member of the BCS Foundation Board, and, since 2006, as a member of the Association Board.

  • Tim Price, BCS'75, Past Chair

    Timothy E. Price,
    BCS'75 – Director and Portfolio Manager, 3Macs (a division of Raymond James Ltd.) (Montreal, QC)
    Mr. Price joined MacDougall, MacDougall & MacTier (3Macs) in 1984 and now leads The Price Group, a Portfolio Management team. He attended BCS from 1970 to 1975. In 1979, Tim graduated from Queen’s University with an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree before moving to London, England, to gain professional experience with the investment firm Rowe & Pitman. He then worked for the public accounting firm Coopers & Lybrand in both Toronto and Bermuda.

    Mr. Price joined 3Macs with a management position in finance and administration, and he attained the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1992. He was elected as a Director of the Firm in 1992 and served on the Executive Committee from 1993. Between 2002 and 2009 he held the position of President and Chief Executive Officer and was elected Chairman of the Board in February 2009 until 3Macs became a division of Raymond James Ltd. in October 2016. Since then he has served as a Director of Raymond James Ltd.

    Mr. Price is a member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, a former Chair of the Investment Industry Association of Canada and is active in multiple industry, educational, health and charitable organizations.
    After serving on the BCS Foundation board for 20 years, Mr. Price joined the Association Board in 2010 and assumed the role of Vice Chair in 2012. He was elected Chair in 2013 and served a five-year term in that role until September 2018.
  • Marc Rioux

    Marc Rioux
     – President and Owner, Les Immeubles Rioux, Inc.
    (Sherbrooke, QC)

    Mr. Rioux founded Les Immeubles Rioux Inc, a real-estate company in Sherbrooke, Quebec in 2002 and currently serves as the President. He has a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from École des Hautes Études Commercials as well as a Competency Diploma from the Canadian Institute of Credit Managers.

    Mr. Rioux’s son graduated with the class of 2017, and his daughter in 2018. They both now attend Bishop’s University.
    Mr. Rioux joined the BCS Association Board in 2017.
  • Avery (MacKay) Russell, BCS'85

    Avery Russell, BCS'85 -
     Founder and Interior Designer at AR Designer's Group (Marblehead, MA)

    Ms. Russell has three children who are BCS graduates, and one child currently attending BCS. In addition to raising her family, Ms. Russell has been actively involved in her community with various non-profit organizations. At St. Michael's Church (Marblehead, MA) she served on the vestry, chaired the Stewardship Committee, and taught Sunday school. Within the Marblehead public school system Ms. Russell chaired the Playground Improvement and Fundraising Committee, and spent many years as an enrichment volunteer, and yearbook editor. She has recently earned a certificate in interior design and has started her new business, AR Designer's Group.

    Ms. Russell joined the BCS Association Board in 2014.

  • Stephan Scholl, BCS'88

    Stephan Scholl,
    BCS'88 - Past President, Infor Inc. (New York, NY)

    Mr. Scholl most recently served as President of Infor Inc., the third largest enterprise software company in the world. As president, he was responsible for sales, consulting, alliances, and channels worldwide. Mr. Scholl has 25 years of experience in the technology arena, including 12 years at Oracle and Peoplesoft combined, where he held a number of consulting and sales management roles.

    Mr. Scholl has a Bachelor's Degree in Education from McGill University.
    Mr. Scholl joined the BCS Association Board in 2015.

  • Roald Smeets, BCS'87

    Roald Smeets
    , BCS’87 - President and COO, The Citco Group.

    Mr. Smeets is the President and COO of the highly successful Citco Group of Companies, established by the Smeets family in 1948 to meet the needs of multinationals and private clients following the Second World War. The company has been a leader in international finance since it began, deeply involved in establishing the Eurobond and hedge fund markets while retaining its entrepreneurial character. As an industry leader for more than 75 years, the group has a deep expertise in the full range of fund strategies, investor requirements, multinational governance, and private client estate planning.

    Mr. Smeets joined the BCS Association Board in 2015.

BCS Mission Statement

“We create a caring community of learning and development where cultures connect and individuals matter. Our commitment to excellence in academics, wellness, athletics, creativity, and service contributes to a lifetime of engagement and global competence.”

Past Association Board Chairs

R. W. Heneker 1879 - 1902
H. R. Fraser 1902 - 1908
R. Campbell 1908 - 1912
Sir H. Montagu Allan, C.V.O. 1912- 1914
J. K. L. Ross 1914 - 1922
Grant Hall 1922 - 1934
P. F. Sise 1934 - 1939
E. de L. Greenwood 1939 - 1945
W. W. Ogilvie 1945 - 1951
The Hon. William Mitchell, BCS'26 1951 - 1963
Robert R. McLernon, BCS'32 1963 - 1969
H. G. Hallward 1969 - 1984
Shirley H. Stoker, KHC'46 1984 - 1988
Stuart H. Cobbett, BCS'66 1988 - 1991
Rae Heenan, KHC'55 1991 - 1994
François de Sainte Marie, BCS'65 1994 - 1997
Patterson Webster 1997 - 2000
Douglas Patriquin, BCS'64 2000 - 2004
David J. Stenason, BCS'75 2004 - 2008
Kurt A. Johnson, BCS'84 2008 - 2013
Timothy E. Price, BCS'75 2013 - 2018
Bishop's College School is an independent English-language boarding and day school for grades 7 to 12 in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.