Welcome Three New Members to CBHA/ACHA Board of Directors

At the Fourth Annual General Meeting, members voted in three new members to the CBHA/ACHA Board of Directors:

Tabitha Fritz is the Director of Cannabis Education at mīhī, a Canadian cannabis retailer located in Ontario. She's the co-founder of several cannabis companies, including The Green Tent, a women-led organization dedicated to achieving gender parity in leadership positions and on corporate boards in the Canadian cannabis industry. She currently sits on the NICHE Canada advisory board, and recently left a position managing the MBA Capstone Course at Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, where she received her MBA in 2014. In addition to her business-building work, she also conducts research, consults, and writes on the topic of women's health and cannabis.

Jeremy Mosher is Director of Equity Sales at National Bank Financial in Toronto since 2019, prior to which he was Vice President Equity Sales since 2017. Before joining National Bank, Jeremy was with: CIBC Asset Management as an Analyst covering Canadian Integrates, Global Oilfield Services, U.S. Large Cap E&P, and Global Refining; Peters & Co. as an Analyst covering the Oil Industry; and CIBC World Markets as an Associate. A graduate of Queen’s University, Jeremy is President of the Queen’s University Alumni Association and chair of the QUAA Board since 2018.

Jason Russell is Associate Professor of History at Empire State College – State University of New York, where he coordinates an MA program in Work and Labour Policy. He is the author of Our Union: UAW/CAW Local 27 from 1950 to 1990 (Athabasca University Press, 2011) and Making Managers in Canada, 1950 – 1990: Companies, Community Colleges, and Universities (Routledge, 2018). Russell has published in journals including Management and Organizational History, Journal of Management History, and Labour/Le Travail. His current research projects include examining aspects of the development of the federal public service in Canada.

You can view the proceedings of the AGM at the CBHA/ACHA YouTube Channel HERE.