Merril Mascarenhas, CMC, ICD-NFP
Managing Partner, Arcus Consulting Group
Strategy and Change Management
A Certified Management Consultant, Merril Mascarenhas is a Managing Partner at Arcus Consulting Group. He is also a Certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner. Merril has directed a number of projects aimed at helping organizations develop growth strategies, reorganize for improved effectiveness and operations capabilities and engage their employees.
Merril’s experience in strategic consulting gives him a unique perspective on business challenges faced by senior executives. Merril is a trained facilitator and frequent speaker on business strategy, growth and organizational practices at industry events. He is regularly called upon by BNN, the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star and other leading news organizations as a commentator on change management and business strategy issues. He has presented to the MBA class at the Kellogg Schulich School of Business on topics such as sustainability and change management and has been an Instructor for the Harvard ManageMentor executive training program. He has completed several leadership and management programs, including the Governance Leaders Program at the Schulich Business School.
Merril has been an active participant in many leading organizations and has served on the Ontario Business Advisory Council, an organization that advises the Premier and Government of Ontario, the Sustainability and Energy Task Force of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and boards and councils of the Toronto Board of Trade, Market Research and Intelligence Association, Canadian Marketing Association and several other organizations.
Merril has over 20 years of governance experience and has served on boards of organizations such as Toronto East General Hospital, High park Initiatives, Boardmatch.org, Osteoporosis Canada, Kiwanis Boys and Girls Clubs and Epilepsy Canada. Merril currently also serves on the Board of Quinte Health Care. QHC provides health care services through four hospitals – Belleville General Hospital, North Hastings Hospital, Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital and Trenton Memorial Hospital.
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