James joined the EHS Board in 2012 as President and his impact on the Society was immediate. Under his stewardship, James was responsible for the digital transformation of the Society, this included the launch of our new website, implementation of an easy and user-friendly online portal that enhanced our membership outreach, established our online and social media presence on facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn, as well as launching our very successful and well-received virtual events. James was President for 5 years and then stepped down to become a regular member of the Board for 4.5 years as our Marketing/Communications/Social Media guru.
We are sorry to say goodbye to James but thank him for his dedication to the Society and the incredible amount of work he achieved during his tenure on the Board. While no longer living in Etobicoke, James is not forgotten. He has moved back closer to his original home on the East Coast and has already become involved in new projects and is very active with the local heritage society.