Collegium Members of the University of St. Michael’s College
Updated October 2014
Prof. Anne Anderson, C.S.J.
Professor Anne Anderson is the sixth President and Vice-Chancellor of USMC and the first woman to hold the position. Professor Anderson had previously served USMC as Interim President since July 2008. She was appointed Associate Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Theology, in 2001 and was re-appointed in 2006. Prior to this she taught in the program and served as Director of Israel Programs at USMC since 1990. She currently serves as Chair of the Pastoral Theology Department in the Toronto School of Theology (TST), and is immediate past Chair of the Commission on Accrediting for the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) in Canada and the United States.
Ms. Renata Brum Bozzi
Ms. Renata Brum Bozzi was appointed Senior Citizenship Judge in October, 2013. She is a former Member of the Social Security Tribunal on which she served immediately following her six year appointment as a Citizenship Judge in Mississauga. As a Citizenship Judge, she presided over thousands of hearings in English and in French and was called upon to consult on policy, jurisprudence and legislative initiatives to combat fraud and reform the citizenship process. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology, a Master of Arts from the Toronto School of Theology, and a Certificate in Public Relations from the University of Toronto. She did legal and policy research for the Honourable Mr. Justice David M. Brown, now at the Ontario Superior Court, and was also a Senior Associate with the High Park Group providing research, media analysis and strategic advice. Her community work has included serving as a host parent to international students studying in Canada; the 820 Chris Hadfield Royal Air Cadet Squadron; and the Milton District Hospital Foundation. She is the mother of five children and speaks French, Portuguese, Spanish and Italian.
Rev. Ivan Camilleri
Rev. Ivan Camilleri holds a finance degree from Laurentian University in Sudbury and completed his degree with honours age 22, then continued on to complete an MBA at the age of 24. Fr. Camilleri has extensive experience in the financial field. He has worked with BCE and became involved in the company which was undergoing a series of mergers and acquisitions. During his business experience, he was assigned to work on Nortel when it was still owned by BCE At 29 years old, Fr. Camilleri took a one-year leave from his job during his discernment for the priesthood. Fr. Camilleri was ordained in May 2007. Rev. Camilleri is the Chancellor and Vicar General for the Archdiocese of Toronto.
Mr. William DesLauriers, Q.C.
Mr. William DesLauriers is a founding partner of Torys, LLP. His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions and includes acting as senior counsel for the firm’s clients. He graduated and was a silver medalist in 1955 from Osgoode Hall Law School and was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1955. Mr. DesLauriers graduated from the University of Toronto with an LLB (gold medalist) in 1953 and has a BComm from the University of Toronto (1950).
Rev. Darren Dias, O.P.
Rev. Darren Dias was elected as representative of the members of the Faculty of Theology in September 2012. Rev. Dias is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Theology and Director of Pastoral Formation.
Mr. Robert Edgett
Robert B. Edgett is the Executive Director of the Office of Alumni Affairs and Development for USMC. He is also responsible for the Continuing Education Program and Web and Graphic Communications at the University. With 30 years’ experience in not-for profit management, Bob joins the Collegium as the Head of the Continuing Education Division, appointed for a one year term by the President.
Mr. David Hagelaar
David Hagelaar is the Associate Chief Librarian of the John M. Kelly Library and is the Associate Director of Library and Archives of the University of St. Michael's College. David was elected to the Collegium as the representative of the Librarians in January 2012.
Mr. Paul Harris
Paul Harris, CFA is a partner and a portfolio manager for the Equity Portfolio and the Fixed Income Portfolio. Mr. Harris has more than 20 years of investment experience. Prior to co-founding Avenue Investment Management Inc., Mr. Harris worked in New York for Fiduciary Trust International as a senior portfolio manager focusing on global equity portfolios for institutional clients. Before joining Fiduciary Trust International, Mr. Harris was with TD Asset Management, where he was a senior portfolio manager of the Greenline Dividend Fund, the Greenline Small-Cap Fund and the TD Bank pension fund. In addition, Mr. Harris was an equity analyst covering financial services and technology globally. Mr. Harris received a B.A. from the University of Toronto in 1986. He became a Chartered Financial Analyst in 1994. He is a member of the New York Society of Financial Analysts and the CFA Institute.
Mr. Andrew Kiel
Andrew Kiel graduated from St. Michael's College School in 2009, and is now the undergraduate representative of St. Michael's College Student Union (SMCSU) on the Collegium. He is currently enrolled in the St. Michael's College Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP), and is completing his fourth term on SMCSU. He is also a Resident Assistant (Don) at St. Michael's College in the University of Toronto.
Ms. Mary Ann Leon
Mary Ann Leon is a financial executive with over 30 years of experience in the financial services, non-profit and technology sectors both in Canada and the U.S. More specifically, her experience includes public accounting, corporate finance, and financial advisory services relating to financial reporting, strategic planning and investment portfolio supervision. Mary Ann has also been very active in the governance of not-for-profit and for-profit organizations, including membership on the boards of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Toronto, Shepherds’ Trust, Mary Centre, St. Michael’s Halfway Homes, Leon’s Furniture Limited, and Sun Life Financial Trust.
Prof. Reid Locklin
Reid Locklin is a member of the Faculty of Arts & Science for St. Michael's College and teaches in the Christianity and Culture program. He completed a BA in Humanities at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, an MTS from Boston University, and a PhD in Theology from Boston College in 2003. His research focuses on a range of issues in Comparative Theology and Hindu-Christian Studies, particularly the engagement between Christian thought and the Hindu tradition of Advaita Vedanta. Prof. Locklin was elected as the Faculty of Arts & Science representative to the Collegium in September 2014.
Ms. Abigail Lofte
Abigail Lofte is a PhD candidate in Theology studying resurrection and ecotheology. Ms. Lofte was elected as student representative of the Faculty of Theology to the Collegium in September 2014.
Ms. Rosemary MacGilchrist
Rosemary MacGilchrist is a strategic communications consultant, with a degree in journalism and over 25 years of experience in developing and implementing compelling communications that drive superior organizational results. Rosemary’s experience spans both the public and the private sector. As a past Director of Communications at St. Michael’s Hospital, Rosemary worked closely in the early 1990s with the senior leadership team to reposition the organization in the aftermath of a severe financial crisis. She also played a key role in the successful integration of the programs and services of the former Wellesley Hospital into St. Michael’s. Later as Vice-President, Communications at Providence Healthcare, Rosemary developed strategies to rebrand the organization, and to market programs and services for increased awareness and access. Rosemary currently works as Consultant, Special Projects with St. Michael’s Foundation, while operating her own successful communications business. In addition to St. Michael’s Foundation, past and current clients include: the Catholic Health Corporation of Ontario; Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare; Providence Healthcare; Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto; and two Ontario Community Care Access Centres. Rosemary is a member of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) and has written for several publications including Healthcare Quarterly.
Sr. Mary Anne McCarthy, C.S.J
Sr. Mary Anne McCarthy is the Director, Mission and Values at Providence Healthcare in Toronto. She is a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto and was a General Councillor on the Leadership Team from 1994-2002. Her past experience includes teaching at Paul Dwyer High School, Oshawa and Michael Power-St. Joseph’s High School, Toronto and Dean of Women: St. Joseph’s College Residence in Toronto. Sr. Mary Anne is an alumnus of the University of St. Michael’s College. She has a Master of Divinity from the University of St. Michael’s College and has a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto.
Mr. John McGrath
John McGrath is an alumnus of St. Michael’s, B.Comm 63. From 2001 until 2012 Mr. McGrath was Chancellor for Temporal Affairs for the Archdiocese of Toronto. Prior to then, his business career included 35 years with RBC Dominion Securities as Vice President and Director with responsibilities in investment banking and capital markets. Mr. McGrath currently serves on several not-for-profit boards of directors including St. Joseph’s Healthcare, Catholic Charities and the Southdown Institute.
Rev. Donald McLeod, C.S.B.
Rev. Donald McLeod is Director of Retirement, Basilian Fathers. He is a former Associate Professor, St. Joseph’s College, University of Alberta. Rev. McLeod is an Alumnus of St. Michael's and the Toronto School of Theology and holds an Honours B.A., M.Div. and ThD. He is appointed to the Collegium by the Superior General of the Congregation of St. Basil.
Dr. Jim Power
Dr. Jim Power became Upper Canada College's 18th principal in 2004 and was reappointed for a third five-year term in November 2012. Dr. Power has a bachelor’s degree in English from College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts, a master’s degree in the art of teaching from Boston College, and an Ed.D in educational leadership from Boston University. He also attended Columbia University on a Klingenstein Visiting Heads Fellowship. Dr. Power started his career in independent schools in New England and taught at both the elementary and high school levels, at both co-ed and single-sex schools, and at both boarding schools and day schools. For 11 years, he was head of Georgetown Preparatory School, a boys’ school in North Bethesda, Md. Dr. Power serves as a trustee on the International Boys Schools Coalition Board and is chair of the Secondary School Admission Test Board (SSATB). A contributing author to "The Head’s Handbook: A guide for aspiring, new, and experienced Heads of School", he also serves on the faculty of the NAIS Institute for New Heads.
Mr. Miguel Reymundo
Miguel Reymundo holds a B. Sc. Agronomic Engineer from the University of El Salvador and is the Grounds' Coordinator of the University of St. Michael's College. Miguel was elected as staff representative to the Collegium in September 2014.
Mr. Angelo Sangiorgio
Angelo Sangiorgio is Associate Director, Planning and Facilities for Toronto Catholic District School Board and has served as a Business Supervisory Officer for 14 years overseeing such areas as Facility Operations and Maintenance, Planning, Real Estate and Transportation. He has served on several expert panels at the Ministry of Education, Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association and other Provincial Education Associations. He is an active member of Ontario Catholic School Business Officials Association, Ontario Association of School Business Officials, Real Estate Institute of Canada, Real Estate Council of Ontario and the International Real Estate Institute. Mr. Sangiorgio is an alumnus of St. Michael’s College.
Mr. Glen Stadtegger
Glenn Stadtegger is Vice President, International Tax, at TD Bank Group, North America’s 5th largest bank. Prior to joining TD, Glenn was Vice President, Corporate Development, at Sherritt International, a global natural resources company. Glenn holds a B. Comm. from St. Michael’s (1989) and a J.D. from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law (1994). Glenn has also obtained his Chartered Accountant designation (1996).
Rev. Jefferson M. Thompson, C.S.B.
Rev. Jefferson Thompson graduated from St. Michael’s College School (1979) and from the University of St. Michael’s College (1983, English and French). He holds Master’s degrees in English, Theology, Comparative Literature, and Catholic School Leadership. Rev. Thompson's past ministries included high school and university teaching assignments and campus ministry. He was named President of Detroit Catholic Central High School (Novi, Michigan) in 2012. Rev. Thompson was appointed to the Collegium by the Superior General of the Congregation of St. Basil.
Rev. Chris Valka, C.S.B.
Rev. Chris Valka is Pastor of St. Basil's Catholic Parish. He is appointed to the Collegium by the Superior General of the Congregation of St. Basil.