WHO WE ARE
Kevin Campbell is Managing Director of Investment Banking at Haywood Securities Inc. in Vancouver, British Columbia, and focuses on advisory and finance in the mining sector.
Dario Meli is a Co-Founder of Quietly and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Dario has established himself as an entrepreneur and a global connector having presented to audiences from Uruguay to London to Singapore. He co-founded Invoke, Foodee, and Hootsuite, the world’s leading social media dashboard and one of Canada’s fasting growing technology companies.
David is an entrepreneur and investor, with a focus on technology start ups. As a cofounder of Invoke Digital, David led operations and product development, expanding the digital agency into LA and NYC, and eventually leading the company as Co-CEO. David is also a cofounder of HootSuite, Foodee, BrightKit, and startup accelerator Invoke Labs.
Sarah Haws is an Investment Banking Analyst at Haywood Securities Inc., providing transactional support to the mining investment banking team. Sarah studied Economics at The University of British Columbia, specializing in Econometrics in order to further explain the causes of economic inequality by way of statistical analysis. Sarah also assists with the administrative duties for the Foundation.
Julie Browne is an Investment Representative at Haywood Securities Inc. Prior to entering the financial industry, Julie studied Political Science and Economics at McGill University, where she examined the role of global governance in addressing the social forces underlying poverty and inequality in emerging economies. Under Julie's umbrella is facilitation of the Eric Ming Community Hero Scholarship, one of the Foundation’s annually recurring partnerships.
James Roberts is a business analyst and director of Useful Arts Consulting & Design Inc., a company focused on project management and business process improvement with extensive public sector and policy research experience. Past projects have addressed occu-pational disease, workplace health and safety, and benefits access for low-income Canadians. Before receiving an MBA and entering business consultancy, James worked in academia, completing his Ph.D. in (business) history at The Johns Hopkins University.