CABC Announces Additions to its Board of Directors


Washington, D.C. October 17, 2022 – Today the Canadian American Business Council announced additions to its distinguished Board of Directors. CABC Board of Directors members help guide bilateral relations and set goals for the CABC. The new members of the Board of Directors are:

Megan Boyle, Director of Public Affairs, Red Bull

Kate Chisholm, Senior Vice President, Chief Legal and Sustainability Officer, Capital Power

Tom Gannon, Chief Government Relations Officer, H&R Block

Craig Kelly, Senior Director, International Government Relations, ExxonMobil

Catherine Loubier, Executive/Advisor

Earlier this year, the CABC was also pleased to welcome the following members to its Board of Directors:

Kathryn R. Burton, Partner, Sparks Street Capital

Paul Dyck, Vice President, Global Public Policy and Government Affairs, Walmart

Tamon George, Co-Founder and CEO, Creative Theory

Steven Hogue, Director, Global Public Policy and Public Affairs Canada, Pfizer

Greta Schuerch, Senior Government and External Affairs Advisor, Teck Alaska, Red Dog Mine

“This is a crucial time for Canada-US relations which is why I’m pleased that our new board members come from such diverse sectors and can lend their expertise to ensure both countries remain strong economic and political partners,” said Maryscott Greenwood, CEO of the CABC. “We continue to see our historically close relationship tested and the new directors will help guide our strategy to assure continued cooperation between Canada and the US.”

“With key leaders from sectors as diverse as energy, finance, healthcare, and government we are confident that the new directors will represent and guide CABC’s strategy to the most important issues in current bilateral affairs,” said Jennifer M. Sloan, Vice President of Public Policy at Mastercard and CABC Chair. “The expertise of the new board members will amplify the dialogue of Canada-US relations so we can face the growing global challenges as partners.”

About the CABC: Established in 1987, the Council is the leading non-profit, non-partisan, issues-oriented organization dedicated to fostering dialogue between the public and private sectors in Canada the US. Members are key business leaders and stakeholders from both sides of the border ranging from entrepreneurs to best name brands in the world. Collectively, CABC members employ about two million people and have annual revenues of close to $1.5 trillion. For more information, visit