Meet Our Board

The Standards Program is a Canada-wide set of shared standards for charities and nonprofits designed to strengthen practices in five fundamental areas: board governance; financial accountability and transparency; fundraising; staff management; and volunteer involvement. The goals of Imagine Canada’s Standards Program are to increase the transparency of charities and nonprofits, and to strengthen public confidence in individual organizations and the sector as a whole.

Jeremy Busch-Howell (Vice-Chair) 
Jeremy is a lawyer practicing as the Legal Director, Corporate and Commercial, New Ventures with NorthRiver Midstream. Prior to joining NorthRiver Midstream, Jeremy was a lawyer with a national law firm practicing in the areas of corporate finance and M&A. Jeremy shares his experience in navigating and guiding complex corporate transactions with us, focusing primarily on pragmatic and effective board governance.

Nyla Fuller (Chair)
Nyla is a Chartered Professional Accountant and organizational management expert.  Having worked with non-profit organizations for more than ten years, Nyla carries a sound understanding of their unique challenges and needs.  Currently, Nyla serves as the Arts Faculty Financial Officer at Mount Royal University.  Her prior roles include consulting and directing social service, First Nations, and public administration organizations. 

Jordan Kiss (Secretary)
Jordan is a Chartered Accountant and an outgoing leader. He has extensive accountant training and experience and is meticulous and detail oriented. Jordan offers support and insight in strengthening organizational culture. He has been volunteering with us as a public member of the Finance and Audit committee since 2016 and previously worked with our members through Centre Point.

Zainool “Zai” Mamdani
A professional with a depth of corporate and non-profit experience, Zainool “Zai” Mamdani leverages her experience to provide strategic leadership and operational guidance. Zai has a demonstrated track record of identifying and capitalizing on new opportunities. She is particularly interested in organizations and issues that raise the visibility of, and access to, education.

Sally Mansour
Sally has been in the not-for-profit sector for over 15 years. Her specializations in working as a Director or consultant include business development, governance, revenue generation, government relations, marketing and communications, and fundraising. Sally joined the board having served prior as an experienced volunteer board director and as an advisor to many of Calgary's charitable organizations. With volunteerism and community building close to her heart, she enjoys the opportunity to work with the team and Board to reach the organization's immediate and long-term goals. 

Priscilla Ng
As Manager of Initiatives and Implementation, Priscilla practices innovation and intrapreneurship by leaning on diverse perspectives and challenge assumptions to explore big ideas. She is a proven collaborator who builds trust by being sincere and valuing team success over individual success. She has served with us as a public committee member of our Governance & Nominating Committee. 

Nick Pyra (Past Chair)
Nick sees the board as a way to give back to not just our organization, but all of the non-profit organizations in Calgary as well. He brings years of finance experience to the our board and is a Manager, Finance at Gracorp Capital Advisors Ltd. (Graham Group Ltd). Nick is a big picture thinker that has experience building financial statements and developing analytical information.

Matt Stellick (Treasurer)
For more than four years Matt has given back to the community through his involvement with us as a public committee member of the Finance & Audit Committee. He is currently an Investment Banking Associate at RBC, and has had previous roles in Corporate Planning at a major general contractor and articled at a big four accounting firm. As a Chartered Accountant, Matt has more than eight years of relevant work experience in financial assurance, corporate planning, and capital markets which have provided him with exposure to various facets of business, as well as, elements of governance and board level thinking, as it relates to both strategy and stewardship.