Foundation Board of Directors



Leo Salom, B.A., MBA


Leo Salom is the Executive Vice President of TD Wealth. He is responsible for leading the growth of wealth management, private investment advice, financial planning and TD’s private client group.

Leo has extensive experience in wealth management and banking, gained over 20 years throughout the U.S., South America and Europe. Prior to his role at TD Bank Leo served as Chief Executive Officer at Barclays Bank.

A graduate of the University of Miami, Leo has a Bachelor of Arts degree in finance political studies and received his MBA from Harvard University in 1992.
Leo is married and has three daughters. He enjoys playing golf and tennis and is a big fan of baseball and football.
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Michael K. Worb, B. Comm., CLU, ChFC, CFP

Michael Worb is the Founder and CEO of Accompass, a Canadian human resource consulting company that helps clients maximize the value of their human capital. Accompass clients rely on Michael and his team for benefits, pension and compensation consulting counsel that is second to none.

Michael is largely responsible for the successful growth of the company and has daily responsibilities for business strategy and new business development. He is also closely involved in the client management for a range of corporate accounts.   He is a passionate industry leader and energetic speaker who is always ready to share his knowledge and contact base with his customers and colleagues.
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Anil K. Kapoor, LL.B

Anil Kapoor graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1986 and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. He practices criminal law, appeal and trials, and regulatory law primarily in the area of professional discipline as well as national security law. He has been an adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School having taught The Law of Evidence and Trial Advocacy.  He is presently on faculty teaching Terrorism and Civil Liberties at the Osgoode Hall LLM program. He is a regular lecturer at Continuing Legal Education Seminars sponsored by the National Judicial Institute, Law Society of Upper Canada, Federal Department of Justice, Ontario Court of Justice education programs, Ontario Crown Attorneys’ Association, Criminal Lawyer’s Association and the Advocates Society. He has appeared numerous times before the Supreme Court of Canada, provincial courts of appeal in Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. He authored Kapoor’s Criminal Appeal Review, a LexisNexis online publication from 1999 to 2005 as well as numerous other publications in various legal and academic journals. In 2006 he was appointed Commission Counsel to the Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182 (the Air India Public Inquiry). In 2008 the federal government appointed Mr. Kapoor to a roster of Special Advocates who are security cleared to conduct National Security litigation pursuant to the security certificate provisions of the Immigration Refugee Protection Act and in a variety of other contexts.
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Beth Wilson

Beth is former Managing Partner for KPMG, Toronto. With 25 years of audit experience and 11 years in senior leadership roles, she has worked with many public and private companies and regulated entities, primarily focused in the technology sector. She is a senior relationship partner for a number of clients, meeting with management teams and audit committee chairs to discuss business issues and trends, and to review our teams’ performance.

Beth is passionate about community building and inspiring people to be a force of change. She has been the Chair of the Education and Qualifications Committee of CPA Canada, a Campaign Cabinet Member of United Way of Greater Toronto, Chair of the Toronto Region Board of Trade, and Vice-Chair of the National Ballet of Canada. Her business and community leadership has been recognized by a series of awards, including being selected as a Top 25 Canadian Women of Influence, receiving the YWCA Women of Distinction award and twice being named among Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women.

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Anne Babcock

Anne Babcock, President and CEO, WoodGreen Community Services
Anne has a depth of knowledge and breadth of experience across all of WoodGreen's program areas: seniors services, housing and community supports, family and neighbourhood services, employment and immigrant services. Anne has helped build WoodGreen from a single location with 40 staff members to a $47 million organization with 34 locations, 650 staff and 1,000 volunteers serving 37,000 people each year.

Her involvement in the development of innovative, client-centric programs such as Homeward Bound, First Step to Home, Rites of Passage and the Bruce/WoodGreen Early Learning Centre has been instrumental in successfully positioning WoodGreen as a leader in social innovation.

Anne has developed strong relationships with many community service partners and stakeholders through her significant work on several far-reaching initiatives. She led WoodGreen’s role in the Don Valley/Greenwood Health Link, the replication of Homeward Bound in other communities across Ontario, WoodGreen’s successful integration with Community Care East York and worked closely with the City of Toronto to lead the re-housing process for those who were evicted from Tent City in 2002.

She also serves as a volunteer board member with Toronto Neighbourhood Centres, International Federation of Settlement and Neighbourhood Services and previously with Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association and Riverdale Community Development Corporation and Access Loan Fund. Anne was also the long-time Chair of United Way of Greater Toronto's Citizens Review Panel for Children and Youth.
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