Our Board of Directors brings valuable knowledge and experience from leading international companies. Their expertise is vital to Trindent’s development and growth. Collectively, our Board of Directors have sat on boards all across the globe in Energy, Healthcare and Financial Services
Bob Baird Executive Advisor
A member of Trindent’s Executive Advisory Board, Bob brings a wealth of experience in strategy, consulting and in all aspects of oil refining. Mr. Baird was appointed Senior Vice President, Downstream at Husky Energy in April 2012. Previously Bob had been Vice President, Downstream and Vice President, Upgrading and Refining for Canada at Husky Energy. He was responsible for overseeing five business units including Canadian Downstream, U.S. Refining, Retail & Canadian Product Marketing, Commodity Supply & Marketing and Downstream Commercial.
Shane Kelly Executive Advisor
A member of Trindent’s Executive Advisory Board, and a highly accomplished business executive, Shane has over 20 years of experience in medical device sales, marketing, and management. He brings in-depth knowledge in the areas of strategic planning, sales and marketing, building and managing performance-driven teams, medical device reimbursement, and business development.
Prior to opening a small business in Scottsdale, Arizona, Shane served as Worldwide GM for a division of Zimmer Biomet and VP of Sales and Marketing for Aspen Medical Products. For over 12 years, Shane’s scope of responsibility expanded with DJO Global, where he ultimately acted as SVP of Sales and later VP, General Manager for the company’s bone growth stimulation business.
Shane’s personal interests include hiking, volunteering, traveling and spending time with his family.
Donald McColl Executive Advisor
A member of Trindent’s Executive Advisory Board, Donald has over forty years of professional experience, most recently completing twenty-two years of professional services leadership in Deloitte's Risk Advisory practice.
As a Partner at Deloitte for eighteen years Donald held several roles including leading the Technology Risk (Cyber and Assurance) practice in Toronto, Canada and national leadership of the Service Auditor Controls market offering. In addition to marketplace activities, Donald's responsibilities included recruitment, talent management and development, and financial operations management.
Donald spent thirteen years at Scotiabank in Toronto, Canada where he led the Information Security (Cyber) function for six years as well as time spent heading up a large application systems development group. Donald's career as a Chartered Accountant started in Glasgow, Scotland with financial statement audit experience before focusing on information technology audits.
Donald offers a wealth of experience in profitably growing and managing a successful professional services organization with a keen interest in talent development and technology innovation.
Donald’s personal interests include soccer, music, and spending time with family.
Stephan Rajotte Executive Advisor
Stephan Rajotte is a member of Trindent’s Executive Advisory Board, and previously led Trindent’s global Financial Services Practice. Before joining Trindent, Stephan held the position of Executive Vice President, International Business Division at Samsung Life, based in Seoul, Korea where he oversaw business units in China and Thailand. Prior to this position, Stephan was President of Sun Life Financial Asia, based in Hong Kong, with responsibilities for operations in five countries. Stephan has also held Regional CEO, Country CEO and Chief Operating Officer positions for MetLife, AIA and ING.
Stephan has deep functional expertise in every aspect of insurance business strategy, with a particular expertise in operational efficiency, business transformation and sales and marketing optimization. Stephan is also a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries.
Stephan’s personal interests include sharing and appreciating many aspects of Asian cultures.
Bruce Stroever Executive Advisor
A member of Trindent’s Executive Advisory Board, Bruce has over forty-seven years in product development and general management experience in the medical device and orthobiologics fields.
Bruce was most recently President/CEO of the Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation and retired from that position in June of 2018. Bruce joined MTF in late 1988 as General Manager. In 1992 he was named President and then in 1996 President/CEO of the organization. Under Bruce’s leadership, MTF grew to be the largest tissue bank in the world with over 1100 employees and revenues in excess of $400 million per year. Prior to joining MTF, Bruce held several positions with Ethicon, Inc. a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary. He has served on several boards of directors and is currently a Member of the Board of Directors of Bone Biologics, Inc., a Massachusetts biotechnology firm. He is on the Board of Advisors for the Engineering School at Stevens Institute of Technology, and recently retired from the advisory board for the New Jersey Organ and Tissue Sharing Network. He has served several terms as a member of the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) Board of Governors and received their Distinguished Service Award in 2018.
Oscar Zimmerman Executive Advisor
A member of Trindent’s Executive Advisory Board, Oscar brings a wealth of experience in assurance, product innovation, non-traditional insurance distribution, and structured reinsurance. Through a number of senior executive roles, Oscar has focused on corporate oversight, insurance risk management, and custom reinsurance business development.
Oscar previously acted as the CEO of the insurance arm of one of Canada’s premier banks. One of his achievements was the expansion of the bank’s insurance business through a combination of building up insurance brokerage, affinity distribution/reinsurance programs, as well as standalone Life and P&C risk taking through direct insurance and reinsurance subsidiaries.
Throughout his career, Oscar has had senior roles in corporate actuarial, asset liability management, individual product pricing (both PAR and non-PAR) in North America, as well as U.S. Pensions, Canada Pensions and U.S. Variable Insurance. Oscar is a retired former Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, the Canadian Institute of Actuaries, and the American Academy of Actuaries.