As a non-profit, charitable organization we are honoured to have a volunteer board of directors that represent the very best of Saskatchewan’s business and volunteer community. The giving of their time and expertise to help guide the Foundation is greatly appreciated.
Dr. Stewart McMillan – Chair
Dr. Stewart McMillan is a full-time family physician in Regina who has been practicing for 45 years. Dr. McMillan has served as President of the Saskatchewan Medical Association (SMA), College of Physicians and Surgeons, and the Medical Council of Canada. He’s been honoured with a Saskatchewan Health Care Award of Excellence (2005), and being named Saskatchewan Family Physician of the Year by the Canadian College of Family Physicians (2011).
John Scarfe – Vice Chair
John Scarfe is the President and CEO of Points Athabasca Contracting LP, an aboriginal-owned civil earthworks and industrial contracting company. Prior to his 11 years at Points Athabasca, John spent 20 years in the mining industry with Cameco, the world’s largest provider of uranium. His volunteer work includes the Wanuskewin Thundering Ahead Campaign, a $40 million renewal plan for the heritage park.
Randy Sandbeck – Secretary/Treasurer
Randy Sandbeck is a partner at the Regina Law firm of Olive Waller Zinkhan & Waller LLP. He sits on the board of the New Home Warranty Program of Saskatchewan Inc. and served 12 years on the Board of the Regina & Region Home Builders Association (RRHBA) Inc. He was named outstanding volunteer by the Saskatchewan Continuing Legal Education Society Inc. (2002), and an award of merit recipient from the RRHBA (2011).
Leon Friesen is the founder of Westridge Construction Ltd, a Saskatchewan general contracting firm. He is also president of Westridge Homes Ltd. and Westridge Developments Ltd. Prior to joining the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan board. Leon has given of his time to many other organizations including: the Saskatchewan Construction Association Board of Directors (President, 2002), Regina Construction Association Board, (President, 1995) and many others including the Gold Medal Plates fundraising committee.
Corey Miller is the Vice President of Provincial Programs for the Saskatchewan Health Authority. Prior to that, he was the VP of Care Services for the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency. Corey is very active in his community, sitting on several boards including the Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce Health Opportunities Committee, and being a founding member of the Synergy 8 Community Builders Group.
Don Ravis has worked in adult education, real estate development and public life. In the past 20 years, he’s been a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, Saskatoon Community Foundation, Waskesiu Community Council, Leadership Saskatoon and the Saskatoon Auditorium & Convention Centre. He’s served on the Saskatoon Regional Health Authority Board and is currently a board member with the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency.
Jim Scarrow served as Mayor of Prince Albert from 2006 -2012. Prior to entering public life, he was a broadcaster and VP of Rawlco Radio Ltd. Jim is a proud Saskatchewanian and community builder. He was an Honorary Witness of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, past producer for Saskatchewan Kinsmen Telemiracle, and past National President of Kinsmen Clubs. For his community service Jim was awarded the Saskatchewan Order of Merit and the Queen’s Silver, Gold, and Diamond Jubilee Commemorative Medals.
Deb Bulych – (Interim Pres. & CEO – Saskatchewan Cancer Agency)
Deb Bulych is the interim President and CEO of the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency. Deb has been with the Cancer Agency for 30 years and is passionate about person-centred care and the cancer care system. Deb has held various roles over three decades, including clinical oncology social worker, Director of Social Work, Director of Supportive Care, Director of Nursing, and Vice-President of Care Services. Deb has a Masters of Health Studies and Bachelor Degrees in Administration, Social Work and Arts (Sociology). She currently serves as Chair of the Canadian Models of Care Advisory Committee, which is responsible for improving efficiency and equity within cancer care.
Jacqueline Woods is a PhD candidate in the Johnson-Shoyama School of Public Policy at the University of Saskatchewan, and an Advanced Candidate of the Doctor of Musical Arts program of the State University of New York. She also owns a consulting company focused on branding and communications. As a passionate volunteer she has been a part of Reconciliation Saskatoon’s ConnectR Project, an online platform that strives to help people take their first steps toward Reconciliation.
Keri Ziegler is an accredited CPA/CA who owns her own consulting firm focused on accounting and business advising. Prior to that she was a Partner, Assurance Services with MNP LLP. Her volunteer work includes being the Finance Committee Chair for the 2013 Grey Cup and a board member of the Regina & District Chamber of Commerce (2008-2013).