KBRS is pleased to welcome Associate Partners, Jan Campbell (Toronto) and Louise MacDonald (Montreal) as KBRS continues to expand its national academic search practice.
Jan Campbell is a highly regarded leadership, strategy execution and change specialist with over 20 years of experience partnering with leaders, staff teams and boards in organizations nationally and globally to bring about transformative change in education, non-profit, government and corporate sectors. Jan’s core work focuses on supporting leaders to clarify their personal and organizational priorities, expand their ability to lead change and build adaptive organizational cultures. She is skilled at facilitating committees and leaders in making complex strategic and talent decisions.
Jan has held senior leadership roles in academic and health care organizations and has successfully led her own entrepreneurial ventures. She has also served on numerous local, municipal, and provincial committees and boards. She is currently a member of the boards of the University Health Network, the Michener Institute, and Centennial College and and is a Founding Member of the Black Women’s Leadership Network. Jan has a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Master of Business Administration.
Louise MacDonald is fluent in both official languages. With more than 30 years of professional experience as a coach, consultant and trusted advisor to a wide variety of organizations and senior leaders, Louise has a deep understanding of the challenges faced by leaders in complex, multi-stakeholder environments and is a skilled facilitator. Louise brings this significant skill in supporting our bilingual university and college clients in identifying, assessing, selecting, and supporting their new and emerging leaders.
Over her career Louise has worked with a host of Canadian and international organizations including McGill University, Université de Sherbrooke, CBC Radio-Canada, Air Canada, Cirque du Soleil and several major Canadian financial institutions. Louise is a graduate of Université de Montréal, where she earned degrees in Industrial Relations and Adult Education. She is a member of the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines du Québec and holds the CRIA (Conseiller en relations industrielles agréé) designation, as well as the ICD.D. designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors. Louise sits on the boards of the Canadian Internet Registration Authority and the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal.