A Commerce and Finance graduate from the University of Toronto, David spent over thirty years with various units of Manulife Financial. Beginning in field operations, he moved to the Canadian Head Office in Waterloo Ontario in the early '90s. In 2001, he moved to Manulife Bank of Canada where he built a sales force of over 200, fuelling the bank’s drive from 54th largest to becoming the 8th largest domestic bank in Canada. David is currently semi-retired and lives in Guelph with his wife, Sharon, who visited Lesotho in 2012.
Paul is the Co-founder of Intrigue Media Canada. He is an entrepreneur and Rotarian who believes that community is vitally important and that getting involved locally can not only help sustain the local community, but international communities as well.
For Paul, becoming involved was a great way for him to not only contribute to a local organization that he believes in, but also an organization that has an international footprint. He has always wanted to help in the fight against HIV / AIDS and saw Bracelet of Hope as the perfect opportunity to do so.
Paul joined the Board of Directors in 2012 and is thrilled to be a part of such a great organization that helps in assisting the people of Lesotho every day. He made his first trip there in 2013.
Kelly Hunter is a primary health care nurse practitioner who has worked in general practice since 2003. Her major focus has been working with vulnerable populations including the homeless and people with mental health and addictions issues. Prior to that she has worked in a variety of settings including nephrology, pediatric and neonatal intensive care.
In 2013 she had the opportunity to travel to Lesotho with the b2b intiative and since has been excited and eager to help the people of Lesotho end their struggles against AIDS.
She presently chairs the foster home program.
Peter A. McSherry is a lawyer with a practice focused on Labour, Employment, and Human Rights law. He is active in the Guelph Community as a Rotarian, on the Board of Torchlight Services, a former long-term Kiwanian.
Peter joined the Board of Bracelet of Hope in 2016, and is very happy to be part of this organization, which makes a difference in the lives of children in Lesotho.