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Board of Directors

Andre Morriseau


Andre Morriseau

Communications Manager, Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA)



Andre (Ojibway) is an enthusiastic advocate and ambassador for Indigenous arts, culture and public affairs. A member of the Fort William First Nation (Thunder Bay) where he maintains a home, Andre is based in Toronto. Over the past 15 years Andre has served on numerous boards of directors including the Ontario Arts Council (OAC), ImagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival, Native American Journalist’s Association (NAJA), Aboriginal Voices Radio Network (AVR) and the Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre. In 2003, Andre was chosen as one of the first three recipients of Toronto’s Aboriginal Affairs Award.


Andre has gained a reputation for promoting and supporting Indigenous arts and public affairs. As former host of Nation to Nation on Aboriginal Voices Radio, CKAV 106.5 FM, and UrbaNative at CIUT University of Toronto, he shared countless stories of Indigenous peoples and their experiences. As well he has volunteered his time for many years with Canada’s Premier Indigenous Newswire where many of his interviews with the who’s who of the Indigenous world can be listened to on the New Media section of the newswire.


For five exciting years Andre worked as the Secretariat for the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation (NAAF) now Indspire. For the past three years he worked as the Communications Officer for the Chiefs of Ontario (COO). He is the current Chair of the James Bartleman Aboriginal Youth Creative Writing Awards Jury.





Stephen Scott, MBA, Vice Chair

Director, Investments at Canada Infrastructure Bank.


As Director, Investments at the Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB), Stephen leads financing deals within Indigenous infrastructure.  Since joining the CIB in 2021, he has been proud and honoured to have closed a number of financings for meaningful Indigenous community infrastructure projects that benefit a number First Nations and Métis communities across Canada.  Prior to joining the CIB, Stephen came from a background in commercial mid-market lending, wherein he was recognized with national performance awards at RBC and TD.


As a proud member of the Métis Nation of Ontario, Stephen’s lineage traces back to Duck Lake, Saskatchewan and beyond to the Red River Settlement.


Stephen lives in Toronto.  He also serves on the Board of Directors of Métis Voyaguer Development Fund.  He holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business.





Lyndsay G. Brisard, MREI, BCom, CPM®, Secretary – Treasurer

Analyst, Investments, Canada Infrastructure Bank



Lyndsay is Anishinaabe from the Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory and has spent his career working in the First Nation and social housing industry as well as First Nation community economic development. A graduate of the Master of Real Estate and Infrastructure program at the Schulich School of Business along with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from York University, he hopes to ultimately build a long-term career in social impact investing for First Nations, Inuit, and Metis communities.

Lyndsay has strong governance experience through serving on the Board of the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto with prior experience serving on the Boards of the Waubetek Business Development Commission and Wikwemikong Development Commission.



Diane Gray, Chair

President, Ozhige Insulpanel Limited


Diane is an established professional with over 25 years of experience in the not-for-profit and various business sectors, ranging from real estate sales, property management, landscape and ground maintenance, clothing design, including a school of martial arts. To advance Indigenous socioeconomic reconciliation, Ozhige Insulpanel provides efficient and environmental solutions by converting agricultural waste into a green, high-quality, sustainable building material. Previous to Ozhige, Diane co-founded a virtual reality marketing company, worked at the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business leveraging her diverse set of skills and talent for building strong client-focused relations, and also at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in the Indigenous Leadership and Management program area.


Diane is a Mohawk/Anishnawbe kwe from the Mississauga territory. She holds a B.A. Honours from Trent University majoring in Indigenous Studies including a diploma in Indigenous Management and Economic Development. She currently serves on various boards and advisory committees and is dedicated to driving social innovation and transformation in various fields including adult professional development, health and enterprise development.



Elisa Levi, MD RD MPH

Resident Physician



Dr. Elisa Levi recently graduated from the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine (class of 2021) and is currently doing her residency in family medicine at Grey Bruce Health Services – Owen Sound Hospital. As a consultant she has advised several non profit organizations on food & health strategies working with Indigenous peoples. She is a member of the board for Edkaagmik Nbiizh Neyaashiinigamiingninwag Edbendaagzijig Trust in her community, and sits on the boards of the Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund and the Anishnawbe Health Foundation. She has a Master of Public Health from Lakehead University and Bachelor of Science with a focus on Nutrition from Ryerson University. She is a proud Anishinaabe, mother of two and member of the Chippewas of Nawash in Ontario.


Judith Moses

President & CEO OF Judith Moses Consulting


Judith is a member of the Delaware Nation of the Six Nations.  Judith has had a successful career at federal and provincial levels, serving in Ottawa in numerous line departments and central agencies up to the rank of Senior Assistant Deputy Minister. Judith’s field of experience has covered employment and labour market training and development, machinery of government, agriculture and rural affairs, merit-based human resource development and training delivery, international development, export financing, federal-provincial relations, Indigenous affairs, among others.  She led the central agency review in the OPS that led to the creation of the Ministry of Government Services.


Judith was a partner in McLaughlin-Moses Strategic Advisory Services, a government relations firm, has run her own consulting practice and ran as a federal candidate in the ’08 election and for the provincial candidacy St. Paul’s in ’09.


Judith has served in various local community service capacities, as Chair of HIPPY Canada, Board Member, World Relief and Development Fund, Member, Primate’s Commission on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights Of Indigenous People and on the Board of Governors of Carleton University.


She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Guelph and studied at the Oxford Centre for Management Development.