People on the move: Amy Willis named president of Hong Kong Canada Business Association

Hong Kong

Amy Willis was named president of the Hong Kong Canada Business Association. Willis is a director with Pinnacle Global and has more than 10 years’ experience in strategic planning, operations, finance and partnership development in China, Hong Kong, Canada and the United States.

Leonovus has appointed Christopher Benk as vice-president of finance and chief financial officer. Mr. Benk is a chartered professional accountant, chartered accountant and chartered business valuator with more than 17 years of corporate financial experience.

Scott MacFabe will join BluMetric Environmental as chief executive officer. Mr. MacFabe has a background in environmental consulting in both Canada and the United States, and has been responsible for acquisition integration, leading sizeable operations that served large clients and providing solutions to complicated environmental challenges.

Roberto Campos has been named a partner at Rubin & Rotman Architects. Campos currently heads the firm’s Ottawa office and is a lead architect on the Zibi Development on the Ottawa River.

Hats off

Tomlinson earned the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association President’s Award for accumulating and surpassing 750,000 employee hours without incurring a compensable injury. This is Tomlinson’s seventh President’s Award from IHSA. 

The University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management was named winner of the 2018 CFA Society Toronto Ethics Challenge. The Telfer team was led by faculty adviser Pouya Safi and included members James Beaudoin, Aamena Chatoo, Christian Cotroneo, Natalie Dokmajian and Nicholas Pelchat, who demonstrated their ability to negotiate ethical dilemmas in real-life investment scenarios.