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Our Team

CNIB is made up of a diverse team of passionate and enthusiastic people from across Canada.

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Executive Leadership Team

CNIB's team of senior leaders across the country are passionate about changing what it is to be blind today. Learn more about our executive leadership team.
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CNIB Operations Management Team

CNIB's Operations Management Team is passionate about changing what it is to be blind today. Meet the leaders driving CNIB's work.
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National Board of Directors

CNIB is governed by a National Board of Directors. Learn more about our National Board.
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Ontario Advisory Boards

Our regional advisory boards help us deliver innovative programs and powerful advocacy in the communities we serve. Meet the advisory boards driving the CNIB Foundation's work.
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CNIB National Youth Council

The CNIB National Youth Council provides council members with the opportunity to influence change and increase awareness of issues facing young Canadians living with sight loss. The council also ensures CNIB initiatives, programs, and policies reflect and respond to the needs of young people with sight loss. Meet the young leaders who are driven to change what it is to be blind today!
Robert Fenton

Robert Fenton, Chair, Board of Directors

Robert Fenton is an esteemed member of Canada’s legal community, currently holding the role of Director of Legal Services for the Calgary Police Service. His three-decade legal career is marked with many highlights, including acting as legal counsel for Team Canada during the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.