Collegium Members of the University of St. Michael's College
Updated October 2012
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.
Mrs. Catherine (Cathie) Brayley
Mrs. Brayley is a partner of the Toronto office of Bennett Jones LLP, a national law firm. Her area of practice is taxation. She was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1985 and the Bar of Newfoundland and Labrador in 2005. She is a St. Michael's graduate (BA 1979) and was the first woman President of the student union, SMCSU in 1978-1979. She is also a former Treasurer and Vice-President of the St. Michael's College Alumni Association. Mrs. Brayley holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Windsor (1983). She was a recipient of the University of Toronto Arbor Award in 1999 in recognition of her voluntary service. Mrs. Brayley is the Vice-Chair of the Collegium of the University of St. Michaels College and a member of the Executive, Finance and Audit and Nominating and Governance Committees.
Mr. Kevin Dancy
Kevin Dancy is the Associate Dean of Students for St. Michael's College. Kevin was elected as Staff Representative to the Collegium in June 2012.
Rev. Darren Dias, O.P.
Rev. Darren Dias, O.P. 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. Victor Dodig
Mr. Dodig is Senior Vice-President, CIBC and Group Head, Wealth Management. Prior to joining CIBC in April 2005, Mr. Dodig was Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of UBS Global Asset Management (Canada). Mr. Dodig holds an MBA from Harvard Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Toronto.
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. Hugh MacKinnon
Hugh MacKinnon is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Bennett Jones. He is Chairman of the Collegium of the University of St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto, a member of the Board of the C.D. Howe Institute, the Board of Governors of the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, the Senate of the Canadian International Council, the Foundation Board for Bethlehem University, the Canada Institute Advisory Board of the Woodrow Wilson Institute, the Advisory Board of the CEO Global Network and the Advisory Council of the Walrus Magazine Foundation. He is also the President of the Toronto Chapter of Legatus and a Knight Commander of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre. His memberships include the Royal Canadian Military Institute, the Ranchmen's Club, the Toronto Club, the American Bar Association and a number of other social, professional and business organizations. He is a member of the Law Societies of Upper Canada, Alberta and England and Wales. He received his B.A. from University of St. Michael's College in 1981 and his J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1984.
Rev. John Malo, C.S.B.
Presently, Rev. Malo is Dean of Students at St. Michael's College School. He is appointed to the Collegium by the Superior General of the Congregation of St. Basil.
Sr. Mary Anne McCarthy, CSJ
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.
Prof. Domenico Pietropaolo
Professor Pietropaolo is Principal, St. Michael's College and Vice President (Academic). An alumnus of St. Michael’s College, Domenico Pietropaolo is a specialist in drama and Italian literature. His main research interests are in Dante studies, dramaturgy, and Italian literary history, and include the relationship between science and the arts. His publications include numerous articles on Italian literature from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment and on various periods of theatre history. He is also the editor of the journal Scripta Mediterranea. His most recent book (with M.A. Parker) is The Baroque Libretto (2011). Among his other publications are Dante Studies in the Age of Vico (1989) and several edited volumes of essays, including The Science of Buffoonery: Theory and History of the Commedia dell’Arte (1989), Goldoni and the Musical Theatre (1995), and The Performance Text (1999). He has co-edited Theatre and the Visual Arts (2001) and Modernism and Modernity in the Mediterranean World (2006). Professor Pietropaolo is a presidential appointment to the Collegium.
Mr. Nick Olkovich
Nick Olkovich is currently pursuing a PhD in philosophical theology at the University of St. Michael's College and an STL (Licentiate in Sacred Theology) at Regis College in Toronto. His research focuses on the philosophy and theology of Canadian Jesuit, Bernard Lonergan. Nick is appointed by the Student Life Committee of the Faculty of Theology to bring the interests and experience of Graduate Students to the Collegium.
Ms. Kathleen O'Neill
Ms. O'Neill was appointed to the Finance Committee on May 13, 2009 and subsequently to the Collegium in 2010. She is currently a Director of public companies, TMX Group Inc., MDS Inc., Finning International Inc., and Canadian Tire Bank. She was formerly Executive Vice-President, Personal & Commercial Development & Head of Small Business Banking at BMO Financial Group and, prior to that, held several senior posts with the Bank. Prior to her career with the bank, she held several positions with Pricewaterhouse/Coopers over the years including Manager, Senior Manager/Consultant and Tax Partner.
Rev. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B.
Rev. Thomas Rosica is CEO of the Salt and Light Media Foundation. During the month of October 2008, he was appointed by the Vatican as the English language media attach for the World Synod of Bishops on "The Word of God in the Life and Mission of the Church". He is appointed to the Collegium by the Superior General of the Congregation of St. Basil.
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. Gino Scapillati
Gino Scapillati is PwC Canada's Managing Partner, Markets. He oversees services to National Top Tier clients, as well as the firm's programs for Industry expertise, relationship management and marketing. A National Managing Partner since 2008, Gino previously led the firm's Greater Toronto Assurance practice (2005 to 2008), and the Canadian Entertainment and Media practice (2001 to 2005). Gino is a frequent presenter in the Directors Education Program of the Canadian Institute of Corporate Directors and is a past member of the Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario as well as a member of the Board of several charitable community organizations. Gino has a Bachelor of Commerce degree (Summa Cum Laude) from McMaster University. He is a Canadian Chartered Accountant and a U.S. Certified Public Accountant. In 2009, he was elected as a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario for his achievements and leadership contributions to the community and the profession.
Mr. Gino Soave
Mr. Gino Soave is a Director in the Risk Advisory Practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP based out of the firm's Toronto office. He has close to 20 years of diversified financial services industry experience as an Industry Consultant, Academic and Registered Representative for a national full-service IIROC-member firm. His professional accreditations include Chartered Financial Analyst, and Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist. He also spent 4 years in East Asia living and working in Hong Kong and Japan and travelling extensively throughout the region. Mr. Soave is an alumnus of St. Michael's College. He joined the Collegium in September 2012 and is also a member of the Finance and Nominating & Governance Committees.
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).
Prof. David Wilson
Professor David A. Wilson teaches Modern Irish History in the Celtic Studies Program, with particular emphasis on the Irish in Canada. A recipient of the University of Toronto's Outstanding Teaching Award, he has written and edited ten books, including a two-volume biography of Thomas D'Arcy McGee. The first volume was co-winner of the James S. Donnelly prize for best book in Irish history and social sciences, and winner of the Raymond Klibansky prize for the best book in the Humanities published by a Canadian University Press. Prof. Wilson is the elected to the Collegium as the representative of the Faculty of Arts & Science.
Mr. Kenny Wong
Kenny Wong is a 3rd year Economics and Statistics student who is currently the president of the St Mike’s Residence Council (SMRC). He has been an active member of St. Michael’s College having been involved in the St Mike’s Intramural rugby and water polo teams, as well as being the former executive assistant on SMCSU. Kenny is appointed by St. Michael's College Student Union to bring the interests and experience of the undergraduate Students to the Collegium.