Ottawa, CANADA – CCC is pleased to welcome Mark Dienesch as the newest member of its Board of Directors. The appointment was announced today by the Minister responsible for CCC, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development.
Mr. Dienesch is a seasoned, C-Suite leader, with expertise in commercial business development, digital transformation, organizational design and strategy development across a broad range of business sectors. He brings over 24 years of business and strategy development experience to CCC’s Board, including leadership positions with supply chain solutions providers, GE Capital, News Corporation and iMD Health Global an ehealth software development company. He is currently the President of National Logistics Services (NLS).
The appointment of Mark Dienesch to CCC’s Board of Directors is the result of an open, transparent and merit-based selection process developed to attract high-quality candidates while reflecting gender parity and Canada’s diversity. As a Board member, he will serve a term of up to four years to provide oversight and direction to CCC, and oversee its strategic development to serve Canadian businesses better.
- CCC is governed by a Board of Directors whose representatives come primarily from the private sector.
- Board members are appointed by the Government of Canada, and report to Parliament through the Minister of international trade.
- CCC adheres to all guidelines and regulations concerning the management and governance of Crown corporations set by the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat. Each year, CCC submits an Annual Report to demonstrate its performance against a Corporate Plan as well as to report on its operating budget.
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