Governance Structure and Board of Directors at SCAN

Governance Structure and Board of Directors at SCAN

At the Sustainable Community Aid Network (SCAN), our commitment to transparency, accountability, and effective decision-making is embodied in our robust governance structure. As a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering sustainable community development, we understand the vital role governance plays in ensuring that our mission and values are upheld.
Our governance structure is designed to bring together dedicated individuals who are passionate about our cause and who possess a diverse range of skills and expertise. Here’s a brief overview of our governance framework:
Board of Directors: Our Board of Directors serves as the guiding force behind SCAN’s strategic direction. Comprising experienced professionals, community advocates, and experts in various fields, the Board ensures that SCAN operates in alignment with its mission and adheres to ethical and legal standards.
Advisory Council: Our Advisory Council is a vital component of our governance structure, providing valuable insights, advice, and expertise from individuals who are deeply committed to sustainable community development. These advisors bring diverse perspectives that enrich our decision-making processes.
Executive Leadership: At the heart of SCAN’s day-to-day operations is our Executive Leadership Team. Led by the Executive Director, this team manages the organization’s daily activities, oversees program implementation, and ensures that the strategies set by the Board are executed effectively.
Program Committees: SCAN’s work is divided into specialized Program Committees, each focusing on a distinct aspect of sustainable community development. These committees, consisting of passionate volunteers and experts, drive the planning and execution of our initiatives, ensuring they remain aligned with our mission.
Support Teams: In addition to our program-oriented committees, SCAN benefits from dedicated support teams. These teams handle crucial functions such as finance and audit, legal compliance, human resources, communications, and data management, ensuring the smooth operation of the organization.
Annual General Meeting (AGM): Our AGM is an essential event where SCAN members and stakeholders come together to review the organization’s progress, financial reports, and strategic plans. It’s a platform for members to voice their opinions, vote on key decisions, and elect new board members.
At SCAN, we take our governance responsibilities seriously. We are committed to upholding the highest standards of integrity, accountability, and inclusivity in all that we do. Our governance structure empowers us to fulfill our mission of sustainable community development, making a lasting impact on the lives of those we serve. Together, we work tirelessly to create more resilient, equitable, and thriving communities for all.

Board of Directors at SCAN

Obie Agusiegbe

MSc., EP, President

Obie is the founder of SCAN and is a certified environmental professional under ECO Canada with over 18 years of experience in many sectors within the environmental management and sustainability stream. She is the CEO of EnvironFocus, a sustainability services firm that aims to improve the performance of sustainable development initiatives for communities in need in Canada and across the globe.

Adesuwa Ndulue

BSc Nursing, Treasurer

Adesuwa is a dedicated Registered Nurse, bringing her passion for healthcare to the forefront of her career at Saint Elizabeth Healthcare. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Nipissing University, where she honed her skills and knowledge in the field of nursing. Adesuwa’s commitment to patient care is evident in her daily work, where she combines her academic foundation with practical experience to provide the highest level of care and support to her patients. Her empathy, professionalism, and attention to detail make her an invaluable asset to the healthcare team at Saint Elizabeth. With her strong educational background and unwavering dedication to the well-being of others, Adesuwa continues to make a positive impact in the world of nursing, ensuring that every patient she encounters receives the best possible care.

Lloyd Brunton

Business Development Specialist.

Lloyd is the Managing Director of Energy Systems Canada. He is a small business energy solutions specialist with a passion to help individuals reduce their carbon footprint.

Juliet Kego Ume

Onyido, Secretary

Juliet is a Poetess and co-founder of Whole Woman Network, a Leadership, Empowerment and Advocacy social enterprise for African women and youths. She is trained as an Electrical Engineer and as a leadership consultant, with certifications in multiple modalities –Strategic Intervention, NLP, EQ, Behavioral re-patterning, Conscious advocacy and Change Management. Her consulting services cut across Government agencies, Corporations, Individuals and NGOs.

Ikenna Agusiegbe

Youth Co-ordinator

Ikenna is a dedicated Chemical Engineering student at Toronto Metropolitan University. With a focus on results, He is passionate about meeting targets and surpassing expectations. Thriving in performance-driven environments, he finds fulfillment in the sense of accomplishment that accompanies the achievement of goals. My approach is characterized by a positive attitude, a robust work ethic, and an unwavering commitment to excellence. These qualities enable me to consistently deliver outstanding results, while also contributing to the development of a positive and collaborative team culture. He is eager to leverage my skills and commitment to excellence to contribute to individual and team success.

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