Moreen Miller

Chair of the Board
Ms. Miller's career spans over 30 years in various roles within the mining, aggregates and construction industry. She is currently President of Fowler Construction, a heavy civil construction and aggregate materials company based in Bracebridge, Ontario. Ms. Miller has served on several commissions and boards and is currently a member of the Muskoka Algonquin Health Care Board of Directors, and a director of the Ontario Road Builders Association. She has an academic background in geology and landscape architecture and has worked in Canada and internationally on construction, rehabilitation initiatives, community affairs and sustainable development.

James Paul

President and Chief Executive Officer, and Director
Mr. Paul was appointed to the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of DCC in September 2009. His career has spanned over 30 years and includes senior management roles in large Canadian technology firms. Mr. Paul has worked extensively on managing major infrastructure projects—from the proposal stage through to contract award and delivery—in particular, for critical infrastructure projects in the civilian, government and defence sectors. Prior to his appointment with DCC, he was president of a video networking company, as well as serving as Chair of the Canada Science and Technology Museum Corporation's Board of Trustees. An Ontario lawyer, he earned a law degree from the University of Ottawa after studying in the business program at Carleton University.

Stephen Burbridge

Mr. Burbridge is a professional engineer, with 25 years of operations and engineering experience. He is currently Director of Infrastructure and Operations with the Gander International Airport Authority. Mr. Burbridge is a retired member of the Canadian Armed Forces and holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from the Royal Military College of Canada and a Master of Engineering (Geodesy and Geomatics) from the University of New Brunswick. His work in the municipal, federal and aviation sectors has given him extensive knowledge of asset lifecycle management, project management and development.

Cynthia Ene

Ms. Ene is Director of the Kitikmeot Chamber of Commerce in Nunavut. She holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from McGill University and an MBA from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Ms. Ene's experience includes developing strategic financial plans for the Chamber and the Nunavut Water Board, in her role as Acting Director of Technical Services. A professional engineer, she has managed multi-million-dollar construction projects around the world. Her travels have brought her to many northern communities, working on a variety of municipal, mining and other projects.

Claude Lloyd

Mr. Lloyd is President of SEE Sustainability Ltd with over 25 years teaching experience. He is a part-time professor instructing in the areas of ethics and environmental engineering. Mr. Lloyd has also served on numerous boards and committees, including the Ottawa Community Housing Corporation. He has extensive experience overseeing the management of housing, land and infrastructure assets supporting charities, and non-governmental and public organizations. He holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo and a Mechanical Engineering Technologist Diploma from Humber College.

Angus Watt

A retired Royal Canadian Air Force lieutenant-general, Mr. Watt most recently served as CEO of the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority, responsible for passenger security screening at 89 Canadian airports. A graduate of the Royal Military College Saint-Jean, he holds a Master in Public Administration from Auburn University and an MBA from the University of Ottawa. Mr. Watt has extensive leadership experience and held several command appointments, both domestic and international, including Commander of the Royal Canadian Air Force (Chief of the Air Staff).